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Barry McGurk takes the Johnstone Wheelers CC 25 Mile Individual Time Trial 2006


Barry McGurk of the Glasgow Couriers ran away with the Johnstone Wheelers CC 25 Mile Individual Time Trial, nearly two minutes ahead of second placed Alan Dow, with Billy McFarlane third.

Barry McGurk
Barry McGurk.


1 Barry McGurk Glasgow Couriers Sen 54.51
2 Alan Dow Sandy Wallace Cycles Sen 56.34
3 Billy McFarlane Fullarton Wheelers V50 56.37
4 Gordon Graham Fullarton Wheelers V40 56.43
5 Steve Beech Sandy Wallace Cycles V50 57.08
6 Andy Torrance GS Modena V40 57.12
7 Kenny Raeside Inverclyde Velo V40 58.12
8 Gary MacFarlane Johnstone Wheelers Sen 58.51
9 Kenny Kentley Velo Ecosse V40 59.05
10 John McCamley Glasgow Wheelers Sen 59.11
11 Colin Pearson Deeside Thistle Sen 59.19
12 Dave Millar Glasgow Couriers V60 59.23
13 Edd Shackley Ivy CC Sen 59.56
14 Allan McLean Glasgow Wheelers V40 1.00.13
15 Derek Robinson Inverclyde Velo V50 1.00.22
16 Derek Stewart Deeside Thistle V70 1.01.01
17 David Wards Fullarton Wheelers Sen 1.01.10
18 Eric Easson Glasgow Wheelers V60 1.01.28
19 Gordon Johnston Classic Walls RT V60 1.01.31
20 Bill Aiton Glasgow Wheelers V40 1.02.04
21 Silas Goldsworthy Velo Ecosee Sen 1.02.11
22 Richard MacPherson Glasgow United Sen 1.02.45
23 George Buchanan Glasgow United Sen 1.03.01
24 James Docherty Inverclyde Velo Sen 1.04.11
25 David Newman Inverclyde Velo V40 1.05.00
26 Tom May Inverclyde Velo V40 1.05.03
27 Errol Bennie Forth Valley CC V50 1.05.10
28 Martin Kane Forth Valley CC Sen 1.05.51
29 Steven Quinn Drummond Datasafe Youth 1.06.09
30 Jimmy Parker Glasgow Wheelers V70 1.06.15
31 Louise Sturrock Ind Member Lady 1.11.38

David Murphy Glasgow Nightingale V40

Did not Finish
Derek Timmins Musselburgh RCC Sen
Nigel Cottrell Fullarton Wheelers V40
Stevie Blom Glasgow Couriers Sen
Craig McGowan Law Wheelers Sen
Matthew Cutler Ivy CC
Bob Taylor Glasgow Wheelers V60
Bob Hayley Law Wheelers V40

Did not Start
Alan Brown North Beach / Dooleys V40
Alan Jardine Law Wheelers V50
Simon Minshull Lomond Roads Sen
David Gibson GS Modena V40

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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