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Tour de Trossachs 2006 – Who else but Jason MacIntyre?

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Who else but Jason MacIntyre ran out the winner of this year’s Tour de Trossachs Mountain Time Trial 2006, held around Aberfoyle, Scotland.

A solid minute and a half space between him and Evan Oliphant, with Ray Wilson in third a further minute back.

Jason MacIntyre - two-times British Champion!
Jason MacIntyre – two-times British Champion!

Results

1: 01:06:05 – Jason MacIntyre: Velo Ecosse
2: 01:07:53 – Evan Oliphant: Recycling.co.uk
3: 01:09:01 – Ray Wilson: Dunfermline CC
4: 01:10:45 – Ben Abrahams: Velo Ecosse
5: 01:10:57 – Gary Robson: Velo Ecosse
6: 01:11:01 – Philip Brown: Deeside Thistle
7: 01:11:33 – Carlos Riise: Shetland Wheelers
8: 01:13:10 – Peter Ettles: Forres CC
9: 01:13:17 – Graeme Hatcher: Manx Viking
10: 01:13:19 – Ken Russell: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
11: 01:13:20 – Jim Cusick: Glasgow Couriers/DB
12: 01:13:37 – Arthur Doyle: Glasgow Ivy
13: 01:13:48 – Chris Smart: Glasgow Couriers/DB
14: 01:14:04 – Stevie Blom: Glasgow Couriers/DB
15: 01:15:09 – Stuart McGregor: C21 Multisport
16: 01:15:14 – Alistair Robinson: Border City
17: 01:15:16 – Aidan McIlroy: Auchencrow Thistle
18: 01:15:24 – Callum Wilkinson: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
19: 01:15:51 – Lee Whitelaw: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
20: 01:16:09 – Stuart Reid: Glasgow Couriers/DB
21: 01:16:20 – Paul McInally: East Kilbride
22: 01:16:37 – Silas Goldsworthy: Velo Ecosse
23: 01:16:39 – Drew Sharkey: BicycleWorks.com
24: 01:17:06 – Andrew Davies: Bicycle Works.com
25: 01:17:10 – Steve Hall: Essex Roads
26: 01:17:17 – Paul Black: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
27: 01:17:45 – Randle Shenton: Team Swift
28: 01:17:52 – Alan Robertson: East Kilbride
29: 01:17:58 – Jamie Drever: Glasgow Wheelers
30: 01:18:54 – Jamie Kennedy: Stirling Bike
31: 01:19:02 – Kenny Kently: Velo Ecosse
32: 01:19:10 – John Kermode: Dundee Thistle
33: 01:19:27 – Matthew Cutler: Glasgow Ivy
34: 01:19:42 – James Clark: Musselburgh RC
35: 01:19:42 – Jamie McQueen: Glasgow Wheelers
36: 01:19:53 – Andrew McCaffery: Glasgow Ivy
37: 01:19:55 – Norman Gillain: Squadra Porcini
38: 01:20:16 – Alan McCaffrey: West Highland
39: 01:20:21 – Jonny May: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
40: 01:20:24 – Andrew Rowat: Musselburgh RC
41: 01:20:28 – Kieran Hay: Velo Ecosse
42: 01:20:29 – Bill Black: Ayr Roads
43: 01:20:36 – Alan Mooney: Finsbury Park
44: 01:20:38 – James Hall: Sandy Wallace
45: 01:20:41 – Tom Worthington: Glasgow Nightingale
46: 01:20:46 – Colin Pearson: Deeside Thistle
47: 01:20:49 – Pippa Handley: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
48: 01:21:09 – Eddie Cowle: Stirling Bike
49: 01:21:58 – Andrew Nicell: Velo Ecosse
50: 01:22:23 – Martin McLean: Squadra Porcini
51: 01:22:37 – Michael Van Der Vlies: Elgin
52: 01:23:02 – Derek Timmins: Musselburgh RC
53: 01:23:04 – Dave Cherry: Border City
54: 01:23:27 – Jocky Johnstone: East Kilbride
55: 01:23:40 – J Daly: Johnstone Wheelers
56: 01:23:44 – David Hunt: Cairngorm CC
57: 01:23:49 – John Anderson: Shetland Wheelers
58: 01:24:36 – Robin Clark: Pedal Power
59: 01:25:04 – Colin McEvoy: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
60: 01:25:12 – William McMillan: Inverclyde CRT
61: 01:25:27 – Duncan Warwick: Deeside Thistle
62: 01:26:03 – Fraser Robinson: Border City
63: 01:26:08 – John Matthews: Glasgow Ivy
64: 01:26:42 – Gary Webb: Metropolitan Police
65: 01:27:03 – Louisa Edmonston: Unattached
66: 01:27:10 – Andrew Johnston: Unattached
67: 01:28:00 – Jane Morris: Perth United
68: 01:28:31 – Steve Flindall: Fullarton Wheelers
69: 01:28:36 – John Duncan: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
70: 01:28:50 – Claire Thomas: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
71: 01:28:57 – Christine McLean: Shetland Wheelers
72: 01:30:06 – Neil McFarlane: Falkirk Bicycle
73: 01:30:08 – Vicky Begg: Johnstone Wheelers
74: 01:30:48 – Sharon Doyle: Glasgow Ivy
75: 01:31:48 – Martin Kane: Forth Valley
76: 01:32:18 – Andrew Sinclair: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
77: 01:33:00 – Jamie Ballantine: Unattached
78: 01:34:32 – Natalie Arrowsmith: Manx Mountain
79: 01:36:07 – Andrew Ferguson: Unattached
80: 01:37:14 – Ian Hatcher: Unattached
81: 01:37:44 – Andrew Wilson: St.Christophers
82: 01:40:49 – Isobel Fletcher: Glasgow Wheelers
83: 01:56:41 – William McCracken: Brighton Mitre

