Michael finishes in top 10

THERE was a top 10 finish for leading FVS TRI cyclist Michael Summers. Summers stormed home in the Team MK Circuit Race at the MK Bowl on Saturday. The race was a one hour plus five laps format and the winning group raced for just over 30 miles. Having m

THERE was a top 10 finish for leading FVS TRI cyclist Michael Summers.

Summers stormed home in the Team MK Circuit Race at the MK Bowl on Saturday. The race was a one hour plus five laps format and the winning group raced for just over 30 miles.

Having missed the nine-man breakaway, he chased down the group alone to finish 10th.

He gained a BCF licence point towards his ranking and the coveted category one status. With 199 points to go, it is going to be a busy race season!

Kevin Smart made his road racing competitive debut in the same race and despite finding the pace faster than he expected managed to finish in a respectable position in the main bunch.

Summers travelled to his second race in two days to compete in the Ed Taylor Memorial Race in Essex. Finishing second in the bunch sprint, he managed a 17th overall but out of the points this time.

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