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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Where do I start? I can’t say enough good things about my stay at Ardoch House for the 7 Steps to Health Course. I mean this from the bottom of my heart – It was so many things – a great atmosphere, relaxing, positive, so helpful, comfortable, comforting, inspiring, happy, fun, with loads of laughter thrown in for good measure and it just lifted my spirits tremendously! The staff members without exception, made us all feel so very welcome and it was obvious they were sincere and very caring people. You have a lovely team and “What a tonic!!”
The mindfulness course was everything I had hoped it would be. Edward is amazing. He makes you laugh and feel good and puts everyone at ease. He takes you from laughter to complete relaxation.
He makes mindfulness make sense and equips you with tools to take home to make it happen in your everyday.
I feel so blessed to have been apart of this experience. I affirmatively and positively was present in the moment and loved every minute of it.
There was a great feeling of being home on arriving at Ardoch. The familiarity instantly made you relax. Seeing familiar faces to welcome you was simply lovely. Having all the beautiful food again was a reminder and a gentle prompt and encouragement to eat a rainbow!
Thank you so so much for all your hard work. Thank you so much to Rainbow Valley for giving my mum and I not only special time together but also for equipping us with knowledge and skills to enhance our lives.
To be part of the Rainbow Valley family is a privilege. – Lou Collins
This course has opened my eyes to thinking about ‘ME’ putting myself first. Learning new techniques to relax feel good and have laughter in my life again. As a visually impaired person I was included in every session and facilitators took time to look after me. The only thing I could suggest is enlarge written material were possible, I am fortunate to have some very useful sight and can use a magnifier. I really enjoyed watching Dare to bare was emotional but really good to hear how these ladies had the confidence to get up and strut their stuff. Well done to each and everyone of them. I don’t know if you would consider me for this as I am feeling really confident about myself after 7 steps course. I will definitely recommend this course to others. I will speak to my managers and suggest this course for our staff. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone at Rainbow Valley for giving me this chance to take part in the course. Also a great big thank you to Betty she is an amazing lady helped relax me also look out for me.
The support given by all was second to none all from rainbow valley made me feel valued and important , fabulous group of dedicated people !
Rainbow Valley provide the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. As the relative of someone with the diagnosis it was a break in the most comfortable, stunning and relaxing environment. It allowed the bottled up emotions that you didnt know were there a means of escape. It allowed you as a person a means of escape. There was no poor me. But a learning experience of how to be good to me. It equipped you with skills to move forward. It was not a clinic, nor a ward or an appointment. It was not a hospital. It was a holistic nourishment and a positive step forward. It was time to be together.