The last Bluebell 10 of the season drew in a decent number of riders as we returned to the more traditional course based on the village of Helpston.
It was cloudy overhead to start with and there was a strong South Westerly which made it really hard from Bainton to the top of Ufford hill.
Considering the conditions the times were really impressive with a number of riders improving their times of recent weeks.
At the race's conclusion it was down off the heath and into Helpston for a buffet, prize giving and the chance to try on a new range of winter kit from Ellmore.
As the weekly 10 series ends, it is important to thank all of the people who have put signs out, donned hi viz to stand in the cold and make the event as safe as possible for those who ride it.
Your efforts are much appreciated by all those who pin on a number.