Riders seized the opportunity to race on the same course as the upcoming state time trial championships with the 'Ride of Truth' staged through Meander Valley.
The opening race of the road season saw juniors and para-cyclists hit the course first, followed by the elite fields.
The elite and masters competed in a graded time trial race and former pro Josh Wilson laid down the fastest time of the day with victory in A-grade.
A week after competing in the Coles Bay Half-Triathlon, Olympian Tim O'Shannessey was pleased with his ride to win B-grade.
Jared Weisse won fastest time in possibly his last D-grade ride, while time trial specialist Phil Jarvie showed the class it takes to win C.
Tim Burford took fastest time in F-grade while Julian Barons narrowly won E from fastest female rider Kristy Grubits.
Young Noah Blazely stepped up to provide Ethan Howard some competition and took out second place in the under-13 category, while their older siblings, Connor Howard and Thomas Blazely, claimed first and second places in the under-15 boys.
Lucy Oliver continued her winning form from taking out this year's Bums on Seats Series to win fastest time in the under-15 girls, followed by Sybille O'Rourke with Addison Brumby marking her return to racing by taking third place.
Two of the most improved riders from the track season, Felicity Wilson-Haffenden and Jack O'Rourke, claimed the under-17 categories, while Eugenie O'Rourke won the under-19 women's race.
Josh Hanigan returned for his first race after a break and duly smashed his time from last year's championships to win the under-19 men's race.
The returning James Fergus took an impressive win in the para-cyclist division.
The Meander Valley Time Trial was all made possible by the Cradle Coast Cycling Club.
The next open road race in the state will be the Midson Roubaix, which will be held on April 10.
The state time trial championships will be held on the Meander Valley course on April 17.