Mayho claims top honours
Fat Tire Massive cyclists were handed a fresh challenge as the redesigned Admiralty House Park course tested competitors power and skill to the limit.
In the Male Open Class, two former competitors returned to do battle. Adam Kirk and Dominic Mayho took on the course with gusto, leading the field of 25 for most of the race.
It was Mayho who took the win, ahead of Kirk and Alexander Miller about two minutes behind, in third. Ashley Robinson finally faced a challenge in Female Open Class in the form of Caitlin Conyers, but Robinson’s skills ultimately paid off on the technical track, giving her a 25-second lead at the finish.
In Novice Class, Manning Smith proved his Lagoon Park victory was no fluke. He finished three minutes ahead of the Jason Piney. Sherman Darrell, the Novice points leader, rounded out the top three.
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