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MAY18
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Salomon Trail Running Festival – Edinburgh

Whether you are a seasoned trail runner or eager to find out about the benefits of trail running, these activity-filled days will help you on your trail running journey. With trail running workshops and talks, timed races, demo pools and specialist Salomon advice throughout the day and a relaxed evening with live music and a bar, there's something for everyone. Our festivals are the perfect opportunity to get involved in the trail running community, enjoy the freedom nature offers us and find your local trails. It's time to play.

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Salomon Trail Running Festival – Edinburgh

109 Swanston Rd, Edinburgh EH10 7DS, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Whether you are a seasoned trail runner or eager to find out about the benefits of trail running, these activity-filled days will help you on your trail running journey. With trail running workshops and talks, timed races, demo pools and specialist Salomon advice throughout the day and a relaxed evening with live music and a bar, there's something for everyone. Our festivals are the perfect opportunity to get involved in the trail running community, enjoy the freedom nature offers us and find your local trails. It's time to play.

£15 - £50
Salomon Trail Running Festival – Edinburgh
AUG17
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Rough Runner – Scotland

Are you ready in Scotland?

Thats right, Rough Runner is coming back for the 4th year running! Our inaugural event in 2016 was a great success, soon superseded by our 2017 event, and then even more at our 2018 events in the stunning Penicuik House - that saw over double the numbers and amazing feedback, so we have to come back in 2019!

So were bringing back our awesome, TV game show-inspired obstacles north of the border, although have just moved over to a different, although also stunning new venue, Penicuik Estate, thats right in the middle of a bunch of major Scottish cities. Its an amazing place and it makes for an incredible course.

For those whove been before, come back, take on a long distance and see what new obstacles and fun things we have in store for you!

So go create a team, grab some friends and colleagues and help us to make an absolutely amazing event happen!

Roughian Rascals is also back, but bigger and better, with wet obstacles for the kids! This is a 1 mile course designed specifically for adventure-seeking kids from 7 to 12 years old.

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Rough Runner – Scotland

Penicuik House Café, Penicuik House, Penicuik EH26 9LA, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Are you ready in Scotland?

Thats right, Rough Runner is coming back for the 4th year running! Our inaugural event in 2016 was a great success, soon superseded by our 2017 event, and then even more at our 2018 events in the stunning Penicuik House - that saw over double the numbers and amazing feedback, so we have to come back in 2019!

So were bringing back our awesome, TV game show-inspired obstacles north of the border, although have just moved over to a different, although also stunning new venue, Penicuik Estate, thats right in the middle of a bunch of major Scottish cities. Its an amazing place and it makes for an incredible course.

For those whove been before, come back, take on a long distance and see what new obstacles and fun things we have in store for you!

So go create a team, grab some friends and colleagues and help us to make an absolutely amazing event happen!

Roughian Rascals is also back, but bigger and better, with wet obstacles for the kids! This is a 1 mile course designed specifically for adventure-seeking kids from 7 to 12 years old.

£15 - £69
Rough Runner – Scotland
JUN16
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Gran Fondo Scotland - Summer Edition

By entering either of our events, you will have the chance to ride on some of Britain and Central Scotland's most stunning and iconic roads with 2 distances to choose from in each event. "The Medio Fondo" in our events ranges between 86km-88km. The summer edition takes in 2386ft of elevation gain and our autumn edition takes in 2913ft of elevation gain

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Gran Fondo Scotland - Summer Edition

Stirling Castle, Castle Esplanade, Stirling FK8 1EJ, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

By entering either of our events, you will have the chance to ride on some of Britain and Central Scotland's most stunning and iconic roads with 2 distances to choose from in each event. "The Medio Fondo" in our events ranges between 86km-88km. The summer edition takes in 2386ft of elevation gain and our autumn edition takes in 2913ft of elevation gain

£35
Gran Fondo Scotland - Summer Edition
MAY11
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Gung-Ho! – Edinburgh

Gung-Ho! is an inclusive 5km running event, with a focus on fun and it's coming to Edinburgh in 2019 on 11th May. Get ready to run, jump and climb over some of the the biggest inflatable obstacles in the world and show how Gung-Ho! you really are!

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Gung-Ho! – Edinburgh

100 Melville Dr, Edinburgh EH9 1JY, UKView event
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From the organiser

Gung-Ho! is an inclusive 5km running event, with a focus on fun and it's coming to Edinburgh in 2019 on 11th May. Get ready to run, jump and climb over some of the the biggest inflatable obstacles in the world and show how Gung-Ho! you really are!

£32 - £60
Gung-Ho! – Edinburgh
MAY26
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Edinburgh Marathon Festival

Not just a race, but an entire running festival. From the 5k to the marathon, the super-flat course is perfect for runners of all stripes. Come for a course that is ripe for smashing those personal bests and bask in the weekend's festival atmosphere.

3 reviews
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Edinburgh Marathon Festival

22 Potterrow, Edinburgh EH8 9BL, UKView event
3 reviews
About the event
Not just a race, but an entire running festival. From the 5k to the marathon, the super-flat course is perfect for runners of all stripes. Come for a course that is ripe for smashing those personal bests and bask in the weekend's festival atmosphere.
Reviews
  • Did the EMF Marathon in 2015

    One of my fave races.Excellent atmosphere and great scenery jogging around the capital
  • Did the event in 2017

    The EMF 10k presents quite the challenge for anyone wanting to take on a shorter route. The race starts and ends in the shadow of Arthur's Seat and after a relatively easy stretch it's not long before you have your first big, long and steady, climb round Arthur's Seat itself. Watch out as you start this strech as space can sometimes be at a bit of premium.Relief, of a sort, comes just before kilometre 3 when the course levels out a little. As you round the corner the views of the Pentland Hills are fantastic and after a short climb it's not long before you get a view of Edinburgh itself and you're heading round Duddingston Loch. Just before the 6km mark you'll find the only water station on the course along with toilets. There's a short cobbled stretch through Duddingston Village before going round the other side of the Loch. Watch out at kilometre 8 - there's a sneaky climb that's caught out a fair few runners in the past! Once that's out of the way though it's pretty much down hill all the way to finish up outside Our Dynamic Earth. When you finish you're guided down through the undercourse of Our Dynamic Earth to collect your medal, goody bag and water. There's a baggage drop just outside Our Dynamic Earth so if you've taken advantage of that you don't have far to go to collect your belongings. The EMF events are usually well organised with easy registrationand plenty of information on the website. The medal usually has some kind of Edinburgh theme and this year featured a keyring element indicating the distance. The race chip is embedded in the race number so no faffing about with a shoe tag before or after the race. My number arrived in plenty of time before the event.It was a bit of a warm day this year so I think I poured as much water over myself as I drank!
  • Did the event in 2015

