The Georgetown Cup is the final event in a summer-long time trial competition held in Inchinnan, Glasgow. It is organised by ACC Velopreda with all proceeds going to the multiple sclerosis charity MS Scotland. It is a terrific event which attracts over 200 riders, eager to round off the season with a flat-out time trial effort over the popular seven mile Georgetown TT course to Houston and back. All the major cycle clubs from the area were there, including three times winners Fullarton Wheelers. After being knocked off the top spot last year FWCC came back with strength in numbers because the top eight times get combined to decide the winning team. FWCC did it with a time of 02:12:04 but they were run close by Johnston Wheelers (2:12:39) and Glasgow Nightingale (2:12:45). The eight fastest Fullarton riders were Stevie Watters, Derek Skinner, Allan Duncan, Jim Ryland, Gordon Stead, Darren Kean, Chris Staples, all of whom were led out by Gordon Graham in a magnificent time of 16:04. With over 200 competitors, and a start time of 09:45, it was an anxious wait for the results. FWCC slipped to second at one point due to an error, but were soon restored to their rightful place. And there it stayed. The Georgetown Cup is notable for a large field of Flying Scots, the famous vintage bike brand. FWCC rider Steve Donaldson was on his original 1976 racing machine and managed to achieve silver in the Flying Scott competition. A fantastic day for Fullarton Wheelers.