Tour de Trossachs attracts top field

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Although the start sheet for the Tour de Trossachs on October 3 has still to be finalised, it looks a very interesting race. Due to extra demand for places the field has been extended to 140, and both national and world champions are down to take part, as well as number of newcomers who want to try this classic course.

Arthur Doyle (Dooleys RT) will defend his title for the third time, with the big question being will he beat the hill climb and course record set by Jason McIntyre in 2007? Alistair Robinson (Team Leslie Bike Shop), who was second to Matt Bottrill at last week's Rudy Project race in North Yorkshire, will be hoping to improve on last year's ninth position and is in form.

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