    EMF is the flagship event in Edinburgh but it's unfortunate GSI (organisers) are only worried about the money.  Run this event a few times and they have run out of medals/goody bags before the final runner and the finishers tshirt is generic i.e. doen't have the distance you run printed on it.The route isn't special, theres c. 10 other races that use the same 5k/10k route but the other races you will get a better experience for your money.A race possibly to do becuase it's 'Edinburgh' but nothing special and one I'm not rushing to do again.
£10 - £45
Edinburgh Marathon Festival
JUN23
Race for Life 5K & 10K – Edinburgh - Holyrood

This is a race suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of people uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.

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Race for Life 5K & 10K – Edinburgh - Holyrood

The Dasses, Edinburgh EH8 8AZ, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

This is a race suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of people uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.

£10 - £14.99
Race for Life 5K & 10K – Edinburgh - Holyrood
JUN30
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The Great Scottish Summer 10k & 5K

We welcome participants of all ages and abilities from the community and strive to meet the needs of everyone involved. We always provide free places for carers and where possible provide accessible parking opportunities. Any profits made from our activities are reinvested into the business each year to keep running costs down to a minimum wherever possible. We encourage volunteering with us to develop work experience, learn new skills and make new friends.

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The Great Scottish Summer 10k & 5K

Silverknowes Promenade, Edinburgh EH4 5ES, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

We welcome participants of all ages and abilities from the community and strive to meet the needs of everyone involved. We always provide free places for carers and where possible provide accessible parking opportunities. Any profits made from our activities are reinvested into the business each year to keep running costs down to a minimum wherever possible. We encourage volunteering with us to develop work experience, learn new skills and make new friends.

$5 - $22
The Great Scottish Summer 10k & 5K
JUN30
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The Great Scottish Tattie Run

The new event thats taking Scotland by storm, now into its fourth year its a great fun event. Enter as an individual or as a relay team. Run one mile carrying a 20KG bag for men and a 10kg bag for the ladies.

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The Great Scottish Tattie Run

50 Marine Dr, Edinburgh EH4 5ES, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The new event thats taking Scotland by storm, now into its fourth year its a great fun event. Enter as an individual or as a relay team. Run one mile carrying a 20KG bag for men and a 10kg bag for the ladies.

Free
The Great Scottish Tattie Run
JUN16
Race for Life 5K & 10K – Fife

Take up the challenge and take part in a Race for Life event. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.

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Race for Life 5K & 10K – Fife

Beveridge Park, Kirkcaldy KY2 5LZ, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Take up the challenge and take part in a Race for Life event. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.

£10 - £14.99
Race for Life 5K & 10K – Fife
MAY11
Loch Leven Half Marathon

Loch Leven Half Marathon is run annually in May around the scenic shores of Loch Leven in Kinross-shire. The race starts at the bottom of Kinross and finishes in the grounds of Kinross High School at the top of the town. The race is limited to 600 entrants.

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Loch Leven Half Marathon

14 High St, Kinross KY13 8AN, UKView event
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From the organiser

Loch Leven Half Marathon is run annually in May around the scenic shores of Loch Leven in Kinross-shire. The race starts at the bottom of Kinross and finishes in the grounds of Kinross High School at the top of the town. The race is limited to 600 entrants.

£14 - £16
Loch Leven Half Marathon
MAY4
Girls Big Dirty Day Out

This is NOT a race

This is NOT a massive physical test

This is NOT a fashion show

This is Fun, Mud, Water, Activity, Friendship, Teambuilding and a lifetime of memories.

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Girls Big Dirty Day Out

Callendar Park, Falkirk FK1 1YR, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

This is NOT a race

This is NOT a massive physical test

This is NOT a fashion show

This is Fun, Mud, Water, Activity, Friendship, Teambuilding and a lifetime of memories.

£30
Girls Big Dirty Day Out
JUL28
Dog Jog – Edinburgh

The Dog Jog series are unique 5k jogging events for you and your dog to get fit and have fun. Each event offers a relaxed and fun atmosphere with no times and no pressure. They are also a great opportunity to meet like-minded dog owners in your area. Plus whats more, when you cross the finish line youll receive a fantastic Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both you and your dog, as well as Dog Jog Collar Keyring medal! Dog Jog is all about getting involved, having fun and enjoying the great outdoors with your favourite four-legged friend!

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Dog Jog – Edinburgh

The Dasses, Edinburgh EH8 8AZ, UKView event
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From the organiser

The Dog Jog series are unique 5k jogging events for you and your dog to get fit and have fun. Each event offers a relaxed and fun atmosphere with no times and no pressure. They are also a great opportunity to meet like-minded dog owners in your area. Plus whats more, when you cross the finish line youll receive a fantastic Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both you and your dog, as well as Dog Jog Collar Keyring medal! Dog Jog is all about getting involved, having fun and enjoying the great outdoors with your favourite four-legged friend!

£5 - £13.50
Dog Jog – Edinburgh
JUL28
Big Fun Run Edinburgh

Big Fun Run is a series of 5k untimed runs staged within scenic settings throughout the UK from July to October. Run for fitness, run for charity, run for funjust run! Theres no pressure, just some easy moves and lots of laughs. Its all about getting involved, having fun and enjoying the whole experience of the day.

This event takes place in Holyrood Park, which has an array of hills and lochs and provides a remarkably wild piece of highland landscape.

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Big Fun Run Edinburgh

The Dasses, Edinburgh EH8 8AZ, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Big Fun Run is a series of 5k untimed runs staged within scenic settings throughout the UK from July to October. Run for fitness, run for charity, run for funjust run! Theres no pressure, just some easy moves and lots of laughs. Its all about getting involved, having fun and enjoying the whole experience of the day.

