'King of the Mountains', The Robert Millar Sportive

Cycle Sportive , Fintry – Sunday, 29 Jun 2014

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Event Summary

Event Details

Event URN:

317364

Start Date:

Sun, 29th Jun 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Fintry Sports Club , Kippen Road, Fintry, G63 0YA
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Event Website:

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Reports

Robert Millar sportive rides again

Posted 27/05/2014 - British Cycling

Sportive inspired by great climber tours Trossachs

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Ride the Robert Millar Sportive

Posted 03/04/2014 - British Cycling

Sportive celebrates achievements of Millar

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About the Event

Info for Riders

Robert Millar is still in our opinion one the greatest Grand Tour riders ever to come out of The British Isles and in his early years, he trained extensively on the roads around Glasgow. The event celebrates much of what Robert Millar was famous for: the challenge of climbing and it negotiates a number of well known climbs including the 'Braes of Greenock', 'Dukes Pass', 'Top of The World', 'Crow Road' and the 'Tak ma Doon' road. With two routes, a 98 mile and a 44 mile option this event will challenge all riders. Participating in the event will also help to support a development programme for a new generation of promising young cyclists via The Braveheart Cycling Fund. 98 mile & 44 mile route options Changing and shower facilities at Fintry Sports Club, Kippen Road, Fintry, G63 0YA.

The Rides

Long Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 29/06/14 08:00 06 hr / 157km / 98 miles 100
Sun 29/06/14 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 100
06 hr / 157km / 98 miles
Short Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 29/06/14 09:00 71km / 44 miles ---
Sun 29/06/14 – 09:00
71km / 44 miles

Event Summary

Event Details

Event URN:

317364

Start Date:

Sun, 29th Jun 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Fintry Sports Club , Kippen Road, Fintry, G63 0YA
View map

Event Website:

Visit Website

Reports

Robert Millar sportive rides again

Posted 27/05/2014 - British Cycling

Sportive inspired by great climber tours Trossachs

View Full Report

Ride the Robert Millar Sportive

Posted 03/04/2014 - British Cycling

Sportive celebrates achievements of Millar

View Full Report

About the Event

Info for Riders

Robert Millar is still in our opinion one the greatest Grand Tour riders ever to come out of The British Isles and in his early years, he trained extensively on the roads around Glasgow. The event celebrates much of what Robert Millar was famous for: the challenge of climbing and it negotiates a number of well known climbs including the 'Braes of Greenock', 'Dukes Pass', 'Top of The World', 'Crow Road' and the 'Tak ma Doon' road. With two routes, a 98 mile and a 44 mile option this event will challenge all riders. Participating in the event will also help to support a development programme for a new generation of promising young cyclists via The Braveheart Cycling Fund. 98 mile & 44 mile route options Changing and shower facilities at Fintry Sports Club, Kippen Road, Fintry, G63 0YA.

The Rides

Long Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 29/06/14 08:00 06 hr / 157km / 98 miles 100
Sun 29/06/14 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 100
06 hr / 157km / 98 miles
Short Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 29/06/14 09:00 71km / 44 miles ---
Sun 29/06/14 – 09:00
71km / 44 miles

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