Newly-crowned national 12-hour champion Julian Jenkinson (Utag-Yamaha) completed a weekend double by winning the EDCA 15-mile time trial at Upton on Bank Holiday Monday.

Fresh from a victory in the Alton CC 25 at the Bentley course on Sunday, Jenkinson recorded a time of 31mins 44secs to win the 15-mile event from team-mate, and first lady, Julia Shaw.

Having rode 292 miles to win the 12-hour championship, Jenkinson is also leading the season-long British best all-rounder competition.

A rider’s average times for 50 miles, 100 miles and 12 hours determines the winner.

With just two counting events left, Jenkinson is quietly confident of holding on to his lead.

The former international triathlete is no stranger to success, having held the British ironman triathlon record for more than 10 years.

He also picked up the silver medal at this year’s national 100-mile time trial.

Shaw’s time of 32.38 put her 25 seconds ahead of Paul Jones (Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers) who clocked a time of 33.02.

Poole Wheeler Terry Icke (33.15) took the veterans award.

Like Jenkinson, Shaw is also ahead in the BBAR tables and has her sights set on Commonwealth Games selection.

Next week’s British Time Trial Championships will be the selection race.

In a season that has seen her set new ladies records at 50 and 100 miles, a trip to India for the Commonwealth Games would be a fitting reward.

• More than 400 riders were in action at the final round of the National BMX summer series.

Hosted by the Bournemouth BMX Club at their Iford track, the two-day event saw some exciting racing.

Notable local performances included wins for Kobi Joyce (Ultimate BMX) (eight years), Peter Warner (17-29yrs), Jack Smallpiece (16yrs) and Jon Moore (Dialled Bikes Team) (40-44).

Moore had already secured his national age group title before the final round of races.

Jordan Hatcher secured two second places to finish runner-up in the 13 years competition, while Smallpiece clinched third in his category.