Team Raleigh celebrated a one-two in the latest round of the CDNW League in Lancashire on Sunday, with Australian Richard Lang taking the win just two seconds ahead of colleague Matt Holmes.
The 24-year-old edged out team-mate Holmes for the win, but it mattered little which of the duo took the win, while their nearest rival Michael Rawson (Kuota Spinergy) was more than a minute further back in third.
In Scotland, Scott McCrossan (Rock to Roll Cycles) gained revenge over rival Ben Greenwood (Hope Factory Racing), when he won the Arthur Campbell Memorial Road Race at Newton Mearns, near Glasgow.
Lanark-based 20-year-old McCrossan edged to victory ahead of Greenwood, reversing the result of the previous week's Dick Longdragon Memorial. Gary Hand (Herbalife) completed the podium in third spot.
In Norfolk, Joe Skipper (Strada Sports) won the VC Norwich Summer Road Race near Wicklewood on Sunday.
The 25-year-old from Lowestoft secured his first win of the season in the 57-mile race, which took in five laps of the Wicklewood circuit. Finchley Racing Team 50-year-old Stephen Nunn holding off the bunch for second, while Simon Alexander (Twenty 3C-Focus) completed the podium in third spot.
Team Zenith rider Adam Kenway won the latest round of the EMEG Series, the Derby Mercury Road Race, in Derbyshire on Sunday.
He took a sprint victory from breakaway rival Lee Baldwin (Buxton CC) at the end of the 50-mile race near Turnditch.
The pair had broken clear on the second of five laps, and stayed clear throughout, while Team V-Sprint Racing rider William Goulbourne led home the rest of the field and took third place.
Neon Velo's Alex Minting won the Great Barford Road Race in Bedfordshire on Sunday.
The 18-year-old edged ahead of Paul Dring (Team Echelon Rotor) in the sprint finish, while CC Luton's Darren Farr took third in a race which was marred by a crash which split the field and took out the leader at the time, Jon Friend (Bedfordshire Roads CC).
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