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Deeside Thistle 40 Mile APR

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43 riders in 5 groups set off with the scratch group 15 mins behind the front-runners in the Deeside Thistle 40 Mile APR. The weather was warm and sunny but the riders faced a strong westerly wind gusting up to 30 mph.

Ray Wilson of Dunfermline CC and Alistair Watt of Granite City RT broke away on their own and caught all the groups with about 7 miles to go, then Ray won the sprint to the line.

34 of the 43 entered completed the event.

Deeside Thistle
Raymond Wilson.

Deeside Thistle APR Result

1. Ray Wilson – Dunfermline CC – 1.51.10
2. A. Watt – Granite City RT – @ 11 secs
3. K. Clarke – Deeside Thistle CC – @ 43 secs
4. D. Hunt Cairngorm CC – 49 secs
5. S. Crowther – (unatt.) – 1.21
6. E. Stewart – DTCC – 3.12
7. B. Duncan – DTCC – 3.14
8. P. Black – Edinburgh Road Club – 3.20
9. R.Cowie – Aberdeen Wheelers 3.31
10. I. Humphreys — DTCC — (no Time)
11. P. Dennis — DTCC — 4.22
12. N. Kininmonth — DTCC — 5.25
13. A. McGill — DTCC — 5.37
14. L. Cowie — AW — 6.00
15. A. Whyman — DTCC — 6.04
16. P. Kneeshaw — DTCC — 6.30
17. A. Forbes – Addicombe CC — 7.16
18. C. Cowie — AW — 7.25
19. P. Wildblood — DTCC — 7.33
20. D. Young — DTCC — 7.33
21. A. Scott-Kiddie — DTCC — 7.35
22. S Monaghan — DTCC — 7.56
23. D. Warwick — DTCC — 8.00
24. R. Clark — DTCC — 8.09
25. S Mitchell — Dundee Wheelers — 8.14
26. D. Carnagie — Ythan CC — 9.02
27. I Watson — AW — 11.37
28. W. Mackie —Tri-Changing Gear — 11.39
29. G. Brown. — DTCC — 12.57
30. M. Pithie — DTCC — (no time)
31. K. Robertson — DTCC — 13.53
32. M. Munro — DTCC — 14.20
33. L. Chellingsworth — DTCC — 14.53
34. J. Nicholson — DTCC — 14.53
35. D. Bird — DTCC — 16.17
36. I. Wilkie — DTCC — 18.26

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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