The track season is in full swing at Dubbo Cycle Club.
Tuesday night's racing was the second round of the wheelrace series and the Betta Frames and Trusses Wheelrace did not disappoint.
The women's field was again quality.
The first round of the series saw the women's wheelrace larger than the men's.
The second round featured very-highly credentialed riders with handicaps considered to make for some tight racing.
Australian Sprint record holder Tyler Puzicha lined up against dual national Champion Haylee Fuller.
The in-form Isabelle Russel was off the back mark while Emily Williams started only 20 metres in front of her.
However, it was former dual Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Megan Reakes who returned, after a lengthy period off the bike, to get under the eye of the handicappers and take out the race comfortably.
Reakes won took home two gold medals from the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India, securing the two medals in the points race and scratch race at the age of 19.
It was a Fuller-a-thon for the minor positions with Haylee, Imogen and Makayla all featuring.
The Men's wheelrace was a very close finish.
Danny Barber and Dylan Eather started off the back mark to turn around and see a group of riders starting off the 370m mark only 30 metres behind them.
It was a vastly improving Zac Fuller who took the Wheelrace in fine form.
He had to hold off former-Masters World Champion, Darrell Wheeler and Australian Champion Tim Hines to grab the win.
Tom Williamson has been pushing Zac all the way and he managed a fourth place from Alex Russell who finished in fifth place.
The junior riders are growing in number.
Their wheelrace was highly competitive.
Not nearly as competitive however when compared to how the kids had to fight off their parents when the lolly bag prizes were awarded.
The first of the Sunday morning Summer Criterium series took place last weekend.
Great fields turned up in the hot weather and enjoyed the racing.
The Saddle Up To A Coffee van was on scene to ensure all spectators and riders could get their Sunday morning coffee trackside, while the bacon and egg rolls also satisfied the Sunday breakfast.
First race, E-grade, is away at 8.30 am this Sunday.
All riders are catered for so come down for a ride.
Thursday night this week will see the 500m Time Trial Club Championship take place.
All Junior Division One riders and all senior grades will compete this week with the first rider away at 6.30pm.