Aberdeen Wheelers

Congratulations to Lawrence Webster on his absolutely amazing ride in the Lang Way Doon overnight. 325 miles from Tongue to Coldstream in 23Hrs 15 Minutes. I for one am in awe of those stats. Chapeau Sir. ...

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UK Time Trial Championship. Start list.

A select field which includes riders from
Team Sky
Team Katusha - Alpecin
Team Dimension Data
Aberdeen Wheelers Cycling Club

Huge well done to Jamie Davidson for making the cut.

No. Forename Surname Club / Team Name
1 Stephen Cummings Team Dimension Data
2 Alex Dowsett Team Katusha- Alpecin
3 James Gullen JLT Condor
4 Geraint Thomas Team Sky
5 Harry Tanfield Canyon Eisberg
6 Scott Davies Team Dimension Data
7 Mark Christian Aqua Blue Sport
8 Ryan Perry www.drag2zero
9 Daniel Bigham Ribble Cycling
10 Edmund Bradbury JLT Condor
11 Richard Taylor Harry Middleton Cycling Club
12 Daniel Whitehouse Interpro Stradalli Cycling
13 Andrew Disley Team KTM UK
14 Simon Wilson Ribble Cycling
15 Rupert Graham Spirit Tifosi Racing Team
16 Michael Cuming Madison Genesis
17 Ben Hetherington Memil CCN Pro Cycling
18 Tao Geoghegan Hart Team Sky
19 Gruffudd Lewis Ribble Cycling
20 Sam Brand Team Novo Nordisk
21 Jason Bouttell Team KTM UK
22 Andrew Nichols Team B38 / Underpin Racing
23 George Fox Team Bottrill - Vanguard
24 Jack Rees Ribble Cycling
25 Jamie Davidson Aberdeen Wheelers Cycling Club
26 James McLaughlin Guernsey Velo Club
27 Owain Doull MBE Team Sky
28 Ashley Cox Flamme Rouge Cycling Team
29 Danny Grieves GS Metro
30 David Hewett Ribble Cycling
31 Dean Robson Northovers VT
32 Ross Fawcett Pedal Power Cycles Ipswich
33 Ken Buckley Morvelo Basso RT
34 Andrew Turner Team KTM UK
35 Christopher Lawless Team Sky
36 William Bjergfelt Team Tor 2000 KALAS
37 Paul Elcock ZeroBC
38 George Wood Richardsons-Trek RT
39 Connor Swift Madison Genesis
40 Tom Ward Langdale Lightweights
41 Jacob Tipper Memil CCN Pro Cycling
42 John Archibald Ribble Cycling
43 Jonathan Dibben Team Sky
44 Fraser Rounds Team KTM UK
45 David Griffiths Bioracer-Project G

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Neish and Low Trophies 17 June 2018 AB25/8 [A90]

Jamie's season continues with another cracking "25" putting a Wheeler name on the old Trophy for the first time in around two decades. With Matt Cockerell getting a fine 3rd place and Four Wheelers in the top Six it was indeed a Wheeler day.

Every Wheeler in the field was on song apart from an unfortunate Iain Watson who retired early wheezing with breathing difficulties.

Jamie's name goes on the Brian Low Trophy.

In the SVTTA John Cramb [handicap] competition it was 81 year old Al [ABG] Washington from Caithness who, with a startling 1:04:55, edged it from Deeside's fast improving Ron Lowe.
Deeside's Jim Robb was there defending and seemed reasonably happy with his "1:05"

A nice spread by organiser Dan Ewing, Amy and mum Sheila.
Dan tells me he has had a number of compliments passed on re: the event 🙂

Top six and Wheelers:

Jamie (AWCC) 50:46
Tom Broadbent Elgin CC 52:29
Matt Cockerell (AWCC) 53:12
Angus Wilson Dundee Thistle 53:58
Martin Reynolds (AWCC) 54:31
Jono Hunter (AWCC)55:00
10th Iain Macleod (AWCC) 56:18

14th Steve Shand (AWCC) 59:10
19th Matt Howe (AWCC)1:01:09
31st Colin Sim (AWCC)1:07:28 [Comeback man with bits hingin' aff his bike, sort of]

Top Lady: Amanda Tweedie RT23 1:02:11

Cramb Trophy: Alisdair Washington Caithness CC 1:04:11 [nett 0:47:44]

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