Wednesday October 01, 2014



Arthur Campbell RR

2014 Race - Sat 12th July 2014

In memorial to Arthur Campbell the Glasgow Wheelers' annual RR is held in his name rather than the previous Kirkintilloch Trophy RR held for many years.
After the inaugural editions were held over the Lake of Menteith course, the last two years have seen the use of the Stewarton circuit, south of Newton Mearns, using the A77. The course has been used in the Drummond Trophy and was also used in the 2010 Scottish Road Race Champs. Such a tough course can only produce a proper champion and is therefore a fitting tribute to this great man who contributed so much to this Club and this nation's cycling tradition. The event is being organised this year by Donald Shearer.

2014 BRIEFING NOTES



This year there will just be one race which will be part of the WOSCA RR 2014 Series. Open to 3rd/4th Cat riders it tackles several laps of the Stewarton circuit over a 50 mile course.

British Cycling Results & report for 2013 race
Braveheart Results on 2012 race

Full report on 2011 race and photos.

Full report on 2010 race and videos/photos.


View Stewarton Circuit in a larger map British Cycling Calendar - Arthur Campbell Road Race
















Race organiser: Donald Shearer

Entries can be made by British Cycling website


Fees: £15
Entry closing date: 4th July 2014

Start 11:00

Location: Whitecraigs RC
199-201 Aurs Road,
Newton Mearns, Glasgow
G77 6PX
Sign on: From 9:15-10:30

Commissaires: TBC
Contact: donald_wheresyertroosers@hotmail.com


Past Winners:
2013 - Scott McCrossan (Rock to Roll Cycles)
2012 - Peter Murdoch (Team Cycle Lane)
2011- Robbie Hassan (Endura Development Squad)
2010 - Robbie Hassan (Glasgow Wheelers)
2009 - Graham McGarrity (Dooleys Cycles)
2008 - David Lines (Pedal Power)

Arthur Campbell - GWCC LegendArthur Campbell, MBE sadly passed away in 2007. A prominent UCI official in his time as well as being a long serving President of both the SCU and BCF, Arthur was well known in both national and international cycling circles. His influence extended to helping out countless riders, including giving French lessons to a prodigious talent by the name of Robert Millar and arranging passage and French Club places for promising Scottish riders. He was a one man Braveheartfund in a different time. His persuasive powers even convinced Eddy Merckx and Gino Bartali to attend Wheelers end of year dinners! A full history of Arthur can be found in the Club's Hall of Fame.