GRAEME OBREE TALKS TO DCR97.4FM –STAGE THREE “BRUTAL” BUT IT WAS GREAT!

Written by on 05/04/2015

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Brutal it certainly was says The Flying Scotsman Graeme Obree talking to Derek McIntyre for DCR97.4fm I really did need another gear to get up the stage three hill.

Graeme who twice broke the world hour record  and was the individual pursuit world champion taking the Gold medal twice chatted to Derek after the inaugural Ride and Run the latest in a series of events organised by Dunoons PA23 BID.

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He said he really loved the concept the best part being you can take your time and talk to people it’s very sociable.

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You can hear Derek talking to Graeme between 9.00am and 12.00pm Bank holiday morning and we have posted some photos from and around the Dunoon Gardens Bandstand.

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Another competitor singing the praises of Dunoons first ever Ride and Run was local businessman Iain Cairns who won the three stage timed run around roads, Dunoon Stadium and the Bishops Glen

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Just in case you missed the results here are the top 3 in each event

RIDE ONLY

1st  139   Graham Obree

2nd 142   Charlie Milvarnie

3rd   13    Robert Bryce

RIDE & RUN

 

1st   3      Paul Bailey/ Ruth Joss

2ST  139  Graham Munro

 3rd   64    Andrew Logan

 

RUN ONLY

1st   19     Iain Cairns

2nd   107  Roger Stewart

3RD   61   Hugh Laverty

You can check out all the results at

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http://www.nofussevents.co.uk/event/Dunoon-Ride-and-Run/3000/

and to see the incredible photographs of  all the competitors by Ken Clark https://www.facebook.com/kenclarkphotography.co.uk

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Like his page and be prepared to be amazed

and check out the DCR97.4FM face book  https://www.facebook.com/dcr97.4fm?fref=ts

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