SATURDAY
APRIL 29th 2017
'our seventh event'

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The souvenir mugs and the bike numbers have arrived. We are now going into the final month of preparation.

 

 

If you would like to ride the 2017 Sportive Kinross but didn’t secure a place please consider helping CHAS. Agree to raise a minimum amount for CHAS and you could still get a Sportive place for next April. Interested? then contact Rachel, at CHAS, directly.

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You can still ride this years Sportive Kinross!!

By taking up a sponsored place through our partner charity CHAS

CHAS still has free places to offer for the Sportive Kinross. In return, they ask that you attempt to raise a minimum of £150 sponsorship to benefit CHAS. They will support you in your fundraising and provide you with a sponsor pack and a complimentary CHAS t-shirt. If you would like more information please contact CHAS community fundraiser Rachel Cheer on either 01577 865222 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Or volunteer for 2017 and a get a guaranteed free place for 2018

Offer to help out with one of the many tasks needed to make the Sportive Kinross a success. Give up your time on Sportive day by maybe helping with registration or marshalling out on the course somewhere. Its a great day out and for your troubles you will get a guaranteed free place on the next years event.

Heaven Scent who are one of the sponsors for this years Sportive are giving 10% off any food purchased for cyclists.
Please download the following flyer

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Dunning feed station to move this year

Over the past 6 years the Dunning feed station has served us well and the Landlord at the Kirkstyle Inn has been most welcoming to our event. We have been aware though of congestion on the road outside the Kirkstyle. We are planning to move the feed station just around the corner into Thorntree Square onto a large concrete pad located in a disused piece of land. This will give us room to get all cyclists and bikes away from the road during the refuelling stop. Toilets will also be provided on site. This by kind permission of the land owner Simon Howie “The Scottish Butcher” of Dunning. Check out their website at http://www.thescottishbutcher.com/

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