Ten club members entered the NEC TT World Blood Cancer Day 2021 9-mile event around the perimeter roads of the NEC Birmingham on Friday night. Eighty riders started and just as the first BSCC riders were about to start the heavens opened. The course soon got very wet, which made it precarious with all the white lines and something in the region of 30 plus junctions and roundabouts to negotiate.
Winner on the night was Jack Pearson (Beeston CC) setting a very fast time on this technical course of 19m. 56s.
Hayley Holland on her new TT bike, starts the NEC 9-mile TT
Luke Norris put in another great effort to finish 3rd overall with a time of 20m.29s and he was also placed second in his TT bike category.
Heidi Yates finished third on 24m.59s. in her TT bike category, while Isabella Boyles finished first on 27m.40s. in her bike category.
Other club members times were as follows; Stuart Quick 22.23, Matt Norris 22.56, Mark Davis 23.41, Mark Boyles 23.54, Josh Lovell 24.31 and Hayley Holland 27.41.
Fresh from his Friswell Cup win, Simon Bull unfortunately punctured, but he still managed to make the finish with a time of 22m.16s., which placed him third in his category.