Son wins trophy 30 years after his father

PUBLISHED: 12:51 30 January 2008 | UPDATED: 10:01 04 May 2010

Pictured are father and son Ben and Andy Stephen. Photo: SUPPLIED

Pictured are father and son Ben and Andy Stephen. Photo: SUPPLIED

A father and son team have been won the same cycling trophy after a 30-year gap. Members of the Ely Cycling Club joined Newmarket cyclists at the Rosary Hotel, in Exning, for an annual dinner, dance and prizegiving last week. The Junior 10-mile winner Ben

A father and son team have been won the same cycling trophy after a 30-year gap.

Members of the Ely Cycling Club joined Newmarket cyclists at the Rosary Hotel, in Exning, for an annual dinner, dance and prizegiving last week.

The Junior 10-mile winner Ben Stephen celebrated alongside his father Andy - winner of the same trophy 30 years earlier.

Speed-stars Geoff Brewster and Steve Presland won 11 trophies between them and show no signs of slowing down, which gives everyone else something to aim for when the club resumes Tuesday evening races in April.

Pictured are father and son Ben and Andy Stephen.

Photo: SUPPLIED


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