From: Lockerbie to: Lockerbie (50 miles round trip) Start: 09:00, Somerton House Hotel, Carlisle Road, Lockerbie. Children 1st Charity sponsored event. Circular route,using mainly B & C roads, through beautiful rural countryside in Annandale. A great day out for families or groups of friends. Suitable for all ages. Rest stops, refreshments, marshalling & first aid are all provided. Entry fee: £6 pre-booked, £7 0n the day. under 16 £3.
From: Galashiels to: various (Distance n/a) Start: 0930, Queens Centre, Melrose Road, Galashiels Day two of weekend-long cycling festival. Choice of guided rides: Challenge Route: Tibbie Shiels (55 miles), Enthusiast Route: The Banks of the Ettrick (34 miles), Family Route: South to Selkirk (15 miles), Off-road Fun Route: Gala Hill and Boleside (12 miles), Register in advance for free T shirt. All riders entered into prize draw for Raleigh mountain bike courtesy of Gala Cycles. Entry fee: £3 (adult), Free for under-16s
From: Glasgow to: [n/a] ([Distance n/a]) Start: 11:00, opening rides from all around Glasgow from 10:00 A day-long family-oriented celebration of all forms of cycling with a range of events for everyone, from family groups and newcomers to experienced cyclists. Glasgow Cyclefest is part of the annual Bike Week celebrations and the Glasgow West End Festival. Featured events include: Opening guided rides from around Glasgow (from 10:00) converging on Kelvingrove Park. Cycle Skills Challenge course and other events for children. Five Mile Challenge: Introductory rides for newcomers or returners to cycling. Special Olympics and SCU Criterium cycle races on a closed circuit in the park. Guided group rides on routes around Glasgow and into the countryside. Bicycle parade in conjunction with the West End Festival. Trader marquees with stalls from local cycle shops and organisations. Dr Bike, on hand to give cycle maintenance advice. ..and more: see website/flyers for full details.
From: Edinburgh to: Edinburgh (25 miles approx) Start: 19:00, Commonwealth Pool A relaxing evening ride with the Club. Suitable for everyone - we are NOT a racing club - especially those wanting to do a bit more than going to the shops. Children must have a parent with them, please. The Tuesday evening rides go from 7 May to 27 August. Visitors welcome any week - some rides may be quite demanding, others will be easier. We adjust to the riders. Come and join us.Spokes Bike Breakfast, Edinburgh
From: n/a to: n/a (n/a) Start: 08:00, City Chambers, High Street, Edinburgh Come for a free buffet breakfast supplied by City of Edinburgh Council, stalls, competitions. A very good way to start your working day!
From: Rouken Glen Park, Giffnock, East Renfrewshire to: Rouken Glen Park, Giffnock, East Renfrewshire (As many circuits of the park as you can manage!) Start: 19:00, The Pavilion, Rouken Glen Park, Giffnock, East Renfrewshire Family event suitable for all ages and experience. Includes guided bike ride for all, skills challenge for kids, indoor information display. 2 bikes available for the mobility impaired.
From: Rothesay to: A circular route starting and ending in Rothesay (21 miles round trip) Start: 10.30, Opposite the Pavilion in Rothesay This 21 mile route goes around the beautiful Isle of Bute with views across to the Mull of Kintyre and the Isle of Arran.It also passes through the lovely private grounds of Mount Stuart House. The route is entirely on road surfaces with some hills but suitable for all. Bike hire is available on the island.
From: Edinburgh to: St Andrews (Distance n/a) Start: [unknown time], Join 1000 other cyclists on this popular charity bike ride to raise funds for LEPRA, which aims to restore health, hope and dignity to leprosy patients. LEPRA helps leprosy sufferers in India, Africa, Mozambique, Angola, Brazil and Madagascar.
Sat 29 June - Sun 30
From: Meadowbank Velodrome, Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh to: [n/a] ([Distance n/a]) Start: Heats from 11:00, racing proper 13:00, Meadowbank Velodrome, Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh International track meeting featuring World Class cyclists together with supporting events for local and British riders. Watch the top riders comepte for the last time before the Commonwealth Games in Manchester. Scotland's Premier Cycling event. Entry fee: Spectator entry FREE
From: Cupar to: Cupar (100 Km round trip) Start: 10:00, Age Concern Hall, Provost Wynd, Cupar A 100 Km Audax event around NE Fife Entry fee: £3.50
From: Edinburgh, Saughton Priosn to: Cramond and loop back to Saughton Priosn (15 mile loop ride) Start: 10:00, Saughton Prison, Gorgie Road, Edinburgh Using Cycle Route 1 and some very short stretches of road, the route is a loop ride from Saughton Prison through Craigleith to Cramond and back to Saughton via Davidson's Mains. Suitable for all the family at any level of cycling experience. Rest Stops in Craigleith and Cramond and free BBQ at the finish in Saughton. Road sections will be marshalled and the whole route will be signposted. Entry fee: £5 for adults £2.50 for children, £10 on the day entry Closing date for entries: Entry available on the day but the cost is increased.
From: Garva Bridge, Upper Speyside to: Kincraig, Speyside (43 miles) Start: [unknown time], Garva Bridge Charity ride for Speyside Handicapped Holiday Trust, a charity helping disabled people to enjoy the outdoors. A mountain bike event, 17 miles over Scotland's highest mountain road (775m) and 26 miles on tarmac road, along the River Spey. Finish at Kincraig Village Fete and Ceilidh. Lots of prizes, medals to finishers, free hospitality and camping. Also associated charity hill walk and duathlon. Closing date for entries: Please enter in advance
From: Camperdown Park, Dundee to: A selection of routes within the Park (varied) Start: 10.00 to 11.00, Inside Camperdown Park, exact location to be decided A new event specially for children under 14 years old offering a variety of routes within the confines of the Park. Medals for all participants and prizes for top fundraisers etc.
From: Glasgow to: Glasgow (30 miles) Start: 10:00, Bell's Bridge, Exhibition Centre, Finnieston, Glasgow. Via Clyde Walkway and Bothwell to Strathclyde Park; return via E Kilbride and Carmunnock
From: Inverurie to: [n/a] (25 miles round trip) Start: 12:00, Kellands Park, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire 25 miles round trip, starting and finishing in Inverurie. Takes in the spectacular scenery of the Garioch including Bennachie and the River Don. Sponsored event in aid of local and national charities. Attracts over a 1000 riders of all ages, including families and works teams.