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10 TT by TEN CC 2022
Report and Results


Thank you to Brian, our timekeeper, for the results and write up. Well done to all.


Lovely late summer sunshine & a gentle breeze graced the day for the riders who were all set to go for the 09:30 start.

Plenty space to warm up in the HQ car park at the school as well as the mile or so to the actual start line.

A lovely relatively flat course awaited, and some keen times were expected and duly delivered.


4 Youths & 1 Junior headed the field followed by 3 Ladies with 26 Men representing a good spread of local clubs had entered.


Fastest on the day was the man of the moment, Lee Rosie of Spokes. He has been at the front end of almost all the events staged in the North East and today was no exception. He finished with a race time of 20:46, a hefty 44 seconds ahead of 2nd placed rider, Chris Petrie of Aberdeen Wheelers who finished with a race time of 21:30. 3rd fastest today was Calum Gibb of Deeside Thistle with a spritely 22:02. Both Chris & Calum have also been in sparkling form this year but today the race belonged to Lee.


1st Female to finish was Evie White of Deeside Thistle with a respectful time of 26:25. Evie has only this year moved up to Junior age category but still capable of going quicker than many, male or female, young or old. 2nd Female home today was Margaret McMillan of Deeside Thistle with a time of 26:45, with Sara Stead also of Deeside Thistle claiming 3rd fastest Female in a time of 27:29.


Today there were awards for Vets on Standard and the Male victor was Mark Walker of Deeside Thistle with a +4:24. The Female victor was Margaret McMillan with a +3:04


1st Youth was Gilles Grant of Forres CC whose journey across the North was rewarded with the win in a time of 26:58.


The SCNEG Youth TT Championship Trophy was up for grabs today & it was claimed by the fastest SCNEG club finisher & that was Euan Ramsay of Deeside Thistle in a time of 27:46

Thanks to all the other volunteers who came forward to help stage this event, whether that was staffing the sign on desk, marshalling at a corner or simply being that friendly face encouraging riders & offering direction on where to be. Races like this are fully reliant on the goodwill & generosity of others to make them a success. Today was clearly one of those days!

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