Fenland Clarion Cycling Club held their annual prize presentation night at the Farmers Arms in Yaxley with the added attraction of having Josh Ibbett as their guest of honour.
Ibbett won this year’s 2,500-mile Trans-Continental Race and entertained members with tales of an amazing trek across Europe.
Chris Faull picked up the main award of club person of the year, while youngster Mia Purnell had the pleasure of pipping her dad Gareth to win the coveted Bluebell Summer Series.
Malc Jacklin won his first club championship series with victories in the Cullip Cup, the place-to-place and consistent placings throughout the series.
Top lady rider was again Lindsay Clarke, who took the Berridge 10 mile trophy and the Conders BAR award.
Dave Langlands won the Clarke Merit Cup for his outstanding performances locally, especially in the Northants Series where he led the team to victory.
Langlands also won the club 2-up with Paul Lunn who also won the club’s 25-mile championship.
Promising youth rider Jerry Norman won the youth BAR and the Holmes Merit award for youth riders.
The attendance trophies were won by Birgit Scott and Ian Todd.
Julian Tatam picked up his first award, although it was the dubious honour of the Hammer Trophy for suffering the most during a club event.