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Keyo Brigg Sprint BQA race report

To read about the last Quadrathlon of 2022 hosted by Lincsquad click here.

Keyo Brigg Sprint 2022 Live Results

To follow competitors as they progress through the course and to see final timing click here

LincsQuad TT Championship results

In lieu of no LAYAS this year and on behalf of our TT Secretary Jane Taylor, please find the 2021 TT series results. Congratulations to Jayne Baldwin and Sheehan Quirke taking overall 1st places. To be eligible for the Male and Female LincsQuad Championship, all competitors needed to complete a minimum of 6 from 11 …

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BQA Annual Report and Virtual AGM 2022

Jean Ashley BQA Secretary Dear BQA Race Organizers and Affiliates, First and foremost I hope you have all stayed fit and healthy in what has been another challenging year for many of us! I started last year’s Annual Report with these words …. ‘As most of you will know, I’m never stuck for words, but …

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The sun shone on another Keyo Brigg Sprint

Congratulations to Steve Clark in taking top spot of the 2021 Keyo Brigg Sprint for a record 4th time. Ben Snell and Phil Gibbs took 2nd and 3rd respectively. Katie Over took 1st overall female with Sophie Hedges in 2nd and Jenny Stanning taking 3rd place. Team Hall took the Family award by only 2 …

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TT11 – The End

The final TT was a return to the conditions that prevailed at the start of the series: coldish with a strong gusty North wind that made the return leg tough going. However, no roadworks (HURRAY), no mountains of muck off the tractors, no convoy of harvesting machinery, no speed detectors and the season was completed …

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TT10 18th August

I was somewhat aghast when roadworks appeared in Hibaldstow with traffic lights in both directions.  Imagine my dismay when I got to Scawby Brook and found more roadworks and lights over the start and finish line.  The latter was resolved by moving further down the road so that the lights did not impinge on the …

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Much improved weather for TT8 21st July

After the horrendous weather that led to the cancellation of TT7, the sun came back out to play.  Not a frozen marshal in sight and some cracking times.  The only down side was that the sunshine and heat seemed to have spawned an outbreak of agricultural machinery and other traffic on the roads which led …

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TT6 Muck and Bullets

Not the best TT for me as organiser this week.  Having diligently cycled the route pre-event and found it clear, a tractor sneaked out after I had left for the event and deposited mountains of muck all along the road out of Hibaldstow.  Ok, a bit of hyperbole, but thanks to Simon and Isaac for …

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TT5 Warm Evening and Long Cool Downs!

What can I say but another fabulous evening?  Catherine Butterill bravely led the field out aided by a helpful arrow to show her the right direction, kindly supplied by starter Fiona.  Catherine’s approach to the event was unorthodox with a brief, even cursory, warm up and an extended cool down.  In fact we thought she …

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