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Lilley third at Rockingham

Alison Lilley continued her fine road race campaign with a strong showing in the LVRC event around the Rockingham Speedway circuit.

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Joseph Carey was in great form for Phantoms.

The young Phantoms riders are full of Eastern promise

Peterborough Phantoms BMX Club riders achieved some great results in the fourth round of the East Regional Summer Series in Milton Keynes on Sunday.

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Peterborough Cycling Club riders (from the left) Kevin Hobbs, Paul Pardoe and Martin Atkinson.

Pardoe is runner-up

In-form Peterborough Cycling Club racer Paul Pardoe made the podium again when placing second in the East District 25m Time-Trial Championships on the B25/6 course at Wisbech at the weekend.

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Joseph Carey (centre) after his win in Glasgow.

Glasgow glory for young Carey

Two Peterborough Phantoms riders achieved impressive results in the latest round of the HSBC British National Series in Glasgow.

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Paul Lunn in action.

Clarion ace Pitchford is having a great year

The season is going great guns for Fenland Clarion rider Simon Pitchford, who leads the Summer Bluebell Series as well as the club championship.

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Paul Pardoe (right) finished third.

Pardoe podiums again

In-form Paul Pardoe provided the big highlight for Peterborough Cycling Club in the Tour of Cambridgeshire.

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Alison Lilley on top of the podium.

Tour triumph for Clarion rider

The weekend’s big Tour of Cambridgeshire proved successful for a number of Fenland Clarion riders.

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Paul Pardoe.

Pardoe on podium again

Peterborough Cycling Club rider Paul Pardoe continued his outstanding run of form at the weekend when taking second place in the Eastern Counties Cycle Association 25-Mile Championships.

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George Fox, Alfie Thompson and Alfie Clarke in action for Peterborough Phantoms.

Cunning young Fox gets the better of all his East Anglian Series rivals

Young Peterborough BMX rider George Fox was in superb form in the third round of the East Anglian Summer Series at Royston on Sunday.

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Ian Waddilove.

Waddilove still has plenty of pedal power

Ian Waddilove returned to racing after a break of several years and showed he’d lost none of his class when winning Fenland Clarion’s 25-mile club championship event on the Sawtry-based N1 course.

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Devonne Piccaevr on her way to victory in the under 14's race in the Fenland Clarion cyclocross event.

CYCLING: Lilley loving life on the road, lates winners from the Fenland Clarion youth cyclocross

There were personal bests galore as Fenland Clarion stars hit the road for time trial sessions.

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Maciej Stodolak in action for Peterborough Phantoms.

Perfect Pearson leads the way for Phantoms with another clean sweep

Peterborough Phantoms BMX Club members certainly made home advantage count when they hosted the second round of the East Anglian Summer Series at their Herlington track on Sunday.

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Kevin Hobbs in action.

Speedy win for Pardoe

Paul Pardoe of Peterborough Cycling Club raced to victory in the Northants & District CA 10-mile time trial on the N1/10 TT course at Sawtry.

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RESULTS: BMX queen Leah is unbeatable in Braintree

RESULTS: BMX queen Leah is unbeatable in Braintree

Peterborough BMX Club riders Leah Pearson and Liam Arnett were in superb form when the East Summer Series kicked off at Braintree last weekend.

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Steve Clarke.

Pitchford leads Clarion home

Fenland Clarion riders were out and about over the wet Bank Holiday weekend.

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Evander Wishart in action.

Wishart keeps on winning

Fenland Clarion youth rider Evander Wishart is currently enjoying a great run of winter form which he continued at the weekend with his first circuit race of the season.

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Jazz Newton at the national championships.

Bethany makes a flying start to national series

Peterborough BMX rider Bethany Campbell made a terrific start to the British Cycling national BMX series in Manchester at the weekend.

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Bradley Wiggins celebrates his 2012 Tour de France victory.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Dodgy Dave and rule-bending Brad should return their knighthoods now

Roger Bannister, who sadly passed away this week, became the first man to break the four-minute barrier for the mile in 1954.

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Pictured are the award winners at the Muddy Monsters meeting hosted by Fenland Clarion.

Not much mud for the monsters

Fenland Clarion Cycling Club hosted the fifth round of the seven-match Muddy Monsters series at the weekend.

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George Fox.

Young Fox in the hunt for the East Anglia Series title

Young George Fox is in pole position going into the final round of the East Anglian Winter BMX Series.

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