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Looking for a new training challenge for 2021? Sign up to Clyde Muirshiel & Ride63’s annual sportive Pedal the Park, taking place on Sunday 23rd May 2021.
The event will start at Castle Semple Visitor Centre in Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire at 8.00am and will follow a challenging 115km route with approx 1650 meters of climbing through Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and North Ayrshire, the rough boundary of the Regional Park. It is aimed at road bikes but hybrids, e-bikes etc are very welcome.
Pre Event Rider Pack here – Pre Event Rider Pack PTP 2021 PDF
Route GPX here – PTP 21 V2
This is not a closed road sportive.
Pedal the Park is supporting CLIC Sargent in Scotland for the third year in a row, helping children and their families affected by cancer in the local area, with over a third of the £20 entry fee going to charity. The remaining funds will go towards Ride63’s target of improving cycling facilities and routes in the OS map 63 area.
Sign up now via British Cycling and set yourself a winter training target for you and your turbo, plus it will encourage you outside! Planning a new bike purchase soon? Signing up to Pedal the Park will get you new season ready. You can also ride for your own charity or raise additional funds for CLIC Sargent. What are you waiting for? Sign up now through British Cycling.
Food & service stops will be available if Covid regulations allow at the time and we will update the info here once we know the current situation.
The event was unable to go ahead as planned on 2nd May due to Covid regulations so it has now been rescheduled to Sunday 23rd May. All riders registered already will have an email informing them and have automatically been moved to the new date.
Event updates will be posted on the Ride 63 facebook page
A Rider Information Pack will be issued to all riders 2 weeks before the event by email.
If you entered the 2020 event which regrettably had to be cancelled due to COVID-19, you have automatically been transferred to the 2021 event. So get out that turbo trainer or cycle (as permitted by current regulations) and get into training.