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Tri Changing Gear 10ml Time Trial


A cold wind tonight for the Tri Changing Gear 10 mile TT wasn’t conducive to fast times and in the circumstances all the guys under 24 mins deserved a wee accollade. Ray Wilson took the win in an excellent 22.40 ahead of Norman Skene and Ali Watt.

Freddie Toms (Elgin CC), on a short holiday in Montrose easily won the Vets (on Std) award.

Handicap prize went to Ythan’s Steve Argo on the one rider one / prize club rule. He was actually pipped by 2 secs by 2nd-equal Ali Watt.

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Joe Wilson.

Tri Changing Gear 10 Mile TT Result

1 Ray Wilson Dunfermline CC Sr 22.40
2 Norman Skene Granite City RT V55 22.52
3 Alister Watt Granite City RT Sr 22.52
4 Steve Argo Ythan CC Sr 23.23
5 Colin Duncan Tri Changing Gear Sr 23.25
6 Steve McIntosh Granite City RT V44 23.25
7 Russel Craig Ythan CC Sr 24.05
8 Andy Duncan Ythan CC Sr 24.32
9 Gregor McIntosh DTCC 25.13
10 Iain Watson AWCC Sr 25.19
11 Stephen Walton Deeside Thistle V57 25.26
12 John Allan Tri Changing Gear V51 25.32
13 Steve Barrett Tri Changing Gear Sr 25.32
14 Grant MacIntosh Dundee Wheelers V45 25.45
15 Ian Adams Ythan CC Sr 26.07
16 Freddie Thoms Elgin CC V66 26.08
17 Alastair Scott-Kiddie Deeside Thistle Sr 26.10
18 Bill Mackie Tri Changing Gear V45 26.33
19 V Rakkonen Granite City RT Sr 27.11
20 Gordon Smith Deeside Thistle Sr 27.35
21 Michael Thomson Unattached Sr 27.39
22 John Ure Aberdeen Wheelers V46 27.48
23 Dave Carnegie YthanCC V51 28.13
24 Colin Allanach Ythan CC V45 28.37
25 Mike Pithie Deeside Thistle VET 28.42 (1min pen)
26 David Kirton Kennoway RC V42 32.49
27 Ishbel Dunn Tri Changing Gear VL DNS
28 Ron Dobson Deeside Thistle V51 DNS
29 Neil Gerrard Ythan CC Sr DNS
30 Brendan McCabe Aberdeen Wheelers V44 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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