Evans Cycles Ride It Scotland 2013

Evans Cycles Ride It!

Evans Cycles Ride It!


Sunday 24th March 2013


Callander, Stirling, Scotland


The Evans Cycles Ride It series returns to Callander for 2013 and will give riders a taste of some of the Highland’s characteristically awe inspiring wilderness.


A choice of 4 route options –

  • Fun Route – 12 miles
  • Short Route – 30 miles
  • Medium Route – 60 miles
  • Long Route – 90 miles

“This ride boasts some seriously special treats. It is unique because we are able to offer 13 miles of closed road around Loch Katrina, in the heart of Trossachs. Not only that, but we give riders a chance to test their legs on a legendary climb: twice! Duke’s Pass covers 500ft of climbing in 2 miles, and we give those on the medium and long routes two attempts, a practice run and a second chance towards the end of the ride.”


  • Electronic Timing
  • Choice of waymarked routes
  • Waterproof back up route map
  • Feed Stations supported by High 5
  • Mechanical Support
  • Sag Wagon
  • On Site Catering
  • Gore Bike Wear Try Before You Buy
  • Garmin Demo GPS Units


McLaren Leisure Centre
Mollands Road
FK17 8JP



Website entry – Yes (entry webpage)

Entry on the day – Yes (entry form)


  • Fun route – £5.00 per rider (additional surcharge of £2.50 for on the day entry)
  • All other routes – £15.00 per rider (additional surcharge of £2.50 for on the day entry)
  • Children under 16 ride for free when accompanied by a paying adult


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5 thoughts on “Evans Cycles Ride It Scotland 2013”

  1. do you have maps showing the routes for Sunday 24th March 2013 event at Callander, Stirling, Scotland please?

    1. Evans Cycles don’t normally publish maps until the week before the event. The route should be similar to last year and from what I remember it started bu heading along Loch Venacher, over Duke’s Pass, around Lock Katrine then back over Duke’s Pass a second time to Aberfoyl before winding it’s way back to Callander.

      1. thanks; I was thinking in particular about the 12 mile event please. Myself (a “new” cyclist) and my 7 year old son were thinking about that one. And my husband possibly the medium or long one. Does the 12 mile event go on roads? thanks

        1. I believe the 12 mile route does go on the roads but I think they’ll stay away from any main roads so there shouldn’t be much traffic on the route. The fun routes are aimed at new cyclists and families so the routes are designed to suit these riders.

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