Craig Duff scored twice as Bideford made it seven games unbeaten in the Calor League.
The Robins dominated against Bedford Town at the Sports Ground this afternoon, winning 4-0 to stay second in the Premier Division.
Duff turned in a cross from Saul Halpin to open the scoring on 37 minutes and Matt Hockley scored the second from the penalty spot when Halpin was tripped just before half time.
The result was all but settled in the 56th minute when Sean Downing ran at the defence and crossed for Duff to score his fourth goal of the season at the far post.
Ben Gerring, the defender, headed the fourth from a Richard Groves corner in the 89th minute, claiming his first goal for the club.
Bideford produced some excellent football in patches without needing to play with the same intensity seen in Tuesday's 2-1 win over Weymouth.
Bedford had their moments in the first half with Jordan Jarrold testing Steve Oliver from a free kick and Lorenzo Ferrari wasting a great chance to equalise from Ash Farmer's cross.
But the visitors looked vulnerable to the early ball over the top, particularly after Zak Stephens, their central defender, had to be carried off on a stretcher after injuring himself making a well-timed challenge on Duff in the first half.
Matt Hockley and Matt Bye ensured the Robins controlled the midfield and they had chances to increase the advantage in the second half.
Defenders Gerring, Jack Furzer and Rob Farkins all went close from corners and Downing slammed a shot wide after a strong run from Groves, the substitute.
Duff was denied his hat-trick when his powerful long-range strike was tipped over by Dan Green.
Bideford continue to exceed expectations with a record of five wins and two draws in the first seven matches keeping them just a point behind Hemel Hempstead Town, the early leaders.
Attention now turns to the FA Cup with a home game against Larkhall Athletic in first round qualifying next Saturday.