Tour de Forth 2019
The Tour de Forth is a fundraising cycling sportive around the river Forth which raises vital funds for two locally based charities. In 2019 the event will take place on Sunday 2nd June. There are now two routes; the Classic 97.3km route around the River Forth via the Forth Road and Kincardine bridges and the Nouveau 44km route through Hopetoun to Linlithgow and back to Ingliston. Entry fee is £30.
Enjoy the beautiful views on the way out, but remember to save something for the hills on the return leg. This event is being run to raise money for Radio Forth's Cash for Kids and Mercy Corps with all funds raised equally split between these great causes. The event was over-subscribed in 2018 and even though we have increased the number of places, don't delay entering by clicking on the button below as once full we will have to stop taking entries!
Enter the Tour de Forth
The standard fee for the sportive is £30 and entry is via British Cycling website (you don't have to be a member but if you are keen cyclist it is worth it!). Please click on the button below to register and submit your details.
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Tour de Forth is a charity created to promote cycling and raise funds for charity. The two charities are Mercy Corps and Cash for Kids, two locally based charities that make a huge impact on lives in very different ways, see more here. All donations much appreciated - if you would like to help raise funds or just donate, please go to our site at EverydayHero.
Tour de Forth 2018
A big thanks to all the riders, volunteers, bike marshalls, supporters and Corporate sponsors that took part in Tour de Forth 2018. We are delighted to share that due to the generosity of our Corporate sponsors - Lindsays, ECS, Aberdeen Asset Managers, Riverbed and Pritchprop, all of your entry fees went to Mercy Corps and Cash for Kids. We distributed an amazing £51,000!
Cash for Kids used some of the money to help Rocco get on his bike and Mercy Corps helped people thrive, not just survive - thank you! See more here