A real challenge awaits all who choose to take on this 100 Mile sportive. Taking in some truly iconic Scottish sights, there also two shorter options for those after a less gruelling day out, while riders also have the option of upgrading to the Velo ticket for more added perks.
How to enter the Brewin Dolphin Ochil Hills 100
- Bike 103mi
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Brewin Dolphin Ochil Hills 100 routes
Departing from the Lochore Meadows Country Park, the course begins to head north in to the Cleish Hills with a quick descent and some excellent views, shortly before arriving in Benarty Hill and Loch Leven. Looping around Loch Leven, the route aims for Milnathort, and in our first course split Short riders head east while Standard and Epic go north for Glen Farg.
After reaching the Bridge of Earn, the route turns west towards Dunning, at which point the Standard riders go back in a south-easterly direction and the Epic riders bear true south to Castlehill Reservoir. It’s then a case of following the course arrows north, through the Gleneagles district and along the River Devon.
After the climb out of Gleneagles, you’ll head east through Auchterarder back to Dunning. From Dunning, a long climb out awaits before heading south to Kinross, after which the course cuts through the Cleish Hills for one final time, tackling the climb to Knockhill on the way back to the ride HQ, where a finisher’s medal and t-shirt wait for you.
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Brewin Dolphin Ochil Hills 100 weather forecast
Partly cloudy throughout the day.
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