19th May 2018
Own Place £99 / Charity Place - £39 + Sponsorship
Brand new for 2018, we are coming to Scotland! We are very excited to confirm that Glasgow will be a new Nightrider city. There will be two routes available - a 100km and a 50km ride. Both are circular and will start and finish at the same place.
The route is made up of 2 loops, each of approximately 50km. If you are taking part in the 50km ride you will do the first loop only. At the end of each loop you return to where you started.
Full support, back up and regular break stops are provided throughout the night and a well-earned breakfast and medal at the finish.
Loop 1 - south loop (48km approx)
- Elder Park
- Ibrox Stadium
- Maxwell Park
- Queen's Park
- Hampden Park
- Cathkin Braes Country Park
- Fantastic cycling sections
Loop 2 - north loop (52km approx)
- Glasgow Science Centre
- BBC Scotland
- Kelvingrove Park
- University of Glasgow
- Park Terrace & Park Circus
- Sauchiehall Street
- University of Strathclyde
- Glasgow Cathedral
- Glasgow Green
- Billy Connelly murals
- Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome
- Gorbals Boys sculpture
- Celtic Park
- Firhill stadium (Partick Thistle FC)
- Tennents Brewery
- Gallery of Modern Art and the Duke of Wellington
- George Square
- St Georges Tron
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