Mzuzu vendors thronged the Mzuzu-Karonga Road singing in praise of Davies who finished the 100 kilometre return journey from Mzuzu to Jombo inÂ four hours. She beat three other girls.
Her win breaks the Central and Southern regionsâ€™ dominance since the competition was introduced in 2009.
â€œI dedicate the title to my boyfriend since I am turning 30 on May 31,â€ Davies, who received a K15 000 prize told The Nation.
Her celebration was, however, marred by ugly scenes that erupted when failed Humber bicycle cyclists demanded consolation prizes.
They charged at the Cycling Federation of Malawi (CFM) officials to give them money or risk being beaten.
The organisers had no choice but to call the police to rescue them, but this did not stop the rioters to get away with six Katoto Primary School chairs that were being used at the function.
Northern Region Sports development officer Georgina Msowoya condemned the rioting cyclistsâ€™ behaviour, saying they needed to bargain with a human face.
Mzuzu City Council official, Godwin Ponderani, who was the guest of honour urged the disgruntled cyclists to train hard for next yearâ€™s competition.
Blantyreâ€™s Rabecca Kaleso came second in ladies category. She received K10 000 whereas Dwangwaâ€™s Anne Nkhoma received K7 500 for coming third.
In the menâ€™s 150-kilometre [Mzuzu-Bwengu] drop bicycle category, the winner was Blantyreâ€™s Missi Kathumba who clocked 3:24:07 hours. Kwame Kaira and Mothiniah, both from Blantyre, came second and third respectively. The three top winners received K20 000, K15 000 and K10 000 respectively.
In Humber bicycles category, Dwangwaâ€™s Liwonde Kakuyu was the winner followed by Mzuzuâ€™s Joe Simwaka and Blantyreâ€™s John Gonani. The competition attracted 60 cyclists.