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We're looking forward to 2024!

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Taking place on some of the finest roads and views in Fife, it is an event not to be missed!

The start line and HQ will once again be located at The Cycle Hub within the beautiful Pittencrieff Park (known locally as The Glen). 

We offer two routes of 58 and 92 miles, so you are sure to find a route to suit to test the legs. 

Our sportive also offers the following features:

  • Electronic time keeping 

  • Refreshment Stations - Stay hydrated and fed along your route with our free refreshment stops on the ride.

  • Event Photography - Our event will be covered by a photographer to capture your day.

  • Free memento -  Every rider will receive a finishers medal after completing the sportive.


All for a £30 entry fee (+£1 booking fee).

As a Not for Profit organisation your entry fee and all funds raised stay within the Club to support our aims of increasing cycling participation in the community, particularly women. and junior riders. We will also make a donation to a charity of our choice from the net proceeds.

This year we are also pleased to confirm again that the event is open to recumbent bikes and e-bikes. Once you have booked, please advise the organiser separately if you will be using these, thanks.


Full Route - 147 km/92 miles - (Climbing - 1437 m / 4713 ft) Start time: 7:00am

The Full Route. The toughest of our two rides at 92 miles. Before hitting the climbs it takes in a fast coastal section of the UCI Elite Men's Road Race route through Culross before turning east, with a steep ascent over the Lomond Hills to historic Falkland and Lindores Loch. It then travels west, re-joining the 'Challenge Route' riders at Loch Leven, before returning to Dunfermline via the Cleish hill climb.

Challenge Route - 95km - 58 Miles -  (Climbing - 913 m / 2992 ft) - Start time: 7:30am

The Challenge Route. At 58 miles this ride still enjoys much of the same beautiful scenery as its sibling, but at a more comfortable distance. It still retains the excellent coastal section of last year's 'UCI Worlds' route through historic Culross, and takes you on a classic loop around Loch Leven. There it re-joins the Full Route riders before returning to Dunfermline via the Cleish hill climb. It may be shorter, however it still represents a challenge for those wishing to push themselves! 

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