Road: Stokes takes victory in the Lothian Flyer RR

Road: Stokes takes victory in the Lothian Flyer RR

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Location: Stobo, Peebles
Event: 27 July 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

William Stokes (Pedal Power RT) powered his way to his first ever victory in the 44-mile 4th category Lothian Flyer RR around Stobo, Peebles.

Stokes, aged 47 and from Lanark, only started racing this season and his best position before the race was 4th in SWSCP Dalbeattie Classic.

He powered to victory ahead of the 41 finishers and took the Lothian Flyer Cup ahead of Bair Martin, from Falkirk in second place and David Stephen (Falkirk Bicycle Club) finishing third.


1 William Stokes Pedal Power RT

2 Blair Martin Falkirk Bicycle Club

3 David Stephen Stirling Bike Club

4 Calum Gray Equipe Velo Ecosse/Montpeliers

5 Andrew Scholes West Lothian Clarion CC

6 Chris McLean Gala Cycling Club

7 David Laurie Glasgow Nightingale CC

8 Bill Wilkie Edinburgh RC

9 James MacDonald Edinburgh RC

10 Peter Wakely Edinburgh RC

11 Simon Kirkness

12 Andrew Keba Edinburgh RC

13 Richard McGhee Vortex Race Team

14 Keith Greenwood West Lothian Clarion CC

15 Charles Vincent Walkers Cycling Club

16 Jarlath Flynn Edinburgh RC

17 Oscar Marletta VC Glasgow South

18 Iain Elliott West Lothian Clarion CC

19 Alastair McGibbon Ayr Roads Cycling Club

20 James Howard ActivCycles-Corbridge RT

21 Kris Lindsay Edinburgh RC

22 Tim Caine Berwick Wheelers CC

23 John Dunlop Loudoun RC

24 Alan Maxwell Pedal Power RT

25 Dougal Allan Edinburgh RC

26 Ross Dymock Glasgow Green Cycle Club

27 Neil Brown Pedal Power RT

28 Lauri Peil Edinburgh RC

29 Stuart Dun Edinburgh University CC

30 Kelvin White Deeside Thistle CC

31 Gordon Jackson Hawick CC

32 Christopher Lockhart Fife Cycling 2000

33 Neil Scott Aberdeen University CC

34 Nicholas Trowell Edinburgh RC

35 AndrewScorey Berwick Wheelers CC

36 Jason Smith Glasgow Green

37 Simon Fairfull Velo Club Moulin

38 Steve Dauncey Edinburgh RC

39 Chris Banks Edinburgh University CC

40 Robert Anderson Fife Cycling 2000

41 Steven Keay Pedal Power RT

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