Etape Caledonia 2024 presented by Wahoo


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Etape Caledonia 2024 presented by Wahoo
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Etape Caledonia is a closed-road ride taking place on Sunday 12 May 2024. This sell-out event attracts riders from all over the UK and world to take on one of the most breath-taking rides through the spectacular Scottish Highlands.
40 Mile, 55 Mile and 85 Mile
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Sun, 12 May 2024
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Pitlochry, United Kingdom
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Where and when
26 Atholl Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5BX, UK
Start times
Sunday, 12 May 2024
40 Mile: TBC55 Mile: TBC85 Mile: TBC
Event summary
Here are the distances available for Etape Caledonia 2024 presented by Wahoo
40 Mile
55 Mile
85 Mile
Route information
The three Etape Caledonia routes take in the best of what the Highlands has to offer. Winding roads, tree-lined avenues, Lochs, mountains and everything in between. The 85 mile course is technical and challenging in parts, but still allows for moments where you can take a break from the hurt locker and take in the stunning views. The 55 mile route is challenging but achievable distance, and is perfect for both experienced cyclists and those looking to push their limits. The 40 mile brings in some challenges, but takes out the steep climb of Schiehallion. You can find more information on both routes on our route maps below.
85 Mile Route
85 miles of closed road cycling beginning and concluding in Pitlochry. The course consists of rolling hills and forest-lined roads around Loch Rannoch and Loch Tummel, combined with the demanding, twisting climb of Mt Schiehallion (1,083m).
The course takes you up to Trinafour with a challenging ascent of 374m and back down towards Kinloch Rannoch. Once you have cycled around Loch Rannoch you will begin your ascent up Schiehallion (382m). Afterwards, enjoy the descent down towards Aberfeldy and head back towards the finish line in Pitlochry. Make sure to relax and enjoy celebrating your achievement in the event village festival.
55 mile route
Take on the new 55-mile Etape Caledonia route, which launched for the first time last year.
This challenging but achievable distance is perfect for both experienced cyclists and those looking to push their limits. Join us for an epic closed-road tour of the best of what the Scottish Highlands have to offer.
40 mile route
A 40 mile option of closed road cycling beginning in Pitlochry. The course will take a left away from the 85 mile route at Tummel Bridge where you will begin their ascent to 392m. Once you have finished the climb you can enjoy a descent taking you South towards Coshieville and round to Aberfeldy. The route then takes you back around to the finish line back in Pitlochry, where you can relax and celebrate your achievements at the event festival.
It will be hard for you to not enjoy the views, whilst taking breaks at the number of food and drink stations placed around the course. Once completed, it’s time to sit back, relax, and soak up the atmosphere in the Event Village. You can stick around afterwards and raise a glass with friends and family to toast your cycling achievement.
2023 route maps, subject to change for 2024
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What's included
  • 85 mile, 55 mile & 40 mile closed road routes
  • Feed stations on route
  • Fully timed event
  • Finishers medal
  • Sweep bus service
How to get there
26 Atholl Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5BX, UK
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The full address is Atholl Rd Car Park, 26 Atholl Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5BX
Limited car parking is available a couple of hundred metres from the start/finish line and can be purchased during the registration process. Please note that parking is available on a first come, first served basis. Parking will be available in Pitlochry on Saturday and Sunday of event weekend providing there are still spaces. As it is extremely popular, we urge you to book in advance to avoid disappointment. If you do choose to pay on the day, please make sure you have the correct change to do so. We highly advise you arrive as early as possible to avoid queuing.   
Road closures and parking suspensions occur in Pitlochry and surrounding areas as a result of the event taking place. Please note, Police and Traffic Wardens will patrol the parking suspensions throughout the event and vehicles parked illegally will be ticketed. If participants intend to drive to the event they must park in the event car park, clearly signposted when you arrive in Pitlochry.
Event day logistics
Race Day Logistics will confirmed closer to event day!
Spectator Info
Spectators are more than welcome.
What are the age restrictions for competing in the Etape Caledonia event?
Entrants must be 17 and older to enter the 40 mile and 55 mile event and 18 and older to enter the 85 mile event.
How will the start be organised for the Etape Caledonia event?
When you book your place, you will be asked to provide an estimated time of how long you think it will take you to finish the ride. Please pick an appropriate and accurate time frame. The earlier starts will be reserved for entrants who can demonstrate their cycling ability through results in a select number of cycle events. Any competitor who has not participated in cycling events before will be placed in a general category.
What kind of handlebars am I allowed to have on my bike for the Etape Caledonia event?
You are not permitted to have unconventional handlebars including triathlon bars, aero bars, clip-ons, prayer bars, Spinaci bars and cow bars. However, MTB bar ends are permitted on mountain bikes.
Can I listen to personal headphones during the Etape Caledonia event?
No, participants are not permitted to use headphones due to safety reasons.
What if I have other questions not mentioned above?
A full list of the 2023 FAQs can be found here: Please note these may be subject to change for 2024.
363 reviews
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