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Scottish 10 Mile TT Championships 2012

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The Jason MacIntyre Memorial Trophy stays on Dooleys Cycles’ Arthur Doyle’s mantlepiece for another year, after he edged the win this morning in the Scottish 10 Mile TT Championships 2012 by a single second from teammate Iain Grant, with Gavin Shirley in 13th place backing them up for the Team prize in a time which we think is a new Scottish Competition Team Record by four seconds.

Paisley Velo’s Ben Peacock was third a meagre four seconds back.

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Arthur retains his title at the Scottish 10 Mile TT Championships 2012.

All three riders were off in the last 10 starters and so rode in cold rain which became steadily heavier throughout the event, the headwind to the turn becoming stronger and perhaps being countered somewhat by the increasing volume of traffic on the Langbank – Port Glasgow road.

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Second place by only one second, Iain Grant.
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Ben Peacock looked very powerful, and took the bronze.

Rapha Condor pro James McCallum was fourth at 30 seconds behind Arthur, and when we saw him warming up on the course (one of only a handful of riders we spotted doing so), we thought he was taking the event seriously and looked very, er, Sharp.

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Fourth for Jimmy, but the Tour Series crit in Kirkcaldy next Tuesday evening will be more his cup of tea.

There were a number of riders who impressed with their supple pedalling action and smooth style, but the top times came from guys who had the horsepower to battle the tough headwind into the slightly uphill outward leg, and hoof the 11t round in the tailwind back to the timekeeper – but with six riders getting under 21′ and a further 18 beating the 22′ mark, it shows that despite the horrid conditions for spectating, it wasn’t a slow morning.

Fastest Lady, Sian Tovey.

Sian Tovey (Dooleys Cycles) took the honours in the Ladies race, with a comfortable 27 second win over Christine McLean (Shetland Wheelers). Shelley Farrar (DTCC) taking the bronze medal a further 29 seconds back.

Only four Juniors registered times in their event, the low entry numbers surely being something of a worry, Nevis Cycles’ Ben Miller was the fastest from Craig Ward (Ythan CC) and Thomas Dees (Cuilan Wheelers).

First Junior, Ben Miller.

The Dooley Cycles guys who organised this event did a great job, with the marshalls, course markers and warning signs plentiful and well positioned, but I reckon the guy who was blatantly following his rider in his car, spare wheels and bike at the ready, WorldTour style, was lucky there didn’t appear to be any mobile commissaires out and about…

Results - Scottish 10 Mile Time Trial Championships 2012

Ladies & Juniors

1 20 SIAN TOVEY DOOLEYS CYCLES RT L 00:23:59
2 30 CHRISTINE MCLEAN SHETLAND WHEELERS L 00:24:26
3 5 SHELLEY FARRAR DTCC L 00:24:55
4 25 ELAINE LOWDEN GLASGOW WHEELERS L 00:25:10
5 17 TINA REID SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT L 00:25:14
6 22 ANNE MURRAY MORAY FIRTH CC L 00:25:18
7 10 JENNIFER EILERTSEN DOOLEYS CYCLES RT L 00:25:25
8 28 LOUISE HASTON CITY OF EDINBURGH L 00:25:52
9 4 JULIE ANNE ERSKINE ABERDEEN WHEELERS L 00:26:04
10 19 TONI MC INTOSH AYR ROADS CC L 00:26:25
11 23 TERI WISHART THEBICYCLEWORKS.COM L 00:26:41
12 29 LORRAINE BROWN LESLIE BIKE SHOP L 00:26:43
13 24 MADDY ROBINSON VELO CLUB MOULIN L 00:27:25
14 12 JENNI NICHOLSON SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT L 00:27:29
15 6 ANNA HARRIS ANGUS BIKE CHAIN L 00:27:43
16 14 LYNNE WARDROP AYR ROADS CC L 00:28:08
17 2 ISOBEL FLETCHER GLASGOW WHEELERS L 00:28:28
18 9 AILEEN SCOTT G3R/FUSION TRI CLUB L 00:28:46

Juniors

1 8 BEN MILLER NEVIS CYCLES RT J 00:23:23
2 3 CRAIG WARD YTHAN CC J 00:24:46
3 18 THOMAS DEES CUILLIN WHEELERS J 00:26:32
4 13 FINLAY STRIVENS CAIRNGORM CC J 00:28:35