DNF – Mark Symington: Glasgow Wheelers
DNF – Tony Nugent: Royal Albert

DNS – Madeleine Robinson: Border City
DNS – Ian Manson: Johnstone Wheelers
DNS – Jim Leslie: BicycleWorks.com
DNS – David Miller: Glasgow Couriers/DB
DNS – Calum McLean: Stirling Bike
DNS – David Patrick: Glenmarnock Drummond
DNS – John McCamley: Glasgow Wheelers
DNS – David Pritchard: Kelso Wheelers
DNS – William Totten: Glasgow Nightingale
DNS – Gordon Murdoch: Glenmarnock Drummond

Dukes Pass Hill Climb

1: 00:13:29 – Jason McIntyre: Velo Ecosse
2: 00:13:43 – Evan Oliphant: Recycling.co.uk
3: 00:14:07 – Ray Wilson: Dunfermline CC
4: 00:14:07 – Ben Abrahams: Velo Ecosse
5: 00:14:27 – Arthur Doyle: Glasgow Ivy
6: 00:14:30 – Philip Brown: Deeside Thistle
7: 00:14:31 – Carlos Riise: Shetland Wheelers
8: 00:14:44 – Gary Robson: Velo Ecosse
9: 00:15:01 – Callum Wilkinson: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
10: 00:15:04 – Jim Cusick: Glasgow Couriers/DB
11: 00:15:09 – Stevie Blom: Glasgow Couriers/DB
12: 00:15:11 – Graeme Hatcher: Manx Viking
13: 00:15:13 – Alistair Robinson: Border City
14: 00:15:19 – Paul Black: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
15: 00:15:29 – Aidan McIlroy: Auchencrow Thistle
16: 00:15:32 – Stuart McGregor: C21 Multisport
17: 00:15:36 – Chris Smart: Glasgow Couriers/DB
18: 00:15:37 – Drew Sharkey: BicycleWorks.com
19: 00:15:37 – Ken Russell: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
20: 00:15:44 – Stuart Reid: Glasgow Couriers/DB
21: 00:15:45 – Peter Ettles: Forres CC
22: 00:15:50 – Andrew Davies: BicycleWorks.com
23: 00:15:56 – Lee Whitelaw: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
24: 00:15:57 – Steve Hall: Essex Roads
25: 00:16:02 – Alan Robertson: East Kilbride
26: 00:16:02 – Tom Worthington: Glasgow Nightingale
27: 00:16:04 – John Kermode: Dundee Thistle
28: 00:16:05 – Jamie Drever: Glasgow Wheelers
29: 00:16:05 – Silas Goldsworthy: Velo Ecosse
30: 00:16:11 – Paul McInally: East Kilbride
31: 00:16:15 – Randle Shenton: Team Swift
32: 00:16:19 – Jamie Kennedy: Stirling Bike
33: 00:16:22 – Eddie Cowle: Stirling Bike
34: 00:16:24 – Andrew McCaffery: Glasgow Ivy
35: 00:16:27 – Bill Black: Ayr Roads
36: 00:16:28 – Norman Gillain: Squadra Porcini
37: 00:16:29 – James Clark: Musselburgh RC
38: 00:16:33 – Martin McLean: Squadra Porcini
39: 00:16:34 – Andrew Nicell: Velo Ecosse
40: 00:16:43 – Alan Mooney: Finsbury Park
41: 00:16:47 – Jamie McQueen: Glasgow Wheelers
42: 00:16:53 – Kieran Hay: Velo Ecosse
43: 00:17:02 – Kenny Kently: Velo Ecosse
44: 00:17:04 – Andrew Rowat: Musselburgh RC
