Gainsborough Aegir Cycling Club’s annual prize night, at the Weston Rooms in Gainsborough, rewarded performances in the 2013 season.
Guests of honour were Gary Wright, a personal trainer and sports physiotherapist from OutKlass Fitness at East Drayton, and his partner Krystle.
Reliability trial certificates went to Michael Dawson, Colin Smith, Loll Dickenson, Dave Walker, Mark Clark, Joe Smith, Matt Hindmarsh, Belle Hindmarsh, Sophie Hindmarsh, Liam Hindmarsh, Dave Chaffey, Pete Hanks, Calum Lawson, Daniel Nicholson and Trevor Halstead.
Steve Brown of Scunthorpe Road Club took the Visitor’s Trophy, Sophie Hindmarsh the Junior Girl Best Attendance award, Colin Smith the Non Racing Member’s Lantern Rouge Trophy and Derek Sanderson the Reg Booth Memorial Shield.
The Gainsborough Aegir Shield for Club Man of the Year went home with Mark Clark.
Daniel Nicholson took the Colin Cook Cup for finishing first in winter activities.
The John Dowell Racing Members Trophy was won by Dave Day, and he was joint winner of the Mystery Tour Trophy with Trevor Halstead.
Liam Hindmarsh picked up a double, taking the Juvenile Hill Climb Championship and the Trackman Trophy.
Joe Smith won the Junior Boy Best Attendance Trophy, the Brian Whittles Trophy for best junior, was first in the juvenile league and fastest juvenile.
Matthew Hindmarsh took bronze in the Jack Doncaster Falling Leaves, first in the Senior Hill Climb Championship, joint fastest for five miles, first in the Handicap League 10 and joint top in the Handicap League 18.
Julian Hesp took the trophy for the fastest five miles, gold in the Jack Doncaster Galling Leaves, joint ownership of the Handicap League 18, the fastest League 10, 15, Handicap League 15, Handicap Championship 25 and 50 and first in the 2 Up 10.
Trevor Halstead won the Senior Best Attendance trophy, first in the Vets BAR, Handicap 18, Handicap Championship 100, Handicap Championship 12 hour, Handicap League 5, Handicap BAR, along with the Hammer Trophy and the Gary Wright Back on your Bike award.
Jordan Skelley was third in the Jack Doncaster Falling Leaves, first in the 2 Up 10, the League 15, 18 and Championship 25, the 27 mile and Championship 50, 100, 12 hr and Senior BAR.