I do, but I'm not sending the route out until Thursday night for the entrants and will make it available after Sunday for those who want to ride it themselves...I'm trying to help raise some money for trail development and maintenance so happy to share the route after the event.
Very...but also depends on the rider's abilities. There is 1 section of about 2km that would be considered technical but I've seen it being ridden by cx bikes.
Beth, you'd be done in 3.5 hours so time to do the ride and birthday celebrations! (however, have a great birthday celebration!)
I'm organizing the Falkirk 100 ride on 19th August. It is intended to help raise funds to allow more development at Callander Estate trails, but also to highlight the great network of trails in the Falkirk area. It is a figure-of-8 route so could have 100Km or a 50Km route (if you don't fancy doing the full distance).
This isn't a race and it isn't guided, there are signs directing the route, but it starts at the bike trails at Greenrig, goes round them and then heads off towards Hallglen/Westquarter/The Helix/Larbert/Camelon/Falkirk Wheel and back to Greenrig; then it heads round the trails and then over to Bonnybridge/Denny/Dunipace/Torwood/Larbert/Camelon/Falkirk Wheel and then back to Greenrig.
The entry fee also includes soup and sandwich at the halfway stage (for the 100km) or the end point (for the 50Km).
A great way to discover some new trails almost on the doorstep, but also might be a good ride for some Warriors who might be looking for a day out on the bike with their parents.