This event takes place in Holyrood Park, which has an array of hills and lochs and provides a remarkably wild piece of highland landscape.

£11.50 - £13.50
Big Fun Run Edinburgh
APR21
TAY not the JK

Not going to the JK in Sussex? Join us in Perthshire for some quality orienteering on Perth's much-loved Moncreiffe Hill. The JK is the UKs premier event of the year but usually it is held too far away for many club runners in the area to go to. So a number of years ago TAY started laying on an alternative central Scotland event called "Not the JK." Hope to see you there if you're not heading south!

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TAY not the JK

Moncreiffe Hill, Moncreiffe Hill, Perth PH2 8PZ, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Not going to the JK in Sussex? Join us in Perthshire for some quality orienteering on Perth's much-loved Moncreiffe Hill. The JK is the UKs premier event of the year but usually it is held too far away for many club runners in the area to go to. So a number of years ago TAY started laying on an alternative central Scotland event called "Not the JK." Hope to see you there if you're not heading south!

£5 - £7
    TAY not the JK
    MAY18
    Ruff Dugger Traquair May
    Innerleithen, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Ruff Dugger is trail / mud / obstacle runs you can take part in with or without your dog. This will test your fitness and team working skills to the max. Come and take part in Scotlands leading obstacle , mud trail run for runners with their dogs.

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    Ruff Dugger Traquair May

    Driftwood Studio, In The Grounds Of Traquair House, Innerleithen EH44 6PW, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Ruff Dugger is trail / mud / obstacle runs you can take part in with or without your dog. This will test your fitness and team working skills to the max. Come and take part in Scotlands leading obstacle , mud trail run for runners with their dogs.

    £13 - £17
    Ruff Dugger Traquair May
    APR28
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    Simplyhealth Great Stirling Run

    Whether youre taking on the marathon or the half marathon distance, this event combines a stunning, scenic course with the convenience of a city centre start and finish. The challenging closed road route takes in the local countryside, imposing castles and historic towns.

    9 reviews
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    Simplyhealth Great Stirling Run

    1 Dumbarton Rd, Stirling FK8 2LQ, UKView event
    9 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Whether youre taking on the marathon or the half marathon distance, this event combines a stunning, scenic course with the convenience of a city centre start and finish. The challenging closed road route takes in the local countryside, imposing castles and historic towns.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      Registration- Due to me pacing at the event It was really smooth and great communication.Parking – Town was cut off so you had to use the carpark’s close by. Of which there were plenty and the race booklet had all the information, These were very easy to access due to the info that was sent out in an email from the great run.Toilets – A very large amount at the start and at the finsh Start of the race was a quick brief to everyone which was very clear, followed by a group warm up as per every great run series.The race,This was an excellent turn out and from the first couple of miles we already had a massive crowd following us. The route was lovely and I found it to be really relaxing and peaceful . The crowds were very good and were scattered well over the 13.1 miles. We went through town then hit the country lanes. Some of the route was a little tight but that soon changed after a few miles. The water stations were all well managed with wheelie bins next to them so that people could throw their own bottles into them.  I did notice gels at one of the stations so that was really helpful for some runners. What I loved about this race was the atmosphere and the way the runners helped one another. On the day of the event was also the marathon which caused a few issues along the route. No lanes had been separated for either the half or the full. Both groups would be joining each other at some point which just didn’t work . Myself and Phil (pacer) on numerous occasions had to shout out to people to keep to one side to let the marathon runners by . This definitely needs to be addressed for next year . Approaching the end of the race the rain had started to fall heavily but this didn’t stop the crowds gathering and cheering . Running through the town centre was amazing because everyone seemed to stop what they were doing and jusyt come out to support. Now this next part was definitely not what we wanted to happen at the end of a race. Throughout the run we had planned to come in within 30 seconds. Mile 7 and 8  were both really short miles so we knew something wasn’t right. I always wear two garmins for back up so that I can compare , both watches were dead on ! Approaching the town centre I knew we had about half a mile to go . I could see a bend in the road and I worked out that once around this corner would be about the finish within a few minutes or so. Around the corner the sign read 400 metres to go but I knew, we really should have only about 200 metres to go . Luckily for us, mile 12 we had already told our large group to run ahead as we normally would of at this time.The finish line just never seemed to arrive  and we finished the race covering 13.35 miles. This isn’t good if you are trying for a pb. Apart from this little set back and the marathons runners, It was truly a great event.  I look forward to pacing again next year with my partner phil. Thank you Stirling half marathon . #finishwithasmile
    • Did the event in 2018

      This was my first ever marathon, though I had done a couple of Great Run events before, but over shorter distances.Lots of information was provided beforehand about the race, the local area, and building up excitement as the race date approached. This included information about how to get to the start and where to park.Because I know the area well, I chose to take an alternative route to the car park for the marathon runners close to the start. I had no problems finding the area and getting into the car park, but I am aware that many runners who did follow the official guidance for how to get to the car park face major traffic jams and had trouble even getting to the start. In my view the organisers should have recommended two routes to the start - one for those coming from the north and another for those coming from the south. While I had no problems, it must have been a nightmare for those who ended up stuck in long traffic jams and panicking before the start.At the start area there were lots of toilets and buses for dropping your bags into which were then transported to the end. There were staff on hand to assist, but there was no Great Run Information point, as this was at the finish area which was about a mile away. The weather at the start was a little cold, but with no wind so it was perfect for running.The initial part of the course was very flat as it led out of Stirling into the countryside and it got progressively more hilly as we made our way towards the halfway point at Dunblane. As we ran through villages on the route there was a lot of support, but the majority of the course was on rural roads so there were few spectators. Those that did come out provided great encouragement.There were regular water stations with toilets along the route, but at the first water station a lot of people had just dumped their bottles along the side of the road as there were no rubbish bins nearby. Later on the course there were bins and also in some small villages there were refuse collectors with bags where rubbish could be deposited.The second half of the course started with a long downhill section into Bridge of Allan where, again, there was good support and encouragement. The course took in a loop of Stirling University and this was again a bit hilly which, after about sixteen miles, was quite tough (for me at least). The course then merged with the half marathon course - which had started an hour after the marathon race - so it was slightly confusing as there were then mile markers for both races at different positions. This was also when it began to rain quite heavily.By the time I came through this section the field was very spread out so I did not have any issues (as I heard from others) of runners struggling to overtake in the crowded lanes. This part of the course was very rural and scenic and essentially took in a single track road at one point. There were very few supporters along this part of the course.At a couple of the water stations, gels were also offered but I had my own so did not use any of those provided by the organisers. As we got to beyond the twenty two mile mark we were on long straights of a dual carriageway until we eventually got back into Stirling City Centre for the finish.Again the crowds were thin through this area, but there were good crowds and lots of encouragement in the centre itself as we headed towards the finish line. The last mile or so was pretty much uphill which, after twenty five miles, was a really tough way to finish.The finishing area had lots of stalls, activities and food and drink on offer. The buses were close by and it was easy to retrieve my stuff, meet up with my family and get something to eat and drink. The walk back to our car was around a mile, but at least it was downhill :-)I really enjoyed the event though it would have been nicer to have more support in some of the more rural areas. The course was very scenic and a bit hillier than I was expecting. Next year the run clashes with the London Marathon so I do wonder if that will impact on numbers of runners or spectators.
    • Did the event in 2018