45: 00:17:13 – Jonny May: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
46: 00:17:14 – Matthew Cutler: Glasgow Ivy
47: 00:17:18 – J Daly: Johnstone Wheelers
48: 00:17:18 – Alan McCaffrey: West Highland
49: 00:17:20 – John Duncan: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
50: 00:17:22 – Jocky Johnstone: East Kilbride
51: 00:17:32 – Colin Pearson: Deeside Thistle
52: 00:17:34 – Michael Van Der Vlies: Elgin
53: 00:17:38 – Pippa Handley: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
54: 00:17:44 – Derek Timmins: Musselburgh RC
55: 00:17:51 – William McMillan: Inverclyde CRT
56: 00:17:55 – Colin McEvoy: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
57: 00:18:01 – Dave Cherry: Border City
58: 00:18:04 – John Matthews: Glasgow Ivy
59: 00:18:08 – David Hunt: Cairngorm CC
60: 00:18:08 – Gary Webb: Metropolitan Police
61: 00:18:12 – Jane Morris: Perth United
62: 00:18:15 – Claire Thomas: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
63: 00:18:17 – James Hall: Sandy Wallace
64: 00:18:24 – Jamie Ballantine: Unattached
65: 00:18:24 – Duncan Warwick: Deeside Thistle
66: 00:18:30 – Louisa Edmonston: Unattached
67: 00:18:37 – Neil McFarlane: Falkirk Bicycle
68: 00:18:54 – Fraser Robinson: Border City
69: 00:18:55 – John Anderson: Shetland Wheelers
70: 00:18:56 – Sharon Doyle: Glasgow Ivy
71: 00:19:00 – Andrew Sinclair: Edin RC/Bicycleworks.com
72: 00:19:12 – Andrew Johnston: Unattached
73: 00:19:16 – Christine McLean: Shetland Wheelers
74: 00:19:47 – Robin Clark: Pedal Power
75: 00:19:49 – Steve Flindall: Fullarton Wheelers
76: 00:19:51 – Vicky Begg: Johnstone Wheelers
77: 00:20:32 – Martin Kane: Forth Valley
78: 00:20:42 – Natalie Arrowsmith: Manx Mountain
79: 00:21:08 – Andrew Ferguson: Unattached
80: 00:21:53 – Andrew Wilson: St.Christophers
81: 00:21:54 – Isobel Fletcher: Glasgow Wheelers
82: 00:22:19 – Ian Hatcher: Unattached
83: 00:25:30 – William McCracken: Brighton Mitre

Teams

1 – 03:33:27 – Velo Ecosse
2 – 03:41:12 – Glasgow Couriers/DB Dev
3 – 03:44:34 – Edinburgh RC/Bicycleworks.com
4 – 03:52:57 – Glasgow Ivy Cycling Club
5 – 03:57:14 – Deeside Thistle CC
6 – 03:57:39 – East Kilbride Road Club
7 – 04:03:08 – Musselburgh RC
8 – 04:04:19 – Shetland Wheelers
9 – 04:04:21 – Border City Wheelers
10 – 04:18:29 – Glasgow Wheelers

Martin Williamson
Martin Williamson
Martin is our Editor, web site Designer and Manager, and concentrates on photography. He's been involved in cycle racing for over 43 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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