As the club has 2 main sections - MTB and Road, there are different times and locations for runs.
The Mountain Bike section meets at the King's Park (next to the bandstand where the skate park is situated).
Saturday rides are usually about 2-3 hours long and consist of people who are using it as a bit of a training session, the pace is fast but achievable if you had good fitness.
These rides start at 10:00 and leave no later than 10:05.
Sunday rides have been split into two sections. The first, which leaves at 11:00 is for people who want a faster cycle (or who can't make it out in the afternoon), but not wanting it to be a training run.
More information about the MTB runs can be found here.
As the clocks are going forward this weekend there should
be enough light for the Tuesday night wheel about to get up
and running at the Chartershall circuit. More details can
be found here.
The Road section meet at the Stirling Swimming Pool at 10:00
am on Saturday mornings for a 2-3 hours leisurely ride. The
ride is between 15-20mph and is a social ride intended for
anyone with a road bike to join - or for those with a mountain
bike, it can be just as tough as the road ride on Sunday for
On a Sunday the road section meet at 10:00 at the swimming pool for a longer, harder ride. Distances range from 50-100 miles on the day and the pace is a bit faster.
More information about the Road runs can be found here.
Access / Rights of Way
As the club has a CTC Rights of Way Officer, we felt it would be beneficial to the local riders (and non-locals for that matter!), to have a section where news can be printed about any Rights of Way issues that crop up. The Officer is rather busy with this side of things so there should be regular updates.
More information on Access/Rights of way can be found here.
Coming Soon!!! A searchable database of MTB and Road rides within the Stirling area (once we get the technology sorted it may expand to Scotland). What will happen is that you enter the type of ride you want, the type of terrain you require and the database will return suitable options.
RootGyde is taking longer to compile than originally thought so in the meantime, here is a link to the temporary page.