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Cycling and mountain biking in Scotland - what’s on

If you haven’t been mountain biking in Scotland before, you’ve been missing a treat. Scotland was voted a Global Superstar by the IMBA in 2005 for its outstanding mountain biking, from the rolling hills of the Borders to the rugged landscapes of the Highlands. The country has the largest continuous area of high ground in Britain, with more than 700 mountains over 2,000 feet, along with fantastic mountain bike centres like the 7stanes, Leanachan Forest, and Laggan WolfTrax.

activity highlights

26th April 2014, Highlands:

Join us for the annual Black Isle Cycle Challenge and help raise funds for Highland Hospice.

27th April 2014, Edinburgh:

The Edinburgh Dog & Cat Home and Lifes Cycle are holding a charity ride to raise money for the animals in EDCH’s care.

3rd & 4th May 2014, Scottish Borders:

The Borders Ciclista is very different to any other Sportive event in the UK.

10th May 2014, Highlands:

The Glencalvie Challenge is a sponsored walking, running or biking event for charity across the Scottish Highlands organised by the Inverness Culloden Rotary Club.

9th May-11 May 2014, Moray:

For ages 1-100.

24th May 2014, Scottish Borders:

A seven-hour MTB race for individuals and teams of two or three, with the emphasis on great trails and a ton of fun.

24th May 2014, Northern Highlands:

Bealach is the UK’s biggest road climb at 2053ft (626m) from sea level in just 6miles (10k).

24th May - 8th June 2014, Scottish Borders:

TweedLove is a two-week festival of bike-riding and good times in the cycle-friendly Tweed Valley, an area with hundreds of miles of the country’s best trails, tracks and roads.

14th June 2014, Cairngorms:

The UK’s highest event on a public road (632m).

15th June 2014, Stirling:

New for the Trossachs Ton 2014 is the Double Duke; two ascents of the Dukes Pass on the Champion route.

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