THE FULL RUN DOWN
Friday 26 April & Friday 13 September
Arrival with a warm welcome from Sir Chris Hoy himself, before a leisurely 55km leg warmer taking in Drummond Castle and 1,670ft of elevation.
Start the fuelling process with a glorious Gleneagles barbecue in the Shooting & Fishing School lodge followed by a fireside chat with Sir Chris to talk all things cycling.
Saturday 27 April & Saturday 14 September
Start the day with a much-needed hearty Scottish breakfast in the showstopping Strathearn restaurant to fuel up for the centre piece ride with Sir Chris; a 115km journey taking in The Dukes Pass with a total elevation of 2,147ft.
Capturing the breath-taking views along the way, you’ll be met with a thoughtfully prepared lunch, full to the brim of highlights from Scotland’s larder, before riding back to home ground.
Come Saturday afternoon, following a day in the saddle, the priority is relaxation and restoration. With access to Gleneagles’ extensive range of wellness facilities, choose one of our 50 minutes treatments in our Spa and enjoy a tranquil sanctuary away from the great outdoors. Weary bodies will feel relaxed and rejuvenated.
The evening will welcome a well-deserved private dinner in The Birnam’s beautiful Winter Garden, with a menu specially selected by Sir Chris, for a wind down with the peloton and celebration of the day’s achievements.
Sunday 28 April & Sunday 15 September
The final day will be more relaxed with a gentle ride out of 45km and 2,045ft of elevation around the local Perthshire roads to stretch out any tired legs, before a final hurrah over a slap-up Sunday Lunch in The Strathearn – set to be a culinary send-off to mark the end of a memorable journey for all.