Dennis Milsom set a milestone for the first 80 year old to beat the hour for 25 miles. And he did it twice with rides of 59:15 and 59:13 on successive days.
Record Certificates are awarded for rides at 10 miles, 25 miles, 30 miles, 50 miles, 100 miles, 12 hours and 24 hours to riders of solo bicycle, solo tricycle, tandem bicycle or tandem tricycle (Mens, Ladies and Mixed) in any event listed in the current CTT or SCU handbooks as an Open, Semi-Open or Association Event.
The VTTA also recognises Indoor and Outdoor Track records on solo bicycle and tandem bicycle at the following distances: 5, 10 and 25 miles; 1 hour; 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 km. Records in the VTTA Handbook are as at 31st October of the previous year. Claims for records will be for the period from 1st November to 31st October.
Record rides will be recognised only when achieved in events run in conformity with CTT or SCU regulations and timed on watches complying with the requirements of those bodies.
No record will be considered if a better time or distance has already been achieved by a record holder of a greater age.
All claims for records must be made to the National Records Secretary giving full details of the event together with a printed result sheet not later than 31st October of the current year.
To see the records, use the selection boxes to the left then click "Get Records". You can filter the records to show either National or group records by type of event, gender, machine type and they type of surface used for the record.