Cycle for STV Children's Appeal



Take on Scotland's biggest bike ride and raise funds for the STV Children's Appeal!

We are delighted to announce that this is our sixth year as the official charity partner of Pedal for Scotland, a fantastic opportunity to make a difference to the lives of even more Scottish children affected by poverty.

Take a look at the variety of events you can sign up for below:

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Sunday 6 May 2018

The Wee Jaunt Falkirk is a family friendly and traffic free seven and a half mile (a two loop circuit) bike ride. The route takes in the wonderful Helix park, the Kelpies, the canalside and Falkirk Stadium. There is an event village with refreshments and activities providing the perfect day out for families and friends - no matter age or cycling ability.

Click here to sign up.

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Sunday 9 September 2018

Have a look at the variety of bike rides available depending on your age and ability:

Wee Jaunt Edinburgh

The Wee Jaunt Edinburgh is a family friendly and traffic free 10 mile bike ride. Starting in the beautiful town of Linlithgow, taking in the final 10 miles of the Classic Challenge route to the finish and event village where riders will find in a range of activities for all ages.

Click here to sign up.

Classic Challenge

The Classic Challenge is a 45 mile bike ride from Glasgow to Edinburgh. This is the event’s most popular ride and attracted over 6,000 participants in 2017. Challenge yourself, take part with friends and family or raise money for great causes - no matter your reason for taking part, the Classic Challenge is a fantastic day out on your bike.

Click here to sign up.

Big Belter

The Big Belter is a Sportive ride of 93 miles from Glasgow to Edinburgh. The ride uses the same start, first 25 miles and finish points as the Classic Challenge ride, meaning you get the buzz of Scotland’s biggest bike event on a quieter route designed for serious roadies. You'll encounter some steep climbs and some challenging descents - the Big Belter is for those who want a serious challenge and want to put in the time to prepare for it.

Click here to sign up.

Once you've signed up

The easiest way to raise and collect money is by setting up your own fundraising page online, this allows people to donate quickly and securely. You can do this through Just Giving or BT MyDonate.

Step by step guides on setting up your page can be found here

You can also download a sponsor form here.

Good Luck and Thank You for helping young people and children affected by poverty in Scotland.

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