Three routes 12, 33, 54 Kilometres using Yarrow and Ettrick Valleys. Starting and Finishing at Selkirk Cricket Club.
Rotary Club of
Rotary Cycle Ride
24th June 2018
aid of Prostate Scotland
at Selkirk Cricket Club
Medium and Long Routes
Results Below 2018 - Many thanks to all those who Entered and to all who Marshalled.
fee : £16
(of which at least £15 will go to Prostate Scotland)
read Terms and Conditions Below, by Clicking to Enter you are accepting these.
Conditions of Entry
Ride is all about enjoyment, but with some testing climbs for the enthusiasts!!
If you’ve never done an event like this before, then this will be a perfect
opportunity to have a go, in a relaxed atmosphere. If you’re training for a
bigger event it’s a good way to see how you cope with some good climbs!
Selkirk Cricket Club, Scottish Borders TD7 5AX
Open to all
riders over 16 years old (over 18 for the 50 km) under 18’s must be accompanied
by an adult.
There is a
choice of 3 circular routes 12km / 20km / 50km. The routes are mainly over
quiet back roads. This is NOT a closed road circuit but it will be clearly
Sign on is
at Selkirk Cricket Club on the Sunday morning (24th June) from
Any riders under the age of eighteen must be
accompanied by an adult at all times whilst the entrant under 18 is
participating in the route.
You must sign
in to receive your number board.
riders will be set of in “waves” of 15 to 20 at 2 minute intervals from 9:30 to
be posted on the Rotary Club of Selkirk Facebook page after the event.
will follow the last riders round each route to check everyone gets round OK. There will
be a refreshment station on each of the 20km & 50km routes. Food, water,
teas & coffees will be available at the finish.
Terms of Entry:
- By entering the event you acknowledge
it is a test of your physical stamina and your capacity to complete the route
you have chosen to ride. You must consider yourself fit to participate and
complete the event.
you are unable to attend for any reason, sorry no refund can be offered.
You can however give your place to another rider. It is the entrant’s
responsibility to inform us of this transfer. A cut-off date for this transfer
will apply and will be notified on our face book page nearer to the event.
approved cycle helmet, conforming to CE standards EN1078 (or better), is worn
at all times whilst riding during our event. As encouraged under British
Cycling Guidelines for Non-competitive Events.
riders are recommended to carry drink bottles, snack food, basic tools and at
least one replacement inner tube. We also advise that riders carry ID. A mobile
phone is advised in the event of an emergency, although various locations on
the routes will have poor (sometimes none) signal reception.
are requested to ride in single file where appropriate, to be aware of your
fellow cyclists and most importantly other road users.
route information and maps will be available and route will be well marked but
navigation during the event will be your own responsibility.
completion of the event, you must check in at the finish at Selkirk Cricket club.
event will take place regardless of weather conditions and only be cancelled or
the routes modified if in the opinion of the police or the event organisers an
entrant’s reasonable safety is at risk. If the event is cancelled or if you are
unable to ride the event there will be no refund of entry fees, they will still
go to Prostate Scotland.
To enter select Route and provide Rider details:
Information about Prostate Cancer click image below
Information about Bike
Safety Click image below.
The Short One
Or View route on Sports Tracker click ShortOne
The Medium One
Or view on Sports tracker click here Mediumone
The Long One
Or view on Sports tracker click here TheLongOne
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