Confirmed so far – Official Programme to come soon
Sunday 17/06/18 : Big Sunday Road Cycle (All abilities with 3 ride lengths)
Monday 18/06/18 : Evening Mountain Biking (All abilities)
Tuesday 19/06/18 : Cat 3/4 road race
Wednesday 20/06/18 : After school cycling club + ByCycle Road Rides
Thursday 21/06/18 : Electric Bike Event
Friday 22/06/18 : Cycle for Cake bike rides + Mark Beaumont talk (“Around the world and back to Coupar Angus”)
Saturday 23/06/18 : Festival in the park : FREE
The Clan Cycle Stunt Team, The Bike air bag, Pumptrack for all abilities all day, All ability Cycling, Cycling obstacle course, BMX Skate/BMX Jam, Introduction to Cyclocross, British Cycling Youth races/Dirt crits, kids races, Bike demos incl Electric, tandems, folding, hybrids and Mountain bikes. LOTS MORE TBC
Ballo Enduro Mountain bike Practice day (Start/Finish in the park)
Fundraiser evening with Pumptrack racing, live music and cycling films
Sunday 24/06/18 : Larghan Park
Ballo Enduro Mountain Bike Race Day (Start/Finish in the Park), Pumptrack in the park and more TBC.
The Coupar Angus Cycling Festival is here to inspire people locally and regionally to become engaged with cycling in the Strathmore area and beyond. Participation will be the key to the success of the Festival.
Our festival is designed to have something for everyone. It is a celebration of Cycling in Coupar Angus and represents what the Coupar Angus Cycling Hub is here to do ; Get people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds on bikes.
The Cycling Festival will benefit people from Coupar Angus and beyond. We aim to increase interest and commitment to cycling for all ages. We are also keen to engage with people who may not be able to cycle because of the costs, their abilities and any other reasons. We wish to demonstrate to people the benefits of cycling and what is available for them, in terms of bikes and support from the cycling hub.
Lots of more information to follow soon so watch this space, get the dates in your diary and please spread the word.
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