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Inverness cycling duo Scott Davidson and Andrew MacRae create history at Etape Loch Ness as both cyclist tie for fastest time

Inverness cycling duo Scott Davidson and Andrew MacRae create history at Etape Loch Ness as both cyclist tie for fastest time

Inverness cyclists Scott Davidson and Andrew MacRae made history at the Etape Loch Ness as for the first time in the event there was a…

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Inverness cyclists Scott Davidson and Andrew MacRae made history at the Etape Loch Ness as for the first time in the event there was a tie for the fastest finish. Scott Davidson and Andrew MacRae shared the fastest time title. Picture: Callum Mackay The Moray Firth Cycling Club (MFCC) duo both crossed the line in a time of two hours, 46 minutes and 04 seconds to both claim the fastest rider award.

In addition, MFCC riders Darren Dean and Richie Sim both shared third place in a time 2.46.05 with only one second between the four fastest riders.

Davidson, a mechanic, who also runs Bikes of Inverness, says he was delighted that Moray Firth Cycling Club dominated the podium saying the club had put in a lot of work to be successful in the 2022 event.

"I feel we have made a good statement for Moray Firth Cycling Club," he said.

"We are a good club and we work well together and everyone has worked really hard to compete at this year’s event.

"We do a lot of work together in preparation for events, and we cycle five to six hours a week in training.

"It wasn’t a personal best for me, but last year I came in third place." Andrew Macrae, Scott Davidson, Darren Dean and Richie Sim. Picture: Callum Mackay. MacRae, a joiner for Compass Building Construction, who returned to the event after taking a few years off, says recording the joint fastest time was also a personal statement that age is no […]

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