Galloway RECYCLE SPORTIVE

the rotary club of Kirkcudbright

THE EVENT

THE AREA

THE ROUTES

 Galloway ReCycle Sportive 2016  

 KIRKCUDBRIGHT 
SATURDAY AUGUST 13th 
£25 PER PERSON 

 Riders' Instructions

 Terms and Conditions
 Routes

 ****2016 RESULTS****

 

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The picturesque fishing town of Kirkcudbright sits in the beautiful Galloway countryside where quiet roads are perfect for cycling along the coast and up and down rolling hills. Known as The Artists' Town, Kirkcudbright has been home to many distinguished artists who have been drawn to the beauty of the area and its special light. Hotels, guest houses and self catering cottages offer a variety of accommodation options in this lovely corner of south west Scotland.
*Special offer for entrants at The Selkirk Arms Hotel £100 per night for room and full Scottish breakfast 01557 330402* 

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Starting and finishing in Kirkcudbright, three amazing routes (30 miles, 67 miles and 102 miles) cater for different levels of fitness and stamina. All routes take riders through a variety of quiet, beautiful scenery along the coast, beside lochs, through woodland and up and down some fantastic hills. Food, water, first aid kits and toilets are available on all routes.

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PREVIOUS EVENTS

2015   199 cyclists from Scotland and the north of England attended the event.
Thanks to our sponsors: Ken Bridge Hotel in New Galloway; H M Paton of Auchencairn and Tunnocks, who helped fuel the race.

2014  234 cyclists attended the fourth Galloway ReCycle Sportive event.

Read more for previous years' results, photos and blog...

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Galloway RECYCLE sportive  -   SUPPoRTING CHARITIES

Galloway ReCycle Sportive 
is an annual summer event organised by the Rotary Club of Kirkcudbright to raise money for charities. Run by volunteers, its costs are kept to a minimum so that almost all the money raised goes directly to the charities themselves:

Rotary Club charities

Killie Can Cycle 

Bikes 4 Africa

 

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