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Christina MacKenzie speaker at Cycling UK Annual gathering in Stirling Saturday 27/11/21. Free event 10 Nov 2021 14:32 #17713

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You are invited to attend the Cycling UK in Scotland Annual Gathering on Saturday 27 November at the Mayfield Centre in Stirling. We'd also love to welcome non-members that would like to know more about Cycling UK!

There will be an optional led ride in the morning before the gathering, followed by a series of inspiring and informative talks, including:

Adventure cyclist, author, podcaster and creator of CyclingEurope.org, Andrew P. Sykes
An account of her record breaking ride by women's Land's End to John o' Groats record holder Christina Mackenzie
Speech by Cycling UK Chief Executive Sarah Mitchell
A look at a massive year for cycle campaigning and policy in Scotland, by Cycling UK's Jim Densham
An update on Cycling UK's work to improve people's lives through cycling by Suzanne Forup

Tea and coffee will be available from 10.30am, with the event starting at 11am.

A free lunch of soup, sandwich and cake will be provided.

Led ride

Starting at 9.30am from Stirling train station, this ride will take in historical sites from Bannockburn and Jacobite battles. The ride will be 10km at the pace of the slowest rider. www.strava.com/routes/2888025798574898482 Please sign up when booking.

Covid measures

Please take a lateral flow test the day before the event
If your test is positive, or if you have any Covid symptoms, please don't come
People who are not medically exempt will be required to wear a mask, except when eating or presenting.
Ventilation will be turned up to maximum in the venue

You must book in advance via eventbright

If you have any questions, please contact Andrew Abbess, chair of the Cycling UK Scottish Advisory Committee on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We look forward to seeing you!
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