NORTH-WEST junior cyclists dominated the main awards as Cycling Tasmania held its state junior and masters track titles at Launceston's Silverdome yesterday.
About 65 riders from across the state took part in age groups from under-13, under-15 and under-17, plus masters event for cyclists aged over 30.
Competition involved an individual time trial, individual pursuit, sprint and scratch races.
Ulverstone's Ronan Munro won all his events in the under-15 age group to claim the best male junior cyclist award and Devonport's Anya Louw took home the Sam Hellyer Memorial Award as the best junior girl.
Ulverstone rider Victoria Dean won the Harold Burgess Award.
In the under-17 boys' events Launceston's Hayden DiCoCo-Grant and Latrobe's Sam Maney were the dominant riders."All those cyclists made the state team plus some others to contest the national championships in Sydney at the end of next month," Cycling Tasmania chief executive Collin Burns said.