      Was a pacer so place was free.  Cost seems reasonable for price on closed roads.Registration straight forward and effective.It finishes in a huge Park with plentiful on things to keep the kids going if they are waiting for you. Main town about 1.5km from the park if cold etc.Lots of stalls and a live band this year also.  So zero complaints from the better half.  You also have view over the castle.Start line is about a km walk from the park in which you end.  So OK.Considering the local topology it manages to be fairly flat.  not flat flat. Worst bit in the half at least being the last km or so... Akin to the end of Leicester if you know it.However the crowds on this section are great.Out the backend not much support but you get wonderful views of the Scottish country side.One section around a school is a big strange but OK.Only down side was the attitude of some of the Marathon runners coming through the half marathon field. 95% are fine.  5% swing the I'm better then you half lot so move.. The worse of which being a 100 marathon member. You think they would know better.... This has nothing to do with the race as the half people where given fair warning and I'm sure the full crew where also informed... Can be a little off putting seeing multiple mile signs as well.Also
    £8 - £58
    Simplyhealth Great Stirling Run
    SEP8
    Firth of Forth Swim

    The swim starts from South Queensferry leaving at Hawes pier and is swam along by the rail bridge to finish at the old pier at North Queensferry, a distance of 1.4 miles. On application all swimmers must submit an expected completion swim time. Due to the water conditions and time constraints all entrants will have to agree to the disclaimer for this event.

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    Firth of Forth Swim

    2-4 Waterloo Pl, Edinburgh EH1 3EG, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The swim starts from South Queensferry leaving at Hawes pier and is swam along by the rail bridge to finish at the old pier at North Queensferry, a distance of 1.4 miles. On application all swimmers must submit an expected completion swim time. Due to the water conditions and time constraints all entrants will have to agree to the disclaimer for this event.

    £83 - £90
    Firth of Forth Swim
    MAY12
    Race for Life 5K &10K – Stirling

    This is a 5k or 10k suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. THIS IS BEATING CANCER.

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    Race for Life 5K &10K – Stirling

    University of Stirling, University of, Stirling FK9 4LA, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This is a 5k or 10k suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. THIS IS BEATING CANCER.

    £10 - £14.99
    Race for Life 5K &10K – Stirling
    JUN23
    Race for Life 5K & 10K – Falkirk

    This race is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of people uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.

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    Race for Life 5K & 10K – Falkirk

    3 Seaton Pl, Falkirk FK1 1TG, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This race is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of people uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.

    £10 - £14.99
    Race for Life 5K & 10K – Falkirk
    SEP29
    Urban Rush Edinburgh

    Come together to fight homelessness on a 15-mile run across Edinburgh. Feel the streets beneath you on an open-road circuit through the city, starting and ending in Holyrood Park.

    Join a movement of runners using their feet as a force for change.

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    Urban Rush Edinburgh

    S Charlotte St, Edinburgh EH2 4AW, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Come together to fight homelessness on a 15-mile run across Edinburgh. Feel the streets beneath you on an open-road circuit through the city, starting and ending in Holyrood Park.

    Join a movement of runners using their feet as a force for change.

    £21.33 - £84.93
    Urban Rush Edinburgh
    SEP22
    Scottish Half Marathon & 10K
    Musselburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

    The annual event has grown in popularity since its inception four years ago and 2018 was no different. Around 5,000 runners headed down to the East Lothian coastline on a stellar year for the event, which saw three course records broken. Runners took full advantage of the stunning flat routes, taking in the famous Golf Coast along the way.

    For the second year, the Scottish 10K kicked off proceedings, starting at 9am at Musselburgh Racecourse, before the Half Marathon got underway at 11am from Meadowmill Sports Centre. An estimated half a million pounds was raised for charitable causes, and plenty of personal bests were achieved!

    Thousands of supporters lined the stunning East Lothian routes on what was a bright, mild September morning. The final furlong at Musselburgh Racecourse provided the perfect backdrop for runners to bask in their achievements and muster a sprint finish in front of the large crowds as the finish gantry came into view. Once over the line, runners were able to kick back with a beer or glass of champagne and a bite to eat in Musselburghs stunning picnic area.

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    Scottish Half Marathon & 10K

    198 High St, Musselburgh EH21 7DX, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The annual event has grown in popularity since its inception four years ago and 2018 was no different. Around 5,000 runners headed down to the East Lothian coastline on a stellar year for the event, which saw three course records broken. Runners took full advantage of the stunning flat routes, taking in the famous Golf Coast along the way.

    For the second year, the Scottish 10K kicked off proceedings, starting at 9am at Musselburgh Racecourse, before the Half Marathon got underway at 11am from Meadowmill Sports Centre. An estimated half a million pounds was raised for charitable causes, and plenty of personal bests were achieved!

    Thousands of supporters lined the stunning East Lothian routes on what was a bright, mild September morning. The final furlong at Musselburgh Racecourse provided the perfect backdrop for runners to bask in their achievements and muster a sprint finish in front of the large crowds as the finish gantry came into view. Once over the line, runners were able to kick back with a beer or glass of champagne and a bite to eat in Musselburghs stunning picnic area.

