June 3, 2017
The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice are organising a cycling event around the Isle of Arran on Saturday 3rd June. Cyclists can choose between the 55 mile circular route around the island or try the 72 mile Figure of 8 route which include crossing the String Road twice.
Included in your registration price of £50 is your ferry to and from Arran, lunch and dinner, first aid support, bike mechanics, hospice team support, a hospice t-shirt and your completion medal.
The 2017 Bethany Sportive is a mass participation cycling event in Midlothian and the Scottish Borders, taking place on the 3rd June 2017. Now in it’s 9th year, this exciting event is growing from strength to strength. Whether you’re a serious amateur, looking to try something new or just want to keep fit, there’s something for you at the Bethany Sportive. The Bethany Sportive is an event run by the charity Bethany Christian Trust, to raise funds to support their work with homeless and vulnerable people. Every year, Bethany supports over 7,000 homeless and vulnerable people to find, equip and maintain a home within their local community. As well as meeting housing needs, Bethany provides support to individuals and families to help them tackle long-term homelessness problems, including addictions, debt, lack of furniture, unemployment and social isolation.
Monthly free ride organised by Volunteers from West Lothian Sustrans Group.
Cycling at an easy sociable pace, occasional and less experienced cyclists, to encourage cycling for leisure and commuting.
The rides are easy to moderate level, with quiet roads, traffic-free paths and gentle gradients favoured in order for the less confident to enjoy the ride as much as those with more experience! If speed and distance are your thing, this is not for you. We will wait on stragglers, help with punctures.
Meet on the first Saturday of the month at Howden Park Centre, Livingston in time for a 10:30am start