Matthieu Boulo rode to victory in the Pearl Izumi Tour Series hill climb in Gorey in blisteringly hot conditions on Friday afternoon.

Boulo, riding a 53×26 and setting off third from last recorded a 3’09.62 to usurp previous leader Adam Blythe and take the win at the top of the Mont de la Guerande climb above Gorey.

Joking afterwards, the Frenchman who also won in Redditch, claimed his family would have been able to see his victory from France, albeit with binoculars!

“Ultimately it’s a win for the team and getting the team that recognition.  I’m in very good condition and very pleased.

“It’ a great Series, there’s always been good riders, good crowd and a great atmosphere, it’s a good place to race.  I’m proud of my wins.  Racing’s racing, it doesn’t matter if I’m in France, Spain or England, I want to win!”

Behind Boulo and Blythe came George Harper, ahead of Starley Primal’s Jack Pullar and Kristian House, who helped Rapha Condor JLT’s five riders to the win thanks to their cumulative time.

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Round Ten Hill Climb Individual Result
1) Matthieu Boulo, FRA, Team Raleigh, 3’09.62
2) Adam Blythe, GBR, NFTO Pro Cycling, 3’10.88
3) George Harper, GBR, Node Velosure, 3’11.87
4) Jack Pullar, GBR, Starley Primal Pro Cycling, 3’12.39
5) Kristian House, GBR, Rapha Condor JLT, 3’13.16
6) Jon Mould, GBR, NFTO Pro Cycling, 3’14.46
7) Germain Burton, GBR, Great Britain, 3’14.77
8) Jon Dibben, GBR, Great Britain, 3’15.60
9) George Pym, GBR, Starley Primal Pro Cycling, 3’16.78
10)Mike Northey, GBR, Madison Genesis, 3’17.55

Round Ten Hill Climb Team Result
1) Rapha Condor JLT
2) Node4 Velosure
3) Madison Genesis
4) NFTO Pro Cycling
5) Team Raleigh
6) Great Britain
7) Starley Primal Pro Cycling
8) Metaltek Kuota
9) Pedal Heaven Colbornes

Overall Team Standings, post-Round Ten hill climb
1) Rapha Condor JLT, 118pts
2) Madison Genesis, 98pts
3) Team Raleigh, 88pts
4) NFTO Pro Cycling, 80pts
5) Node4 Velosure, 71pts
6) Metaltek Kuota, 48pts
7) Starley Primal Pro Cycling, 43pts
8) Great Britain, 41pts
9) Pedal Heaven Colbornes, 40pts