    £25 - £34
    Scottish Half Marathon & 10K
    JUN22
    Eildon Three Hill Race

    The Eildon Hill race is a traditional event which has taken place in late June for over 50 years and is part of the week-long Melrose Festival. The distance: 7.2k climb 480m.

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    Eildon Three Hill Race

    Gibson Park, Melrose TD6 9RY, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Eildon Hill race is a traditional event which has taken place in late June for over 50 years and is part of the week-long Melrose Festival. The distance: 7.2k climb 480m.

    £8 - £10
    Eildon Three Hill Race
    NOV3
    Men’s 10k – Edinburgh

    Where better to run a 10k race than through the beautiful streets of Scotland's capital? Whether you're new to running, or a seasoned competitor, you'll enjoy winding your way around Edinburgh Castle and surrounds. Come for the scenery and to support men's health issues.

    1 reviews
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    Men’s 10k – Edinburgh

    3 Lawnmarket, Edinburgh EH1 2PH, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    Where better to run a 10k race than through the beautiful streets of Scotland's capital? Whether you're new to running, or a seasoned competitor, you'll enjoy winding your way around Edinburgh Castle and surrounds. Come for the scenery and to support men's health issues.
    Reviews
    • Did the 10k in 2018

      Just need to get fitter, great course
    £19.75 - £23.75
    Men’s 10k – Edinburgh
    SEP1
    Tour O The Borders

    A cracking ride in the Scottish Borders. Welcome to the Tour O The Borders, a top class, closed road event which takes you through stunning scenery on beautiful Borders roads.

    Were confident this is the best value-for-money closed road sportive in the country, and its 100% organised by local riders.

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    Tour O The Borders

    1a Cross St, Peebles EH45 8LQ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A cracking ride in the Scottish Borders. Welcome to the Tour O The Borders, a top class, closed road event which takes you through stunning scenery on beautiful Borders roads.

    Were confident this is the best value-for-money closed road sportive in the country, and its 100% organised by local riders.

    £68 - £115
    Tour O The Borders
    AUG3
    Evans Cycles Lanark Road Sportive

    Back fo another ride in glorious Scotland. We are based at Lanark Racecourse, which is now disused but was once the site of Britain's oldest horse race.

    Lanark is just south of Glasgow and it's not long until you are into the typically beautiful countryside with rolling hills and a scenic vista. Due to the remoteness of some of the roads we are running slightly different route distances to our usual events with Fun, Medium and Long routes only. Our other Scottish events sell out way in advance so make sure you sign up nice and early to get your place.

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    Evans Cycles Lanark Road Sportive

    179 Hyndford Rd, Lanark ML11 9BJ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Back fo another ride in glorious Scotland. We are based at Lanark Racecourse, which is now disused but was once the site of Britain's oldest horse race.

    Lanark is just south of Glasgow and it's not long until you are into the typically beautiful countryside with rolling hills and a scenic vista. Due to the remoteness of some of the roads we are running slightly different route distances to our usual events with Fun, Medium and Long routes only. Our other Scottish events sell out way in advance so make sure you sign up nice and early to get your place.

    £7.50 - £25
    Evans Cycles Lanark Road Sportive
    SEP15
    Peebles Duathlon

    Duathlon race staged in the beautiful Scottish Borders. The start will be at Peebles swimming pool. The transition is suited outside Peebles swimming pool on the grass adjacent to the river Tweed.

    The Bike route exiting transition and turn left on the top of the Tweed bridge and it is a straight cycle out the back road down to Howford farm just past Cardrona village. There are lots of hard climbs but rewarded with a nice downhill afterwards. When you reach Howford farm there is a turning point when you return back to Peebles on the same route. Then when you reach tweed bridge you turn left of the bridge down under the bridge and back into transition to start your run.

    The Run at Peebles triathlon is known as the three bridges run. You run away from the pool on the bank of the river tweed down to Priorsford bridge, cross the bridge and then continue back towards the pool on the other side of the tweed, running along the old railway line. You then run through Hay lodge park and then cross Fotheringham bridge then back down the with the river Tweed on your right-hand side and back to the pool and across the finish line.

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    Peebles Duathlon

    Liz Howieson Beauty Salon, Unit C, Port Brae, Business Centre, Port Brae, Peebles EH45 8AW, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Duathlon race staged in the beautiful Scottish Borders. The start will be at Peebles swimming pool. The transition is suited outside Peebles swimming pool on the grass adjacent to the river Tweed.

    The Bike route exiting transition and turn left on the top of the Tweed bridge and it is a straight cycle out the back road down to Howford farm just past Cardrona village. There are lots of hard climbs but rewarded with a nice downhill afterwards. When you reach Howford farm there is a turning point when you return back to Peebles on the same route. Then when you reach tweed bridge you turn left of the bridge down under the bridge and back into transition to start your run.

    The Run at Peebles triathlon is known as the three bridges run. You run away from the pool on the bank of the river tweed down to Priorsford bridge, cross the bridge and then continue back towards the pool on the other side of the tweed, running along the old railway line. You then run through Hay lodge park and then cross Fotheringham bridge then back down the with the river Tweed on your right-hand side and back to the pool and across the finish line.

    £25 - £31
    Peebles Duathlon
    SEP21
    Peebles Come & Tri Triathlon

    The Peebles Triathlon events continue to go from strength to strength, with a combined 410 people attending last years Sprint, Come & Tri and Junior events! Peebles marks the end of our annual Triathlon Series, so the atmosphere is always a great one for both seasoned competitors and those sampling the Come & Tri event.

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    Peebles Come & Tri Triathlon

    Portbrae House, Port Brae, Peebles EH45 8AW, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Peebles Triathlon events continue to go from strength to strength, with a combined 410 people attending last years Sprint, Come & Tri and Junior events! Peebles marks the end of our annual Triathlon Series, so the atmosphere is always a great one for both seasoned competitors and those sampling the Come & Tri event.

    £25.75 - £32
    Peebles Come & Tri Triathlon
    SEP22
    Peebles Sprint Triathlon

    A sprint race staged in the beautiful countryside of the Scottish Borders.

