Ride, Ramble or Run

Starting and finishing within the grounds of the impressive Fort George, our Ride, Ramble or Run event (formerly known as the Highland Poppy Run) is a fun way for all the family to enjoy the glorious Ardersier countryside, whilst raising money to support the Armed Forces Community. No matter what your age or fitness, there really is a distance for everyone. So, why don’t you dust off your trainers or pump up your tyres and come and join us in September.

Date: Sunday 11th September 2016, 1pm

Location: Fort George, Ardersier IV1 7TD

Distances: In addition to our 3 disciplines, we have a new challenge for 2016 – the Duathlon. The distances available for each event are as follows;
Ride – 5km, 10km or 20km
Ramble – 5km or 10km
Run – 5km or 10km
Duathlon – 5km run & 10km cycle or 10km run & 20km cycle

Cost – Ride, Ramble or Run is a fantastic event for all the family, which is why we have created a new “Family Ticket”.  This will allow families of up to 6 members to participate in whatever event they chose. Entry fees are as follows;
Child (up to & including 16 yrs) – £5 & £7.50 (duathlon)
Adult – £10 & £15 (duathlon)
Family Ticket (2 adults & up to 4 children) – £20.

Register – To register, CLICK HERE.

For more information email Danny Streames at d.streames@poppyscotland.org.uk

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