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Dunfermline Road Race

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Dunfermline Road Race
Euan in his MTB guise.

Mountainbiker Euan Pope took the top spot in the Dunfermline Road Race, with a fine solo win. Second was Lewis Oliphant and third Richard Allan.

Dunfermline Road Race Result

1 43 EUAN POPE ROCKHARD MBC 02:14:08
2 62 LEWIS OLIPHANT VELO ECOSSE 58
3 29 RICHARD ALLAN EDINBURGH RC B/W same time
4 41 DEREK WALKER EAST KILBRIDE RC same time
5 6 SCOTT MCRAE PEDAL POWER RT same time
6 45 STEPHEN COUPER DUNFERMLINE C C same time
7 44 BLAIR GIBB PEDAL POWER RT same time
8 48 SILAS GOLDWORTHY VELO ECOSSE same time
9 13 JOHN KERMODE DUNDEE THISTLE same time
10 5 ANDREW BROWN EDINBURGH RC B/W 01:03
11 38 ANDREW ROWAT MUSSELBURGH RCC same time
12 59 CALLUM WILKINSON PEDAL POWER RT same time
13 34 GARY MCRAE PEDAL POWER RT same time
14 15 GEORGE FINDLATER NO CLUB same time
15 50 JAMIE KENNEDY STIRLING B C same time
16 58 ALASDAIR EASTON EDINBURGH RC B/W same time
17 47 HUGH FORGIE 01:07
18 7 CHARLES DUFFY EAST KILBRIDE RC same time
19 64 JOHN MCBAY NO CLUB 01:08
20 39 EDD SHACKLEY IVY CC same time
21 67 MARK RICHARDS EAST KILBRIDE RC same time
22 37 MICHEAL CUNLIFFE GS METRO same time
23 60 BARRY CRUMLISH ROCKHARD MBC 01:15
24 14 KEVIN CLARKE DEESIDE THISTLE 01:18
25 21 CHRIS HARNEY EDINBURGH RC B/W same time
26 26 FRANK MORRIS G. S. METRO same time
27 53 MARK MILLINGTON THE BICYCLEWORKS same time
28 49 ANDREW FISH PEDAL POWER RT 01:27
29 12 GRAHAM HUSTON ZEUS CRT 01:35
30 40 KIERAN HAY VELO ECOSSE 01:59
31 2 ROBERT WILSON CRT INVERCLYDE same time
32 23 STEVEN QUINN DRUMMOND DATASAFE same time
33 9 MICHEAL HOUSTON EDINBURGH RC B/W 02:06
34 19 BRIAN HAMILTON PEDAL POWER RT same time
35 54 KENNY REASIDE INVERCLYDE VELO 06:57
36 56 CHRIS BOWN DUNFERMLINE C C 07:15
37 22 GRAHAM MERCER EAST KILBRIDE RC 13:52
38 65 GRAHAM LAWRIE GALA CC 14:17
39 10 COLIN MCKENZIE EDINBURGH RC B/W 15:52
40 27 CHRIS WILLIAMS NO CLUB 17:52
41 36 PETER LAMBIE FIFE CYCLING 2000 21:37
42 4 EILEEN ROE DUNFERMLINE C C 23:52
43 68 LEE ANDERSON EAST KILBRIDE RC 23:52

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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