Looking for something a bit different? Then cycle 100 miles through the night on lovely quiet roads from England across the border to Scotland on the weekend nearest the summer solstice.
Follow in the footsteps of the Roman legions who trudged the long road from Luguvalium (Carlisle) to the old garrison camp of Caer Amon (Cramond). Sol Invictus was the Roman God of the unconquered sun and was the Roman legionnaires guide through war and battle and it is with that spirit that we ride through the night to arrive for sunrise on Cramond beach, tired but unconquered!
Click HERE to register your interest – It’s FREE to take part, there is a chip shop stop in Moffat after 43 miles, bananas and water at the Crook Inn pub at 61 miles, and bacon sarnies served at the finish.