Senior Men

1 120 ARTHUR DOYLE DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:20:04 1st Team
2 111 IAIN GRANT DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:20:05 1st Team
3 117 BEN PEACOCK PAISLEY VELO RT 00:20:09
4 92 JAMES MACALLUM RAPHA CONDOR SHARP 00:20:34
5 110 ALAN THOMSON SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT 00:20:44
6 114 JIM CUSICK GLASGOW COURIERS 00:20:48
7 116 SILAS GOLDSWORTHY SANDY WALACE CYCLES RT 00:21:01
8 95 ROBERT CARSON LESLIE BIKE SHOP 00:21:08
9 118 CARLOS RIISE SHETLAND WHEELERS 00:21:09
10 113 CHRIS SMART PAISLEY VELO RT 00:21:13
11 119 PETER ETTLES SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT 00:21:13
12 90 GRAEME COCKBURN GLASGOW WHEELERS 00:21:14
13 40 GAVIN SHIRLEY DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:21:28 1st Team
14 100 STEVE NUTLEY SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT 00:21:28
15 80 THOMAS GORDON DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:21:29
16 70 DAVID GIBSON DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:21:34
17 60 RICHARD HUNTER PERTH UNITED CC 00:21:35
18 58 PETER MURDOCH TEAM CYCLE LANE 00:21:37
19 104 NICK TRYON RMRMCA 00:21:43
20 105 GARY ROBSON GALA CC 00:21:44
21 55 JAMIE KENNEDY GLASGOW COURIERS 00:21:50
22 108 NEIL WALKER WALKERS CYCLING 00:21:54
23 14 IAN KING VELOCITY 44 STIRLING 00:21:59
24 37 GRAEME HAY STIRLING BIKE CLUB 00:21:59
25 45 DAVID MCLELLAN DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:22:07
26 32 STUART MORAN NEVIS CYCLES RT 00:22:10
27 15 SEAN GRAY DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:22:11
28 77 JEREMY GREENGRASS MILLERHOLMES/CARETH/SOLID ROCK 00:22:11
29 35 MARK EWING WEST LOTHIAN CLARION 00:22:18
30 107 GERRY MC GARRITY INVERCLYDE VELO 00:22:18
31 57 MICHEAL ROBB AYR ROADS CC 00:22:19
32 52 KEITH ALLAN MILL SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT 00:22:21
33 29 GORDON MURDOCH TEAM CYCLE LANE 00:22:22
34 72 DAVID ROBINSON ? 00:22:25
35 5 STEVE DAVIDSON PERTH UNITED CC 00:22:27
36 71 DANIEL MC SHANE GLASGOW ROAD CLUB 00:22:27
37 85 DAVID MILLAR GLASGOW COURIERS 00:22:28
38 50 IAN SIM PAISLEY VELO RT 00:22:30
39 115 BRENDAN MC CABE ABERDEEN WHEELERS 00:22:30
40 67 ANDREW UNDERWOOD GLASGOW WHEELERS 00:22:31
41 96 GRAHAM BARCLAY LESLIE BIKE SHOP 00:22:31
42 10 STEVEN BLOM PAISLEY VELO RT 00:22:34
43 17 STEVE CAIRNS PERTH UNITED CC 00:22:38
44 68 ANDREW WILSON STIRLING BIKE CLUB 00:22:38
45 76 JAMES HALL SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT 00:22:41
46 20 RAYMOND JOHNSTON GLASGOW COURIERS 00:22:42
47 54 KEVIN LACKIE MORAY CYCLE RT 00:22:44
48 30 KENNETH ARMSTRONG AYR ROADS CC 00:22:46
49 66 DEREK MCMILLAN ST CHRISTOPHER CC 00:22:47
50 103 DAVID JOHNSTON GALA CC 00:22:48
51 81 GORDON d1ck LOMOND ROADS CC 00:22:58
52 41 CRAIG MC CULLOCH VELO ECOSSE 00:22:59
53 31 CALLUM FINLAYSON FORRES CC 00:23:05
54 82 GORDON STEAD FULLARTON WHEELERS 00:23:06
55 42 JAMIE DREVER GLASGOW WHEELERS 00:23:08
56 27 DAVID WALKER KELSO WHEELERS 00:23:11
57 47 JON CLARKE GLASGOW WHEELERS 00:23:16
58 101 CRAIG GILMOUR FALKIRK BC 00:23:19
59 7 JOHN PATTERSON CLASSIC RACING TEAM 00:23:24
60 86 SADIQ MIR WEST LOTHIAN CLARION 00:23:24
38 CHARLES VINCENT WALKERS CYCLING 00:23:25
65 SCOTT NEWMAN INVERCLYDE VELO 00:23:25
61 51 IAN WILSON DTCC 00:23:27
62 83 NEIL DAWSON FORRES CC 00:23:27
63 84 NEIL CAMPBELL AYR ROADS CC 00:23:35
64 89 BILLY BUNYAN DUNFERMLINE CC 00:23:36
65 9 DOUGLAS KIRKHAM MUSSELBURGH RCC 00:23:37
66 62 MARK SKILLING AYR ROADS CC 00:23:43
67 73 BARRIE MC CUTCHEON DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:23:43
68 102 STEVE BEECH SANDY WALLACE RT 00:23:51
69 56 DAVID MC CORMACK PAISLEY VELO RT 00:23:59
70 109 JAMES MEEK LESLIE BIKE SHOP 00:23:59
71 33 ANDY d1cksON RACE ENGINEERING 00:24:00
72 46 PAUL MCLAFFERTY GLASGOW IVY CC 00:24:00
73 98 JOHN ANDERSON GLASGOW COURIERS 00:24:02
74 34 GIANFRANCO BIANCHINI PAISLEY VELO RT 00:24:07
75 39 PAUL ANDERSON GALA CC 00:24:07
76 63 STUART WHITELAW LOMOND ROADS CC 00:24:07
77 48 JIM TREVOR HULL THURSDAY RC 00:24:09
78 3 GARY BRATT LOMOND ROADS CC 00:24:17
79 19 ALAN MOONEY ROYAL ALBERT CC 00:24:23
80 16 ROBERT KELLY AYR ROADS CC 00:24:30
81 99 NEIL CARPENTER FORRES CC 00:24:31
82 88 TONY NUGENT EAST KILBRIDE RC 00:24:32
83 36 PETER ROBERTSON FORRES CC 00:24:36
84 8 GRAIG MC GOWAN PEDAL POWER RT 00:24:37
85 12 GRAHAM JONES EDINBURGH RC 00:24:49
86 23 ALAN SOLWAY KENOWAY ROAD CLUB 00:24:58
87 21 JOCKY JOHNSTONE ICARUS RACING 00:25:00
88 94 NEIL MUIR EDINBURGH RC 00:25:07
89 43 ALLAN MC LEAN GLASGOW WHEELERS 00:25:17
90 24 JAMES MAC DONALD PAISLEY VELO RT 00:25:22
91 11 BOB TAYLOR DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:25:33
92 49 ROBERT MARSHALL FIFE CENTURY ROAD CLUB 00:25:44
93 78 FRASER GRANT UNATTACHED 00:25:50
94 44 GEOFF SMITH GLASGOW COURIERS 00:25:55
95 64 GORDON JOHNSTON SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT 00:25:56
96 28 GEORGE GRANT FORRES CC 00:26:55
97 13 THOMAS CUMMINGS FIFE CENTURY ROAD CLUB 00:28:46
98 59 ALISTAIR SPEED FIFE CENTURY ROAD CLUB 00:29:05
99 79 DAVID FAIRWEATHER ROYAL ALBERT CC 00:30:19

