Limited places available
10 SEPTEMBER 2017 – GLASGOW TO EDINBURGH – 45 MILES – All riders receive a medal – Transport available
The Classic Challenge Gold gives you or your team the chance to enjoy the Classic Challenge route with fantastic extras that will make your Glasgow to Edinburgh ride even more memorable. It’s perfect for any team or single rider – a great day out to support a great cause like the STV Children’s Appeal!
Starting in Glasgow and finishing at The Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh, riders can enjoy a host of added benefits including bag transfer, queue jump for catering, VIP finishers marquee, team photos, prizes and more.
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CLASSIC CHALLENGE GOLD RIDERS RECEIVE:
In addition to the offerings along the Classic Challenge for standard entry, only Classic Challenge Gold participants receive the following extras:
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*Bulk buy and referral discounts refunded after 10th September 2017.
Glasgow Green from 7:30 to 9.30am for the Classic Challenge Gold. If you are feeling like you may take a bit longer to finish the route, please choose an earlier start time.
45 Mile Classic Challenge Gold – £38
Bus and Truck Transport: £20.
Transport can be booked for you and your bike either from Edinburgh to Glasgow Green on the morning of the event to get to the start line, or after the ride from Edinburgh back to Glasgow Green. You will be given a place on a bus while your bike will be transported in a truck. You will be given a ticket to collect your bike at the other end.
Tram Transport – £3 return
Transport for Edinburgh Trams can be purchased at time of registration via website. All proceeds will be donated to charity.
Referral discount – refer at least 5 people to take part in Pedal for Scotland 2017 and receive a 5% rebate after the event
Bulk Team discount – register at team of more than 15 to receive a 5% discount on your entry
Follow the registration process for further instructions.
The ride’s huge popularity is due to the combination of a great route that is traffic free and the fact that it takes in Scotland’s two largest cities via stunning countryside. It’s the perfect challenge for both regular riders and those who haven’t cycled in a while – a few weeks training is enough to get in shape.
There are rest stops around every ten miles or so serving free refreshments, taking in the beautiful Scottish countryside, topped off with entertainment and stalls at The Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh, making for the perfect active day out for groups of friends, family or work mates. Transport can also be booked to get you and your bike to the start at Glasgow Green, or home from the finish line in Edinburgh.