    Distances: Swim 750m swim, cycle 19.14km cycle and run 4.66km

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    Peebles Sprint Triathlon

    Portbrae House, Port Brae, Peebles EH45 8AW, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A sprint race staged in the beautiful countryside of the Scottish Borders.

    Distances: Swim 750m swim, cycle 19.14km cycle and run 4.66km

    £36.05 - £45.50
    Peebles Sprint Triathlon
    SEP29
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    Gran Fondo Scotland - Autumn Classic
    Grangemouth, Scotland, United Kingdom

    By entering either of our events, you will have the chance to ride on some of Britain and Central Scotland's most stunning and iconic roads with 2 distances to choose from in each event. "The Medio Fondo" in our events ranges between 86km-88km. The summer edition takes in 2386ft of elevation gain and our autumn edition takes in 2913ft of elevation gain. Then for the enthusiasts, we have "The Gran Fondo's" ranging between 120km and 127km in length and truly epic elevation gains of 4065ft (summer edition) and 5026ft (autumn classic). Both inspired by our original vision statement.

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    Gran Fondo Scotland - Autumn Classic

    The Kelpies, Visitor Centre The Helix, Grangemouth, Falkirk FK2 7ZT, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    By entering either of our events, you will have the chance to ride on some of Britain and Central Scotland's most stunning and iconic roads with 2 distances to choose from in each event. "The Medio Fondo" in our events ranges between 86km-88km. The summer edition takes in 2386ft of elevation gain and our autumn edition takes in 2913ft of elevation gain. Then for the enthusiasts, we have "The Gran Fondo's" ranging between 120km and 127km in length and truly epic elevation gains of 4065ft (summer edition) and 5026ft (autumn classic). Both inspired by our original vision statement.

    £35
    Gran Fondo Scotland - Autumn Classic
    SEP28
    Ochil Ultra

    A real challenge from the Wee Run Events team.

    Long ultra of 50 miles from Stirling University to Central Perth.

    Short ultra of 30 miles from Glen Devon to Central Perth.

    Don't feel ready to tackle an ultra solo as yet? Then do the 50 miles as a team!

    Both routes use the Core Path Network giving stunning views across central Scotland.

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    Ochil Ultra

    1 Dumbarton Rd, Stirling FK8 2LQ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A real challenge from the Wee Run Events team.

    Long ultra of 50 miles from Stirling University to Central Perth.

    Short ultra of 30 miles from Glen Devon to Central Perth.

    Don't feel ready to tackle an ultra solo as yet? Then do the 50 miles as a team!

    Both routes use the Core Path Network giving stunning views across central Scotland.

    £55
    Ochil Ultra
    NOV8
    Supernova – The Kelpies (Saturday)
    Grangemouth, Scotland, United Kingdom

    This fantastic 5K route is a great opportunity to explore the home of two 30-metre high horses! The Kelpies are mythical creatures who love to play at dusk, each one weighs over 300 tonnes. Come and immerse yourself in a light journey with them.

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    Supernova – The Kelpies (Saturday)

    Unnamed Road, Grangemouth FK3 8YE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This fantastic 5K route is a great opportunity to explore the home of two 30-metre high horses! The Kelpies are mythical creatures who love to play at dusk, each one weighs over 300 tonnes. Come and immerse yourself in a light journey with them.

    £13 - £15
    Supernova – The Kelpies (Saturday)
    NOV10
    Supernova – The Kelpies (Sunday)
    Grangemouth, Scotland, United Kingdom

    This fantastic 5K route is a great opportunity to explore the home of two 30-metre high horses! The Kelpies are mythical creatures who love to play at dusk, each one weighs over 300 tonnes. Come and immerse yourself in a light journey with them.

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    Supernova – The Kelpies (Sunday)

    A9, Grangemouth FK3 8YE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This fantastic 5K route is a great opportunity to explore the home of two 30-metre high horses! The Kelpies are mythical creatures who love to play at dusk, each one weighs over 300 tonnes. Come and immerse yourself in a light journey with them.

    £18.25 - £20.25
    Supernova – The Kelpies (Sunday)
    NOV2
    Auchterarder 10K
    Auchterarder, Scotland, United Kingdom

    The Auchterarder 10K in association with Gleneagles (The Gleneagles Hotel) and organised by Five Star Active is part of the Auchterarder Running Festival 2018.

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    Auchterarder 10K

    Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder PH3 1NF, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Auchterarder 10K in association with Gleneagles (The Gleneagles Hotel) and organised by Five Star Active is part of the Auchterarder Running Festival 2018.

    £20
    Auchterarder 10K
    NOV3
    Auchterarder Half Marathon in association with Gleneagles
    Auchterarder, Scotland, United Kingdom

    We are back for the second running of the Auchterarder Half Marathon 2018 in association with Gleneagles (The Gleneagles Hotel) and organised by Five Star Active - a very warm welcome to you all. This event is part of the Auchterarder Running Festival.

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    Auchterarder Half Marathon in association with Gleneagles

    Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder PH3 1NF, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    We are back for the second running of the Auchterarder Half Marathon 2018 in association with Gleneagles (The Gleneagles Hotel) and organised by Five Star Active - a very warm welcome to you all. This event is part of the Auchterarder Running Festival.

    £26
    Auchterarder Half Marathon in association with Gleneagles
    JAN5
    Fife MacTuff

    We are MacTuff Scotlands toughest obstacle course race. Held at Knockhill Racing Circuit, it is a test of 7, 15 or 30k of challenging terrain; through mud, water and obstacles built to test your physical strength and your mental grit because we believe that true character is built through true challenge. This race is for anyone who has ever wanted to challenge themselves. It is for the thrill seekers, the renegades, the adventurers. MacTuff is for anyone looking to discover exactly what they made of.

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    Fife MacTuff

    Knockhill Racing Circuit Ltd, Dunfermline, Fife KY12 9TF, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    We are MacTuff Scotlands toughest obstacle course race. Held at Knockhill Racing Circuit, it is a test of 7, 15 or 30k of challenging terrain; through mud, water and obstacles built to test your physical strength and your mental grit because we believe that true character is built through true challenge. This race is for anyone who has ever wanted to challenge themselves. It is for the thrill seekers, the renegades, the adventurers. MacTuff is for anyone looking to discover exactly what they made of.

