The winner of the Bikeworks Points Series was confirmed at last week’s Oswestry Paragon Time Trial event.

Great summery weather attracted 46 riders to compete on the night to race along the Queens Head to Gobowen course for the final time this year.

Jack Morris was the fastest Oswestry Paragon rider on the night giving him victory in the series.

Morris was third-fastest to finish on the evening, with Kirk Vickers of Holohan Coaching finishing as the quickest rider on the night, crossing the line in 20 minutes and 14 seconds putting him nearly a minute and a half ahead of his nearest rival Kevin Bradford (21;42).

James Bell of Wrexham RC was next across the line in 21,57, with Jed Friskney of Sleaford Wheelers next to finish with a time of 22;23.

Just eight seconds separated the next three riders with Dave Scott of Mule CC finishing in 22;43 ahead of Angelo DeRosa of Graham Weigh (22;46) and Dave Saunders of Mid Shropshire Wheelers (22;51).

Matthew Barrett of Mid Shropshire Wheelers took ninth place in a time of 23;15 ahead of Mule CC’s James Davies (23;25).

Mid Shropshire Wheeler’s Ben Pierce was quickest of the junior riders taking 11th place overall in 23;28 ahead of Jack Young who clocked 23;46. Young ended the season winning the trophies for both junior and most improved rider.

The women’s points series also went down to the final round with Helen Tudor fastest woman on the night in a time of 27;01 but Vikki Jones recorded a personal best time of 27;32 which was enough to give her the series win.

There is also a Paragon trophy for fastest ride by a club member on a standard road bike, with Morris retaining the title with a time of 23;41 set in round 10.

Oswestry Paragon CC have one more competitive event this year, the annual 1.67-mile Racecourse Hill climb.

The event takes place on Saturday, September 7, starting at 2.30pm.

Signing on is in the car park of the White Lion in Oakhurst Road before the event.