MERCIA riders finished in the top 20 in the Coalville Wheelers 10-mile time trial.
Despite it being a very cold day, Jack Hugill and Sean Sleigh both competed the hilly 10-mile time trial on the Griffydam Diseworth course.
Hugill timed 23mins, 06secs for 16th place, while Sleigh was not far behind, timing 23:29 for 18th place.
Two other Burton riders also competed – Oliver and Pascal Arnoux, members of Derby Mercury.
Seventeen-year-old Oliver timed 25:31 for 38th place and his father Pascal 25:53 to finish in 43rd spot.
In total, 83 riders entered the event and 76 finished. The winner was Matt Sinclair (Lutterworth Cycle Centre) in 21:29.
Clive Walker, from Repton, won the Roller Racing Handicap Trophy for 2013.
In the final ride-off night at the Shobnall Clubroom, Peter Rose narrowly beat Roger Owen, while Walker beat Kieron Patterson.
The final ride-off for the trophy was between Walker and Rose.
Rose had a 80 metre handicap advantage but it was not enough to beat the much younger Walker, who easily beat Rose over the 500 metres.
The 100 and 50 kilometres Reliability Trials which started and finished at the Shobnall Sports and Social Club clubroom saw an excellent turnout of 82 riders, despite the very cold weather.
The number of riders was split evenly between the two distances.
The 100km distance was via Bramshall, Sandon, Milford Common, Cannock Chase, Blithfield Reservoir and Abbots Bromley, while the 50km trial went via Hanbury, Kingstone, Blithfield Reservoir and the Scotch Hills.
Of the 82 riders, 42 were from the Mercia club and the rest were mainly from the Lichfield City CC, CC Giro, South Pennine RC and Derby Mercury.
The faster riders finished the 100km in just under three hours. In the 50km they finished within one-and-a-half hours. Only eight riders failed to finish.