2014 Endura Braveheart Fundraising Ride

Cycle Sportive , Kilmarnock – Saturday, 25 Oct 2014

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Event Summary

Event Overview

The Braveheart Ride is a fantastic opportunity for you to contribute directly to the development of Scotland's future cycling champions. All proceeds raised from the event go to up and coming Scottish cycling talent.The Braveheart Fund provides financial assistance to 10 - 15 riders each year enabling them to train and compete at their highest level within the sport. 

This year's Ride takes in some of the attractive scenery on offer in both East Ayrshire & East Renfrewshire. Leaving Kilmarnock, the route travels up through Waterside village, before the climb over Ballageich Hill. A fast descent then takes us down to the edge of Eaglesham, before we turn onto another climb up Bonnyton Moor to the golf course at the top. Descending again we then skirt Newton Mearns, travelling through the dams above Neilston, before an undulating section towards Dunlop. We then turn briefly onto the B769, before the drag up Clunch Road to the A77, when we then retrace our route back to Kilmarnock. 

The event entry fee will include a commemorative medal and each rider will also receive a food voucher for pasta & a hot or cold drink.   

Event Details

Event URN:

353770

Start Date:

Sat, 25th Oct 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

St Joseph's Academy, 9 Grassyards Road, New Farm Loch, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, KA3 7SL
View map

Cheques payable to:

enter online at British Cycling

Entry close date

Fri, 18th Oct 2013

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

The Endura Braveheart Ride is a fantastic opportunity for you to contribute directly to the development of Scotland's future cycling champions. All proceeds raised from the event go to up and coming Scottish cycling talent.The Braveheart Fund provides financial assistance to 10 - 15 riders each year enabling them to train and compete at their highest level within the sport. This year's Ride takes in some of the attractive scenery on offer in both East Ayrshire & East Renfrewshire. Leaving Kilmarnock, the route travels up through Waterside village, before the climb over Ballageich Hill. A fast descent then takes us down to the edge of Eaglesham, before we turn onto another climb up Bonnyton Moor to the golf course at the top. Descending again we then skirt Newton Mearns, travelling through the dams above Neilston, before an undulating section towards Dunlop. We then turn briefly onto the B769, before the drag up Clunch Road to the A77, when we then retrace our route back to Kilmarnock.

The Rides

71k Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 25/10/14 10:30 71km / 44 miles ---
Sat 25/10/14 – 10:30

71k

71km / 44 miles
32k Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 25/10/14 10:50 32km / 20 miles ---
Sat 25/10/14 – 10:50

32k

32km / 20 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Braveheart Ride is a fantastic opportunity for you to contribute directly to the development of Scotland's future cycling champions. All proceeds raised from the event go to up and coming Scottish cycling talent.The Braveheart Fund provides financial assistance to 10 - 15 riders each year enabling them to train and compete at their highest level within the sport. 

This year's Ride takes in some of the attractive scenery on offer in both East Ayrshire & East Renfrewshire. Leaving Kilmarnock, the route travels up through Waterside village, before the climb over Ballageich Hill. A fast descent then takes us down to the edge of Eaglesham, before we turn onto another climb up Bonnyton Moor to the golf course at the top. Descending again we then skirt Newton Mearns, travelling through the dams above Neilston, before an undulating section towards Dunlop. We then turn briefly onto the B769, before the drag up Clunch Road to the A77, when we then retrace our route back to Kilmarnock. 

The event entry fee will include a commemorative medal and each rider will also receive a food voucher for pasta & a hot or cold drink.   

Event Details

Event URN:

353770

Start Date:

Sat, 25th Oct 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

St Joseph's Academy, 9 Grassyards Road, New Farm Loch, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, KA3 7SL
View map

Cheques payable to:

enter online at British Cycling

Entry close date

Fri, 18th Oct 2013

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

The Endura Braveheart Ride is a fantastic opportunity for you to contribute directly to the development of Scotland's future cycling champions. All proceeds raised from the event go to up and coming Scottish cycling talent.The Braveheart Fund provides financial assistance to 10 - 15 riders each year enabling them to train and compete at their highest level within the sport. This year's Ride takes in some of the attractive scenery on offer in both East Ayrshire & East Renfrewshire. Leaving Kilmarnock, the route travels up through Waterside village, before the climb over Ballageich Hill. A fast descent then takes us down to the edge of Eaglesham, before we turn onto another climb up Bonnyton Moor to the golf course at the top. Descending again we then skirt Newton Mearns, travelling through the dams above Neilston, before an undulating section towards Dunlop. We then turn briefly onto the B769, before the drag up Clunch Road to the A77, when we then retrace our route back to Kilmarnock.

The Rides

71k Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 25/10/14 10:30 71km / 44 miles ---
Sat 25/10/14 – 10:30

71k

71km / 44 miles
32k Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 25/10/14 10:50 32km / 20 miles ---
Sat 25/10/14 – 10:50

32k

32km / 20 miles
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