David Campbell Memorial Road Race

Road , Leven – Sunday, 27 Apr 2014

Event Details

Event URN:

301982

Start Date:

Sun, 27th Apr 2014

Event Type:

Road (Competitive)

Venue:

Kennoway Primary School, Langside Crescent, Kennoway, Leven, Fife, KY8 5LW
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Entry close date

Sun, 6th Apr 2014

The Races

Date Start Race name Classification Band Rider Cat Race length
27/04/14 11:00 E/1/2/3 - 130 km National B Band 2 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite 130km / 81 miles

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Race E/1/2/3
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat
Sun 27/04/14 11:00 National B Band 2 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite
Entry: Postal: (£15.00), On Day: (£20.00)
Race E/1/2/3
Sun 27/04/14 - 11:00
Classification: National B
Band: Band 2
Rider Cat: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite
Entry: Postal: (£15.00), On Day: (£20.00)

Atkins wins 2014 David Campbell Memorial Road Race

Posted 27/04/2014 - David Bean

Report by Snowdon Sports

Team Raleigh’s George Atkins took an impressive win on a tough course in Fife on Sunday as he topped the podium at the David Campbell Memorial Road Race.

The race took in 81 miles of racing, spread out over four laps and two laps of a finishing circuit. All of the laps included a brutal climb up to the finish which proved to be what separated the top riders from the rest of the field.

There was a break of ten riders on the first lap and they stayed away for the entire duration of the race, eventually being whittled down as the race wore on.

It came down to a two-man sprint up the final climb to decide the race and it was Atkins who crossed the line five seconds ahead of Rigmar Racer Steve Lawley.

Paisley Velo rider Peter Murdoch was third, 40 seconds down on Atkins and his team-mate, Scott McCrossan was fourth, 2:02 off the winner’s pace.

KTM Road and Trail’s Gary Hand was crowned King of the Mountains and Team Leslie Bike Shop/Biker’s Boutique left with the team prize.

Results:

1 Geogre Atkins (Team Raleigh) 3:15:59
2 Steven Lawley (The Rigmar Racers) at 5sec
3 Peter Murdoch (Paisley Velo RT) at 40 sec
4 Scott McCrossan (Paisley Velo RT) at 2:02
5 Gary Hand (KTM road-and-trail.com) at same time
6 Craig Adams (Team Leslie Bike Shop/Biker’s Boutique) at same time
7 Jamie Henderson (Spokes RT) at 3:13
8 Chris Harney (VC Edinburgh) at 3:24
9 Bradley Stokes (Pedal Sport RT) at 3:26
10 Robert Hassan (KTM road-and-trail.com) at same time

King of the Mountains
: Gary Hand
Team: Team Leslie Bike Shop/Biker’s Boutique

 

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Confirmed Results

Race E/1/2/3

Position Name Club name Rider status Category Points
Results
1 George Atkins Raleigh GAC Finished Elite 60
2 Steven Lawley The Racers Finished 1st 52
3 Peter Murdoch Paisley Velo Race Team Finished Elite 45
4 Scott McCrossan Paisley Velo Race Team Finished Elite 40
5 Gary Hand KTM road-and-trail.com Finished Elite 35
6 Craig Adams Leslie Bike Shop/Bikers Boutiq... Finished 1st 31
7 Jamie Henderson Spokes Racing Team Finished 3rd 27
8 Chris Harney Velo Club Edinburgh Finished 2nd 23
9 Bradley Stokes Pedal Power RT Finished 2nd 20
10 Robert Hassan KTM road-and-trail.com Finished 2nd 17
11 Ryan Fenwick The Racers Finished 2nd 15
12 Veli-Matti Raikkonen Granite City RT Finished 2nd 13
13 Simon Van Bellen Aberdeen Wheelers CC Finished 2nd 11
14 Gary McCrae Leslie Bike Shop/Bikers Boutiq... Finished 2nd 9
15 Calum Foster Leslie Bike Shop/Bikers Boutiq... Finished 3rd 7
16 Jack Richards Deeside Thistle CC Finished 3rd 6
17 David Anderson Granite City RT Finished 2nd 5
18 Kenneth Riddle Moray Firth Cycling Club Finished 2nd 3
19 Lewis Oliphant Velo Club Edinburgh Finished 2nd 2
20 Dominic Hines Velo Club Edinburgh Finished 2nd 1
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