Words by Stuart Rae This was the third race in the 2014 WoSCA Road Racing Series. The course started in Aberfoyle and consisted of four significant climbs. Twice up the 'Mini Braes of Greenock' [north of Thornhill along the B822] The Braes of Greenock [along the A81] and a summit finish on top of the Dukes Pass [on the A821)Above Aberfoyle. A course of approximately 60km. with 865m of climbing. Read More
2014 Sam Robinson Memorial RR results
The 40th edition of the Sam Robinson Memorial Road race was held in brilliant sunshine over the hilly Trossachs roads which it has used since its inception in 1975. The climbs for the 40th included the...Read More...
2013 Sam Robinson Memorial RR results
The results of the 39th edition of the Sam Robinson Memorial Road Race held, as always, over a testing course taking in the Duke's Pass are as follows:Read More...
Lake APR 2013 Report
Casting a sideways glance from any part of the race route (in particular towards Ben Venue to the north) you could have been forgiven for thinking this race was an Alpine stage in a grand tour when...Read More...
2012 Sam Robinson Memorial RR Report
Words by Stuart Rae.
The 38th edition of the Sam Robinson Memorial Road Race hosted by Glasgow Nightingale Cycling Club and race sponsors Solid Rock Cycles, got under way under glorious blues skies...
Lake APR 2012 Report
2011 Sam Robinson Memorial RR Report
Words by Stuart Rae. The Sam Robinson Memorial Road Race hosted by Glasgow Nightingale Cycling Club is a highly regarded event in Scottish Cycling's racing calendar. The 2011 event followed...Read More...
Lake APR 2011 Report
LAKE APR 2011 RACE REPORTS
Words by Stuart Rae. Images by Alex Mead. The Glasgow Nightingale sponsored 2011 Lake APR was a well supported event with strong fields for the men's...
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