The Horsforth club hit the jackpot on Sunday at Addingham Moorside, where 68 competitors enjoyed a hot sunny day without a cloud in the sky.

A bone dry ten section, four lap course, tested the big boys, while the small wheelers took on a compact six section well away from the main route.

Austin Abdale, Emily Petty and Alanna Eagleton topped their classes.

Eagleton is still coming to terms with Beta power and the different skills the Beta requires.

Bradford girl Petty, is also set to match big brothers Oliver and Charlie Petty.

On the hard route class teenager Harry Bowyer rode his JSM backed Gas to a one dab victory. Some ride it was for the youngster.

Elliott Laws topped the Novice class while Nigel Crowther really hit the button to snatch the Over 50's. Crowther has really hit top form on the Vertigo.

Predictably the Clubman A class was between Neil Gaunt and Phillip Hammond.

Gaunt got the Over 50's and Hammond bagged the novice class. Twenty seven contested the class and a further fifteen rode Clubman B. It was a brilliant day for the A Team, who ran the show and even bedded in a new results programme.