For a Registration Fee, members of the Club will support cyclists, riding to raise funds for named charities.
Participants in the Callander Cycle Challenges – 2016 & 2017 raised well over £40,000 for various excellent causes.
The Callander Cycle Challenge is organised by Motherwell &
Wishaw Rotary Club and has been set up with a choice of routes ranging
from a fun, family cycle event up to a serious cycling challenge. The
event allows participants to raise much needed funds for a charity
of their choosing.
Come and enjoy spectacular Scottish scenery within the Loch Lomond
& Trossachs National Park, while cycling one of three route options.
Start and finish point is Callander, a beautiful bustling tourist town
situated on the River Teith, near Stirling, often described as the gateway
to the Highlands.
Registration costs £25 per person (children £5 with
participating parents) to cover basic costs (any remaining profit
supporting Rotary Charities) and participants are asked to commit to
raising a minimum of £100 for their chosen charity.
Route 1- Callander to Strathyre & Return- 18 miles
Route 2- Callander to Balquhidder & Return- 25 miles
Route 3- Callander to Killin & Return- 48 miles
Most of the routes are off road, or along quiet back roads in
this beautiful part of Scotland. Check in takes place in the Callander car
park, opposite the Dreadnaught Hotel, and further start details will be
issued after registration is complete.
Individuals, groups and families are welcome.
Full details can be found at on www.callandercyclechallenge.org.uk
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