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British Time Trial Championship 2006


Jason MacIntyre followed his outstanding win in the British 25 mile TT Champs with an equally fantastic result in the British Time Trial Championship, taking some superb scalps such as Michael Hutchinson, Jonathan Dayus, and Stuart Dangerfield.

British Time Trial Championship 2006
Jason MacIntyre – two-times British Champion!


1 Jason MacIntyre Equipe Velo Ecosse 01:11:15
2 Michael Hutchinson In-Gear Quickvit RT 01:11:48
2 Jonathan Dayus Arctic Shorter Rochford RT 01:11:48
4 Stuart Dangerfield 01:12:26
5 Ben Instone A3crg 01:13:15
6 Mark Atkinson Equipe Velo Ecosse 01:13:57
7 Robert English 01:14:21
8 James Williamson 01:14:26
9 Paul Mill Team Edwardes 01:15:03
10 Richard Prebble Pinarello RT 01:15:35
11 Adrian Lansley 01:15:38
12 Gethin Butler Preston Wheelers 01:15:40
13 Gavin Poupart 01:16:14
14 Mark Pardoe Reading Cycling Club 01:16:29
15 Rafal Radziel Team Economic Energy 01:16:30
16 James Millard Bouwelse Wielervrienden Polydak CT 01:17:03
17 Mark Winton Lewes Wanderers CC 01:17:06
18 Tristan Lloyd Barnes Wills Wheels Cycle Club 01:17:11
19 Paul Dring 01:18:19
20 Max Baldock Poole Wheelers 01:18:59
21 Mark Simmons Team Milton Keynes 01:19:03
22 Steve Golla High Wycombe CC 01:20:13
23 Nicholas Dawes Farnborough & Camberley CC 01:21:27
24 Julian Bellido Hercules CC 01:21:29
25 Colin McDermott Festival Road Club 01:21:32
26 Graeme Dickson Cheltenham County Cycle Club 01:21:34
27 Sigurd Haveland Hercules CC 01:22:04
28 Richard Pettinger Sri Chinmoy CT 01:22:42
29 David Law Arctic Shorter Rochford RT 01:23:04
30 Michael Bannister Bedfordshire Road Cycling Club 01:24:08
31 John Glaysher 01:24:43

Gary Robson Equipe Velo Ecosse DNF 00:25:40
Tim Bedingfield DNF 00:25:13
Colin Robertson Equipe Velo Ecosse DNF 00:25:26
Matthew Bottrill de rosa rt DNF
Stuart Dodd Team Tor 2000 DNS
Daniel Lloyd Giant Asia RT DNS
Thomas Ireland Team Tor 2000 DNS
Duncan Urquhart DNS
Mark Holton Ribble Valley CRC DNS
Dominic Sweeney Team Lutterworth Cycle Centre DNS
Bradley Wiggins OBE Cofidis DNS

Martin Williamson
Martin is our Editor, Web site Designer and Manager, and concentrates on photography. He's been involved in cycling for over 42 years and has raced for many of them, having a varied career which includes time trials, road and track racing, and triathlons. Martin has been the Scottish 25 Mile TT and 100 Mile TT Champion, the British Points Race League Champion on the track, and was a prolific winner of time trials in his day, particularly hilly ones like the Tour de Trossachs and the Meldons MTT.

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