Kim Little made it four out of four to take an unassailable lead in the series at yesterday’s GDW mountain bike race.
On a longer than usual course, with a killer climb up the chute, it was another tough race at the tower.
By the end of the first lap Kim Little had a 20 second lead which only got bigger as the race went on. 
Second placed Andy Parsons looked strong and rode well throughout the race, leading the way in the early stages. 
Ryan Mckee was very pleased to see the finish in third place after riding 18 miles from Westbury as a warm up.  Liam Teasdale took a untroubled fourth place with Scawen Roberts was fifth and last rider to finish with five laps.
On four laps was James Chant, Andrew Kennedy, the improving Jim Broom and Tim Jones.
National Tri star champion Daisy Davies finished as the first of the female riders and first youth rider for tenth place.  Steven Proctor did well and worked hard in his first race to finish in eleventh. 
Lyn Broom wrapped up the ladies series title with a good twelfth place finish, ahead of Loe Preer.
First junior Ben Hywel Davies finished just ahead of Aaron Sparks for fourteenth and fifteenth places and Penelope Procter worked very hard on the tough course to take the final finishing place. 
Big thanks to Jim and Liam for moving a lot of mud last weekend to make the long downhill much faster and better to ride.    
The final round will be on Feb 22 at the same venue.
Full results here