In 1906, R.K.Kemp set a time of 1:10:54 for a 25 mile race against the clock. This was the first record in the clubs rich history of time trialling. In the proceeding 115 years, this record has been bettered on 26 occassions and is now held by Sam Thienel, the first club rider to break the 50 minute barrier with a 49:33.
The club maintains a history of fastest times over distances from 10 miles to 100 miles as well as 12 hour and 24 hour durations. There are also records for fastest teams of three at the same event over the same distances. Check out the current records, and their history below.