Wales only real road race, the Aberdare Park Road Races year in year out gives racers different challenges, as they aim to get the maximum out of the under one-mile long, roads circuit. The past weekend’s racing featured competitors with various captivating back stories, including Chris Ganley. Making his roads scene debut, Ganley made history by been the first racer with one arm, to compete this decade at Aberdare. A true inspiration this man. In addition to Ganley, standout event debutants included Will Burchell whilst the race to become Welsh Open Champion, following the likes of Dan Cooper, John Simpson, Ian Lougher, the much-missed Daley Mathison, was won by Mark Goodings. The Doncaster racer aboard the IPG Power Generation supported Kawasaki, collected feature race honours after a first-rate display in the second Welsh Open race, besting last years’ Champion Ryan Dixon and Aberdare specialist Jay Bellers Smith. Others joining Goodings, Dixon, Bellers Smith in recording rostrum finishes throughout the weekend included triple race winner, TH (Trevor Harbinson) Racing’s Ty Jones. Shaun Wynne, 2018 Newcomers Manx GP winner Michael Rees and fellow countryman Alex Sinclair. Photo credit: Michelle Jefferies Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou
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