THE Peel District Cycling Club ended its road race season with a hilly time trial and barbecue last weekend.
Before the riders got to enjoy the goodies provided by sponsors Brumbies, there was a 26km race to complete.
Starting at Serpentine Dam and climbing immediately for the first 2km, before riding another 11km in testing winds along the undulating Kingsbury Drive, before reaching the lookout and turning around and racing back to the dam.
The fastest time of the day was Conor Leahy with 39.08, Colin Rose was second with a time of 40.15 and Liam Magowan third in 41.36.
The race was run on age standard, which gave riders a time bonus based on age.
Over 50 masters rider Colin Rose took the win, with under-19 rider Conor Leahy second and over 60 masters rider Steve Ware third.
The summer racing season starts with flat mid week time trials in Hopeland from November 2.
For more information and the full results visit pdcc.asn.au