In-form Pardoe smashes a Peterborough Cycling Club record

In-form Paul Pardoe has broken Peterborough Cycling Club’s 10 mile time trial record by going below the 19-minute mark for the first time.

Friday, 24th May 2019, 4:00 pm
Paul Pardoe.

Pardoe took first place at the Eastern Counties Cycling Association 10 Mile Championships at Newmarket, with a blistering time of 18m 34s.

He beat Jason Boutell of Team Vision by two seconds, winning the prestigious Zak Carr Trophy ahead of a field of 125 of the region’s fastest riders.

PCC’s Matt Senter was fourth overall in 18m 52s. Kevin Hobbs finished in 11th place with19m 43s, setting a new PCC Vets record and becoming the first ever club Veteran to break the 20 minute barrier for 10 miles.

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James Boardley (21m 18s) and Martin Atkinson (21m 39s) both took advantage of the good conditions to post PB’s on the day.

PCC also secured the Team win with a combined time of 57m 09s beating Bedfordshire RRT 2nd in 58m 09s and Team Vision Racing 3rd in 58m 34s.