MERCIA Cycling Club’s Joshua Waters celebrated his 15th birthday in style by winning the 15-kilometre under-16s road race at Darley Moor.
With two laps to go, Waters broke away from the other riders to win by 400 metres.
Meanwhile, Jack Hugill and Jason Seabridge won the team prize in the Burton and District Cycling Alliance 100-mile time trial, organised by Hughill, which attracted a full field of 120 riders.
The time trial was held on the A50 between Etwall and Blythe Bridge with a return leg on the B5030 to Rocester.
Mercia had three men in the Alliance event and two ladies in the open event.
Despite the conditions, Seabridge rode well to finish third fastest (3.57:17), while Hugill timed (4.08:57) to finish in sixth place and clinch team glory.
Ben Startin’s first 100 mile saw him ninth (4.28:31), but Anne Staley retired unwell after 60 miles and Abbey Norman did not start.
Nigel Finch finished a creditable 36th of 84 in Leicester Forest Cycling Club’s 10-mile time trial on the Six Hills course (24:14).
Hugill also rode a 10-mile time trial on the South Cave course, timing 21.07 in the Team Swifts Charity event.
David Clarke finished 11th in the Tour of Borneo, run over five days and 690km.
Thirteen riders rode in the last evening time trial for the year over 5.5 miles in Anslow.
RESULTS: Jason Seabridge 13:32, Joshua Waters 14:10, Oliver Arnoux 14:44, Ben Startin 14:50, Alec Taylor 15:46, Tony Marlow 16:16, Matt Wainwright 18:00 Neville Pollard 18:04, Phil Knott 18:18, Lauren Sleigh 18:52, Terry Knight 19:20, Dave Peters 20:28, Peter Rose 21:58.