Clyde Muirshiel and Ride63’s annual Pedal in the park is taking place on Sunday 23rd May. The non-competitive sporting challenge encourages everyone to take part. It is aimed at road bikes, however, hybrids, e-bikes etc are also welcome.
Pedal in the park road cycling challenge follows a 115km route with roughly 1650m of climbing through Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and North Ayrshire.
The event will start at Castle Semple Visitor Centre in Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire at 8.00am.
Getting started… Simple sign up!
Sign up via British Cycling – Pedal The Park 2021 Events – British Cycling.
The event is supporting CLIC Sargent in Scotland, helping children and families affected by cancer in the local area. Whereby, a third of the £20 entry fee goes towards CLIC Sargent. The remaining amount going towards Ride63’s target of improving cycling facilities and routes in the OS map 63 area.
Participants can also raise funds for another chosen charity or raise additional funds for CLIC Sargent.
Riders who signed up for the 2020 Pedal in the park which was cancelled due to COVID-19, will have been automatically transferred to the 2021 challenge.