More records tumble for Ely riders

12:03 16 June 2014

Ely Cycling Club

Ely Cycling Club's Matt Eley.

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Ely and District Cycling Club’s Matt Eley shaved two minutes off his personal best time at the Zak Carr Memorial time trial at the weekend.

Eley completed the 25-mile course in 53 minutes and 58 seconds to finish in 46th place out of a field of 134 riders.

Eley’s club mate Phil Gosling was also competing and came home in 1hr 6seconds to take 120th place – taking two-and-a-half minutes off his personal best time for a 25mile time trial.

The winner, Matthew Smith, of team Velovelocity.com, finished in a time of 48 minutes and 34 seconds, three seconds ahead of his team mate, Rhys Howells, in second.

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