The Great Inverurie Charity Bike Ride Aberdeenshire Scotland



The annual Inverurie charity bike ride was started in 1987 and has seen an increase in cycle riders each year who are all raising a superb amount for charities such as the Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund for Children, CHAS (Children's Hospice Association Scotland) and Childline Scotland. The 2005 ride had over 1100 entrants.


Many of the cyclists wear fancy dress making this an event for spectators as well as competitors. Previous cyclists in fancy dress included Batman, Robin, The Queen, The Wombles, Fred and Wilma Flintstone and Orville. The event is open to individuals, clubs, children and families. Entry is free.

The Route Of The Great Inverurie Charity Bike Ride


The route is circular and is 25 miles and takes in some of the charming sights of Inverurie such as Kellands Park and The Chapel of Garioch.


For more information and an entry form see their website at www.gibr.co.uk.


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