Barry Charlton (Swinnertons) completed the BDCA ‘100’ this afternoon (Saturday, 6th September) in 3 hours 58 minutes and 19 seconds on a course near Uttoxeter. This is the first time that a rider of a singe tricycle has beaten 4 hours for 100 miles. The previous record holder was Dave Keene of the Bristol South CC whose time was just one second outside the 4 hours barrier. Barry adds this amazing record to his other single tricycle Competition Records for 10 miles (20.51); 25 miles (53.37); 30 miles (1h. 05m. 12s.); and 12 hours (259 miles). He also holds the Tandem Tricycle 10 miles Competition Record with Carl Saint (19m. 20s.); the Tandem Tricycle 25 miles Competition Record with Dave Keene (50m. 13s.); and the Tandem Tricycle 50 miles Competition Record with Dave Keene (1h. 43m. 46s.) It is not since the competitive years of Albert Crimes and John Arnold that a tricycle rider has dominated such a spread of Competition Records.