    £40 - £50
    Fife MacTuff
    APR21
    MacTuff Kids

    Unwrap the family from the cotton wool and develop the potential though obstacle course running together. 3K of a true family test through mud, water and obstacles to suit all abilities. MacTuff Kids aims to challenge both child and adult by having 2 obstacles the same but different heights. This enables both adult and child to get the best value for money and the best possible experience to earn your medal.

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    MacTuff Kids

    Knockhill Racing Circuit Ltd, Dunfermline, Fife KY12 9TF, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Unwrap the family from the cotton wool and develop the potential though obstacle course running together. 3K of a true family test through mud, water and obstacles to suit all abilities. MacTuff Kids aims to challenge both child and adult by having 2 obstacles the same but different heights. This enables both adult and child to get the best value for money and the best possible experience to earn your medal.

    MacTuff Kids
    JUN5
    Red Moss Kips Race

    Fast running on tracks and footpaths, with two climbs up the Kips.

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    Red Moss Kips Race

    402 Mansfield Rd, Balerno EH14 7JT, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Fast running on tracks and footpaths, with two climbs up the Kips.

    Red Moss Kips Race
    MAY12
    Brewin Dolphin Ochil Hills 100

    More than 100 miles lay in wait for a true Scottish sportive test on the Brewin Dolphin Ochil Hills Sportive. Exploring the gently undulating terrain of Fife, Perth and Kinross, this ride will take you to iconic areas around Glen Eagles, Knockhill and beyond on a days riding not to be forgotten.

    As per last years event, you also have the option of signing up to the Velo Club. This option gives you everything the normal entry gives you, and you can still choose to ride any of the three routes available, but gives you a lot of extras.

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    Brewin Dolphin Ochil Hills 100

    Lochore Meadows Country Park, Lochgelly KY5 8BA, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    More than 100 miles lay in wait for a true Scottish sportive test on the Brewin Dolphin Ochil Hills Sportive. Exploring the gently undulating terrain of Fife, Perth and Kinross, this ride will take you to iconic areas around Glen Eagles, Knockhill and beyond on a days riding not to be forgotten.

    As per last years event, you also have the option of signing up to the Velo Club. This option gives you everything the normal entry gives you, and you can still choose to ride any of the three routes available, but gives you a lot of extras.

    £3 - £105
    Brewin Dolphin Ochil Hills 100
    MAY25
    Odlo Glentress Seven

    The Odlo Glentress Seven is TweedLoves flagship endurance mountain bike event, and firmly established as one of Scotlands most popular MTB events. Its a great days riding and racing for everyone, with the emphasis on great trails and a friendly, fun atmosphere.

    Expect some nice climbs, fantastic singletrack, great descents and a whole lot of fun you can go as hard, or easy, as you like. The main descent is a total classic and not open for riding the rest of the year. Ride solo or in teams of two or three, the most laps in seven hours wins.

    If seven hours of riding isnt enough challenge (!) you can even do a trail run on the course the evening before. Weve even added a bitesize 5k trail run NEW for 2018! as well as the 11k course. To sign up for one of our discounted trail runs please see below.

    TWEEDLOVE TRAIL RUN Discounted entry for GT7 riders!

    Meet the Odlo Glentress 11! We know lots of you are trail runners as well as bike riders, and following some great advice from the trail running community (and a very successful first GT11 event last year!), were setting up the GT7 course for runners again the evening before the bike race. For 2018 we have also added a bitesize 5km course!

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    Odlo Glentress Seven

    Unnamed Road, Peebles EH45 8NB, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Odlo Glentress Seven is TweedLoves flagship endurance mountain bike event, and firmly established as one of Scotlands most popular MTB events. Its a great days riding and racing for everyone, with the emphasis on great trails and a friendly, fun atmosphere.

    Expect some nice climbs, fantastic singletrack, great descents and a whole lot of fun you can go as hard, or easy, as you like. The main descent is a total classic and not open for riding the rest of the year. Ride solo or in teams of two or three, the most laps in seven hours wins.

    If seven hours of riding isnt enough challenge (!) you can even do a trail run on the course the evening before. Weve even added a bitesize 5k trail run NEW for 2018! as well as the 11k course. To sign up for one of our discounted trail runs please see below.

    TWEEDLOVE TRAIL RUN Discounted entry for GT7 riders!

    Meet the Odlo Glentress 11! We know lots of you are trail runners as well as bike riders, and following some great advice from the trail running community (and a very successful first GT11 event last year!), were setting up the GT7 course for runners again the evening before the bike race. For 2018 we have also added a bitesize 5km course!

    £15 - £129
    Odlo Glentress Seven
    JUN8
    Gritopia
    Newby Court School Brae, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Grit, gravel or whatever you call it want to try a cycling adventure into the lesser-known corners of the Tweed Valley? Everyone knows the Tweed Valley has fabulous roads jammed with stunning views and hardly any cars, and of course, we have a vast collection of world-class mountain bike trails spreading like veins through the hills and woodlands. But what lies between has been something of a secret pleasure countless miles of backcountry forest, dirt or drove roads taking the adventurous bicyclist to undiscovered corners of this beautiful land.

    All you need is a spirit of adventure and a bike that can despatch the miles on a variety of surfaces, leaving the traffic far behind and often far below you.

    Gritopia is a new event for adventure/gravel/backcountry, or whatever you want to call it, riders. With an event HQ in the TweedLove T On The Green event village, Gritopia will take you on a journey to many new places in the valley hinterland, with mile after mile of empty grit and gravel, and a few stretches of quiet tarmac linking it all up.

    The course will be around 60km, all way-marked and youll also get a route map and feed station along the way. There will be some big climbs along the way lifting you to spectacular high roads and ancient trails.

    Aimed at any bike rider whos up for an adventure, the event works as a first-time gravel event but will also have plenty of fun for the more experienced gravellist. You can do it on any suitable bike which means a mountain bike will be fine too, but a small-tired pure road bike will likely be a tad uncomfortable (and the gearing might be unhelpful in one or two places!).

