APRIL 29th 2017
'our seventh event'

in association with



 Please note that by entering the Sportive Kinross you agree to the Terms and Conditions as laid out below.


You may receive occasional mail from us about your entry into the event. You WILL receive an email with final details and your ride number in early April. Please ensure that your mailing system can accept emails from
Terms of entry into the Sportive Kinross.

It is a condition of entry into any of the Sportive Kinross events that,

  1. By entering the event you acknowledge it is a test of your physical stamina and your capacity to complete the route you have chosen to ride. You must consider yourself fit to participate and complete the event. If you have any doubts about your health or have any known medical conditions you should consult and obtain a doctors approval before entering and participating in a Sportive Kinross event. Sportive Kinross events are designed and intended to be physically challenging and a level of good basic fitness will be required by entrants in order to complete even the shortest route.

  2. You acknowledge that participation in a Sportive Kinross event is at your own risk and that the organisers cannot be held liable for any injury, loss or damage caused or sustained as a result of your participation. You will observe the highway code and the direction of appointed event marshals and officials at all times while participating in a Sportive Kinross event.

  3. If you are unable to ride the Sportive Kinross for any reason, no refund can be offered. Places are only transferrable to another person at the discretion of the organisers.

  4. Any riders under the age of eighteen must be accompanied by an adult at all times. No entrants under the age of 16 will be allowed without the express consent of the organisers being granted. In addition for any entrant under 18, the online entry (via Entry Central) must be completed and paid for by a parent or guardian.

  5. An approved cycle helmet, conforming to CE standards EN1078 (or better), is worn at all times whilst riding during a Sportive Kinross event. As encouraged under British Cycling Guidelines for Non-competitive Events.

  6. You will be supplied with a number which should be clearly fixed to the front of your bike during the event.

  7. All participants will be covered by the event third party insurance for the duration of the event, the cost of which is included in the entry fee. Please note that this does NOT cover personal injury or loss during the event.

  8. Riders will be responsible for the roadworthiness of their own bicycle. The use of triathlon handlebars or other bar extensions are not permitted in our events for safety reasons.

  9. All riders are recommended to carry drink bottles, snack food, basic tools, at least one replacement inner tube and suitable wet weather clothing. We also advise that riders carry ID and a small amount of money. A mobile phone is also worth carrying in the event of an emergency, although various locations on the routes might have poor signal reception.

  10. Riders will be set off in groups as required by Police guidance supplied to Sportive Kinross.

  11. You are requested to ride in single file where appropriate, to be aware of your fellow cyclists and most importantly other road users. The event is being held on a public highway where the rights of and responsibilities to other road users apply.

  12. Mobile support vehicles in the form of cars or motorbikes are forbidden. You may, however, receive support from a stationary vehicle which is legally parked and does not impede riders or other traffic.

  13. Detailed route information and maps will be available on line, but navigation during the event will be your own responsibility.

  14. There will be signage at most junctions and marshals at major junctions to assist with directions. However the organisers offer no warranty that these signs will not be obstructed, removed, vandalized or interfered with in anyway. Therefore the organiser strongly recommends participants carry the route instructions that are available online.

  15. Food and drink will be provided at the designated feeding stations, but we cannot guarantee supplies, and please be mindful of those following behind.

  16. On completion of the event, you must check in at the finish HQ at Loch Leven Community Campus.

  17. All riders must complete their ride by 17:00 to avail themselves of the full amenities at Loch Leven Community Campus. Please note that there is no hot food available after 16:00.

  18. The event will take place regardless of weather conditions and only be cancelled or the routes modified if, in the opinion of the police or the event organisers, an entrants reasonable safety is at risk. If the event is cancelled or if you are unable to ride the event there will be no refund of entry fees.