Words: Trials Guru
Photos: Scottish Television; Jack Williamson & Iain Lawrie
Some good news for a change!
89 year old former trials rider and SSDT competitor, Bobby MacLeod from Fort William who now resides in a Stirling care home, has survived Covid-19.
Featured in a Scottish TV mid-evening television programme ‘Scotland Tonight’ Bobby looked well after recovering from the life threatening contageon at an Abbeyfield House care establishment.
Bobby rode the Scottish Six Days Trial several times and was usually in company with his brother, the late Billy MacLeod.
He was given the honour of being the ‘official starter’ at the 2011 Scottish Six Days Centenary event, which he enjoyed immensely as he was able to chat to the riders as he flagged them away from the West End Parc Ferme. He was later interviewed on local Nevis Radio.
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Hi great to hear he is ok did not know it was him on the Tele old trials riders are made of hard stuff I remember him back in 60 ts.Lochaber air.might be the Vaccine. Jock.