Scottish Cycling National Veterans Road Race Championships heads to Falkirk

Scottish Cycling National Veterans Road Race Championships heads to Falkirk

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This Sunday 14th June, the Scottish Cycling National Veterans Road Race Championships will take place in Falkirk as part of the Tom Anderson Memorial Road Race.

Over 60 of Scotland’s best veteran cyclist’s will take to the roads of Falkirk to compete for the chance to take home the well sought after national Champions title. Veterans 40+ and 50+ Champions from 2014’s, Kenny Riddle from Inverness and Graham McGarrity from Wishaw, will be battling it out on the course to defend their titles.

Craig Burn, Scottish Cycling’s Chief Executive said: Scottish Cycling are delighted that the Scottish Cycling National Championships are taking place in Falkirk this weekend. This is a chance for the best riders throughout the country to come together and compete for a coveted National Championship title on one of our many great courses we have here in Scotland.” 

“Scottish Cycling would like to thank the organiser Craig Moffat and Falkirk Bike Club for hosting the event as well as all the volunteers, officials and riders who make events like this possible.”

 

2014 Champions

VETERANS ROAD RACE (Over 40’s)

Name: Kenneth Riddle

Team: Moray Firth Cycling Club

Home town: Inverness

 

VETERANS ROAD RACE (Over 50’s)

Name: Graham McGarrity

Team: www.Dooleys-Cycles.co.uk

Home town: Wishaw