Usually the first event of the Triangle season is something of a hardriders affair, with rain, wind and hail. So it was with a certain level of confussion that this year’s series started with bright warm skies, and relatively little wind. With it, some of the racers who’d made their way over to Rabbit Hill to ride the 10mile V212 course set some blistering early season benchmarks (don’t worry if you’re nervous about turning up as a novice though, as some of us still hit more mortal times).
Sam Ward started the season as he finished the last one, with an impressive 20:25, missing out on the fastest ride of the night to guest rider Kieran Morris by just one second.
With twelve riders racing, and three of them guests, it meant that every OCC rider got off the mark in the points competition.
Next week once again returns to the Walshford course for a 10mile race, first rider off at 7:15. After that we will return to the main Triangle course, starting in Arthington. More details of future events can be found here.
In addition, we are still looking for marshals to help future events run. If you can assist, see here for how to record your interest.
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