DNS

1 DAVID LINES PEDAL POWER RT 00:00:00
2 PAUL FRIEL GLASGOW COURIERS 00:00:00
4 ALEX MCPHEE DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:00:00
6 TONY CURRAN DUNFERMLINE CC 00:00:00
18 WILLIAM MUNRO GLASGOW WHEELERS 00:00:00
22 MARTIN LONIE DOOLEYS CYCLES RT 00:00:00
25 MATT HENNON INVERCLYDE VELO 00:00:00
26 STEPHEN CASSIDAY FULLARTON WHEELERS 00:00:00
53 DANIEL CURRAN UNATTACHED 00:00:00
61 ERIC EASSON GLASGOW WHEELERS 00:00:00
69 STUART EASTON SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT 00:00:00
74 ROBERT CAREY DUMFRIES CC 00:00:00
75 IAIN DUGUID BICYCLEWORKS.COM 00:00:00
87 IAN HUMPHREYS SANDY WALLACE CYCLES RT 00:00:00
91 MARK LANG GLASGOW UNITED CC 00:00:00
93 BUD JOHNSTON GLASGOW COURIERS 00:00:00
97 CRAIG d1ck GLASGOW WHEELERS 00:00:00
106 TOM MACDONALD LOMOND ROADS CC 00:00:00
112 BARRY MC GURK GLASGOW COURIERS 00:00:00

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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