Starting and finishing east of Rudston, the Octon 13.7 was a straightforward out and back to Octon roundabout.
Again Stew Pickard was the man to beat as he took another victory in what has become his best season to date.
Second was Andy Askwith who pushed Mark Woodley into third by less than 10 seconds.
Division Two’s Adam Yates took full points again with a convincing win over his rivals.
Simon Walters was first home in Division Three, despite having only raced a handful of time trials,
In the Hilly 10, first and second again went to Pickard and Askwith respectively but it was a ‘what might have been’ for Woodley who punctured within two miles of the finish but still managed to claim equal third.
Matt Pilling just had the edge on Seb Pickard in their see-saw battle as Adam Yates produced the fastest time in Division Two. First home in Division Three was Kevin Helliwell who paced his ride better than many of his more experienced rivals.