Pedal for Scotland - Classic Challenge and The Big Belter

08/09/2019

Location: Route from Glasgow Green - Edinburgh
Time: Various
Date: Sunday 8 September 2019

Pedal for Scotland is a charity bike event that gives you a great chance to raise funds for Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home, whilst taking on a unique cycling adventure!

In 2019, it’s the 20th anniversary and we’re encouraging everyone to dust off their bikes and pedal for our pooches (and pusskins).

You can choose from:
The Classic Challenge (44 miles)
The Big Belter (102 miles, which is a bit more of a challenge with some hills!)

For more information on start times etc and to sign up, visit:
https://www.cycling.scot/pedal-for-scotland

Please get in touch with the fundraising team to join #TeamEDCH and support our dogs and cats this year! Email: fundraising@edch.org.uk or call 0131 669 5331 for more information and to get your free fundraising pack (including some awesome branded stuff!) 

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