Wiesia Kuczaj racked up her second win in 3 weeks on Saturday in the Central Cross League event at Milton Keynes.
Declan Higgins was also in fine form, and collected 2nd spot in the Juniors race.
Coach Mac also rode, and finished in 15th place.
An estimated 12,500 spectators are expected to jam the roads of Old Windsor this coming Sunday for the 3rd edition of the Twickenham CC Hill Climb Championships. If you have a Digital receiver, coverage will be available via your red button, or you can follow all of the action on Radio 5 Live.........OK, OK, so we may get the odd passer-by out for a stroll with their mutt, or a few boy-racers 'layin dahn sum rubba', but don't let that detract from the spectacle.
We really do have a the most appetising of competitions lined up, with previous years champions returning to face up to both new and old challengers.
Will the scintillating recent form of the Young Pretender be enough to challenge the might of the TT Champions (note the 's' !!!!!) ?
The fight for the Ladies title looks like it's gonna be dynamite too, with 2 previous winners going head to head, it would be easy to ignore the rest of the field, wouldn't it?, Well, do so at your own peril, there's some class there!
And as for the Vets race, the only thing that's certain there is that we'll have a new name in the records book for that category, and we'll just have to wait until Sunday to find out who that may be...........
And Don't Forget, tickets for our Annual
Awards Extravaganza, being held on