Highland Perthshire Cycle information

“Cycle Highland Perthshire” focussed on cycling information in Highland Perthshire which includes the towns of Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Dunkeld, Pitlochry and Rannoch. It also includes cycling routes and information for cyclists all year round. There is also information on the ‘Marie Curie Cancer Care Etape Caledonia’ Britain’s largest closed road event for the ordinary cyclist.  

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Cycle Highland Perthshire Guide 2014


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To launch the Highland Perthshire Cycling Festival in 2012 - a cycle bungee leap was organised.


Image - Adam Flint of Progression Bikes, in Dunkeld jumping off the Garry Bridge at the Pass of Killiecrankie, 2 miles north of Pitlochry.

The leap was organised for the 28th February, as 2012 is a leap year - so leaping in to the extra day 29th.

You Tube logo Watch a short intro then probably some of the best footage of the cycle leap off the bridge. (2mins 18 secs).




Marie Curie Cance Care Etape Caledonia.

Etape Caledonia on You Tube

On YOU TUBE - Watch a You Tube documentary on the 2010 MacMillan Cancer Support Etape Caledonia Event.

Etape Caledonia Training Rides (Beginner, Easy and Moderate Rides) give you full supported cycle training as you prepare for the event in May - why not come up and stay and take part in a traing cycling ride to help you prepare for the event? 

Etape Caledonia 2010 on You Tube

On YOU TUBE - Highland Perthshire at the Scottish Bike Show in the SECC in Glasgow (1mins 51 secs)----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Highland Perthshire Cycling Festival  

loch rannochThe Highland Perthshire Cycling Group (individuals and businesses who are keen on cycling), each May  organise a:-




How about Volunteering for the Etape Caledonia ? – You will be an integral part of Etape Caledonia, mixing with competitors.

Registration - You will be part of Etape Caledonia registration team, handing out race packs and goodies. You will be located in the event village, the hub of activity where sponsors, catering units and merchandise stands will all be operating.
On Friday 9thMay (volunteers needed between 1730 and 1915)
Saturday 10th May (volunteers needed from 1430-2015) is when all of our competitors will arrive and all will need to register pre-event.
Event Day - Those that are looking to be involved on the event day will be needed in a variety of different roles from helping with the start procedure to handing out medals at the finish line. With the race starting at 0630, those that volunteer on the event day will be required from 0500 – 1300. So if you would like to get up to watch the sun rise over 5,000 cyclists filling the streets of Pitlochry.


Please get in touch. Please contact james.higgs@imgworld.com / 020 8233 5520 and he will be able to give you specific timings and details of times available. All those that volunteer will receive an event goody bag, a packed lunch and a great day at one of the UK’s leading Cycle events.



The Cycle Highland Perthshire website is designed so cycling information is easily available for those wishing to cycle this beautiful scenic part of Scotland.  As well as cycling information, we aim to provide cyclists and their families with all the information on what this magnificent region has to offera all those interesting in being out and about cycling in Highland Perthshire. 

Highland Perthshire is unique in that each area offers something very distinct and individual to cyclists and visitors alike.  We have a section introducing you to each individual area within Highland Perthshire.  Importantly we want your feedback and suggestion on what ‘you’ would like to see included on the Cycle Highland Perthshire website.

Enjoy your cycle trips in Aberfeldy, Pitlochry, Blair Atholl, Dunkeld and Kinloch Rannoch - cycling is one of the best activities in Highland Perthshire.

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