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 […]