HE has been crowed the winner of the Summer Criterium Series, now Craig Hutton will tackle some of the state's best in the heart of Bathurst's CBD.
This Saturday, as part of the Bathurst Cycling Classic, King's Parade will play host to the Bathurst Criteriums.
The action culminates with the men's division one race from 5.25pm, with Hutton joining fellow Bathurst Cyclin Club talents Will Hodges and Josh Corcoran in the field which will battle it out over 50 minutes and three laps.
Hutton will carry good form into Saturday's race after taking out the Bathurst Cycling Club's four-week Summer Criterium Series.
The finale was held on Tuesday night at Sulman Park, and in A grade Hutton took the honours ahead of Hodges in a good battle. Third belonged to Daniel Googe.
Hutton, who races for the GPM Stulz Team, picked up three wins across the series.
In the B grade Summer Criterium Series, it was David Reece who took the overall honours thanks to consistent racing, scoring three second places and a fifth.
While Cadel Lovett won the final round C grade race by 10 seconds over Peter Wilson, the latter still took outright honours.
He finished with a win and three second placings.
Phil Cole won Tuesday's D grade race ahead of Norman Wise and Rosemary Hastings. He also won the overall crown on the back of three victories and a third place.