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    Gritopia

    Newby Court School Brae, Peebles EH45 8AT, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Grit, gravel or whatever you call it want to try a cycling adventure into the lesser-known corners of the Tweed Valley? Everyone knows the Tweed Valley has fabulous roads jammed with stunning views and hardly any cars, and of course, we have a vast collection of world-class mountain bike trails spreading like veins through the hills and woodlands. But what lies between has been something of a secret pleasure countless miles of backcountry forest, dirt or drove roads taking the adventurous bicyclist to undiscovered corners of this beautiful land.

    All you need is a spirit of adventure and a bike that can despatch the miles on a variety of surfaces, leaving the traffic far behind and often far below you.

    Gritopia is a new event for adventure/gravel/backcountry, or whatever you want to call it, riders. With an event HQ in the TweedLove T On The Green event village, Gritopia will take you on a journey to many new places in the valley hinterland, with mile after mile of empty grit and gravel, and a few stretches of quiet tarmac linking it all up.

    The course will be around 60km, all way-marked and youll also get a route map and feed station along the way. There will be some big climbs along the way lifting you to spectacular high roads and ancient trails.

    Aimed at any bike rider whos up for an adventure, the event works as a first-time gravel event but will also have plenty of fun for the more experienced gravellist. You can do it on any suitable bike which means a mountain bike will be fine too, but a small-tired pure road bike will likely be a tad uncomfortable (and the gearing might be unhelpful in one or two places!).

    £45
    Gritopia
    JUN16
    Cycle Law Scotland Skinny Tweed
    Newby Court School Brae, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Cycle Law Scotland Skinny Tweed has been part of the TweedLove Bike Festival since our first events in 2010, and this year it will have a shiny new route for you to enjoy! Always keen to show off why this is the best place in the UK for all sorts of bike-riding, we think youll love the new course just as much as the old one. Route details are soon to be revealed, but the new course will cover a similar distance of approximately 75-80km of beautiful scenery. The route will travel mainly over quiet back roads, through some stunning Tweed Valley and Scottish Borders scenery. The event starts and finishes in the buzzing center of TweedLoves event village, with all kinds of bike brands, demo bikes, food stands and much more.

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    Cycle Law Scotland Skinny Tweed

    Newby Court School Brae, Peebles EH45 8AT, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Cycle Law Scotland Skinny Tweed has been part of the TweedLove Bike Festival since our first events in 2010, and this year it will have a shiny new route for you to enjoy! Always keen to show off why this is the best place in the UK for all sorts of bike-riding, we think youll love the new course just as much as the old one. Route details are soon to be revealed, but the new course will cover a similar distance of approximately 75-80km of beautiful scenery. The route will travel mainly over quiet back roads, through some stunning Tweed Valley and Scottish Borders scenery. The event starts and finishes in the buzzing center of TweedLoves event village, with all kinds of bike brands, demo bikes, food stands and much more.

    £25
    Cycle Law Scotland Skinny Tweed
    JUN9
    Transcend Festival - Enjoyro

    A fun and (mostly) fear-free experience for the enduro-curious, younger riders or just those with not enough time for a full-on enduro weekend. Or even if you just fancy a good day of enduro fun.

    Welcome to the second year of our introductory-level enduro race, designed to provide a sweet way into the joy of enduro racing. This is Enjoyro!

    G-Form Enjoyro is for have-a-go enduro riders who might feel slightly intimidated by the perceived commitment, technical difficulty or length of normal enduro races. Its also intended as a taster event for both adults and younger riders (age 12 and older*). Dont worry if you spot people taking part who looks like their very experienced enduro types chances are theyre accompanying one of the kids or a less experienced enduropal. Theyre not there to hunt you down (unless theyre your own off-spring perhaps).

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    Transcend Festival - Enjoyro

    2 Soonhope Holdings, Peebles EH45 8BH, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A fun and (mostly) fear-free experience for the enduro-curious, younger riders or just those with not enough time for a full-on enduro weekend. Or even if you just fancy a good day of enduro fun.

    Welcome to the second year of our introductory-level enduro race, designed to provide a sweet way into the joy of enduro racing. This is Enjoyro!

    G-Form Enjoyro is for have-a-go enduro riders who might feel slightly intimidated by the perceived commitment, technical difficulty or length of normal enduro races. Its also intended as a taster event for both adults and younger riders (age 12 and older*). Dont worry if you spot people taking part who looks like their very experienced enduro types chances are theyre accompanying one of the kids or a less experienced enduropal. Theyre not there to hunt you down (unless theyre your own off-spring perhaps).

    £30 - £70
    Transcend Festival - Enjoyro
    AUG23
    Beveridge Park 5K August

    Beveridge Park 5K Series hosted by Kirkcaldy Wizards Fife AC

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    Beveridge Park 5K August

    Unnamed Road, Kirkcaldy KY2 5NE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Beveridge Park 5K Series hosted by Kirkcaldy Wizards Fife AC

    Beveridge Park 5K August
    JUN2
    Stirling Triathlon

    The Stirling Triathlon is a fun but challenging event set in the grounds of one of Britain's most picturesque Universities.

    There are three different adult events aimed at all abilities and levels of fitness, from complete novice to club and elite triathletes, as well as charity and fun competitors. There is also a separate event for juniors, allowing ages 8 and upwards to take part and join in the fun. All entrants will receive a goodie bag with race day mementoes!

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    Stirling Triathlon

    Pathfoot Building, Stirling FK9 4LA, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Stirling Triathlon is a fun but challenging event set in the grounds of one of Britain's most picturesque Universities.

    There are three different adult events aimed at all abilities and levels of fitness, from complete novice to club and elite triathletes, as well as charity and fun competitors. There is also a separate event for juniors, allowing ages 8 and upwards to take part and join in the fun. All entrants will receive a goodie bag with race day mementoes!

    Stirling Triathlon
    OCT13
    Pentland Skyline Hill Race

    A fell race covering 16 miles and 6200 feet of climb in the Pentland Hills near Edinburgh. Experience and navigational skills required. Low cloud often covers the Pentlands. You must be able to find your way in mist using map and compass.

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    Pentland Skyline Hill Race

    2-4 Waterloo Pl, Edinburgh EH1 3EG, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A fell race covering 16 miles and 6200 feet of climb in the Pentland Hills near Edinburgh. Experience and navigational skills required. Low cloud often covers the Pentlands. You must be able to find your way in mist using map and compass.

    Pentland Skyline Hill Race
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