Pedal for Scotland 2014

freshnlo Pedal for Scotland 7th September 
GLASGOW to EDINBURGH

Now in its 16th year, freshnlo Pedal for Scotland is the country’s biggest mass participation cycling event. Riders will cycle from Glasgow to Edinburgh, starting at Glasgow Green and finishing at the iconic Murrayfield stadium.
Participants can choose between two routes:
47 Mile Challenge Ride
Starting at Glasgow Green and finishing at Murrayfield stadium, the Challenge Ride takes in sights including Linlithgow palace and an epic cake stop at Avonbridge.
110 Mile Sportive Ride
The 110 mile Sportive is for the more serious rider! This ride will also start at Glasgow Green and finish at Murrayfield stadium but will take participants through the Southern Uplands and incorporates the best sections of numerous Scottish cycle racing circuits.

freshnlo Pedal for Scotland 7th September 
PEDAL FOR SCOTLAND EDINBURGH ROUTES

Looking for a fun, active family day out? 

Want to be part of Scotland’s biggest cycling event? 

Following a successful first year, freshnlo Pedal for Scotland is returning to
Edinburgh with two routes of different distances to suit riders of all ages and abilities.

freshnlo Pedal for Scotland Edinburgh 9 Mile Route: 
The 9 mile route gives riders the opportunity to cycle the final 9 miles of the main freshnlo Pedal for Scotland route. Starting at Kirkliston leisure centre, riders will cycle on (almost) completely traffic free roads before crossing the finish line inside Murrayfield Stadium.

freshnlo Pedal for Scotland Edinburgh 4 Mile Route:
The 4 mile ride provides an (almost) completely traffic free route starting and leaving from Murrayfield Stadium. Riders will be able to cross the finish line inside Murrayfield Stadium and can lap the route as many times as they like.

For more information and to register visit www.pedalforscotland.org 

Supported by the event’s charity partner, the STV Appeal, participants can also raise money for a good cause along the way. The STV Appeal is dedicated to helping children and young people in Scotland affected by poverty.