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Braveheart Ride

arranandyarranandy Posts: 688
Anyone know the date of this year's Braveheart run? Did it last year and enjoyed it despite my minor crash
Flying Scot? You must be joking!

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  • craigukcraiguk Posts: 39
    Andy, it's on Sat 27th October, more details here>>>

    http://www.braveheartfund.com/FundRide.asp

    I did it last year too and had a great time, I've moved house since then though and as I'm living near Durham now it's unlikely I'll make this years event.
  • arranandyarranandy Posts: 688
    Thanks Craig,

    I see its a different route this year down into deepest, darkest Ayrshire :!: Apache country down there :)
    Flying Scot? You must be joking!
  • noggincpnoggincp Posts: 1,881
    couldna see the route on the website :?:
    hope it's drier than last year :lol:


    think I might even go to the dinner at night

    I see Millar's on the ride as well
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  • NoodleyNoodley Posts: 1,725
    aye, that was a good day out last year. I doubt if the weather will be any better.

    Will I need a bodyguard or do we just make a circle with our bikes if we are attacked? :lol:
  • BrianSBrianS Posts: 112
    weather will be better than last year :D

    i am told that a couple of brothers from CSC might be in Galston. Don't quote me on this.... 8) some more celebs to be added to list. Make sure you enter to get the chance to ride with the most cycling celebs ever in the history of British cycling. :lol:
  • arranandyarranandy Posts: 688
    Sounds good Brian. I presume Mr Kelly will be joining us again this year?
    Flying Scot? You must be joking!
  • BrianSBrianS Posts: 112
    arranandy wrote:
    Sounds good Brian. I presume Mr Kelly will be joining us again this year?

    He loves it in Ayrshire!
  • daowneddaowned Posts: 414
    arranandy wrote:
    Thanks Craig,

    I see its a different route this year down into deepest, darkest Ayrshire :!: Apache country down there :)

    Would that be Kilbirnie?

    Never done the Braveheart before is there anyway to do a post enrty.
  • scwxx77scwxx77 Posts: 1,470
    daowned wrote:
    arranandy wrote:
    Thanks Craig,

    I see its a different route this year down into deepest, darkest Ayrshire :!: Apache country down there :)

    Would that be Kilbirnie?

    No, it goes through East Ayrshire. Not to worry though as it wisely avoids Auchinleck.
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  • BrianSBrianS Posts: 112
    daowned wrote:
    arranandy wrote:
    Thanks Craig,

    I see its a different route this year down into deepest, darkest Ayrshire :!: Apache country down there :)

    Would that be Kilbirnie?

    Never done the Braveheart before is there anyway to do a post enrty.

    Postal entries are accepted to Alan Miller, Active Office, 22 Douglas Street Kilmarnock, KA1 1RB. Cheques made payable to Braveheart Fund.
  • BrianSBrianS Posts: 112
    Rolf Sorensen is the next guest to add his name to the ride and dinner :D
  • NoodleyNoodley Posts: 1,725
    BrianS wrote:
    Rolf Sorensen is the next guest to add his name to the ride and dinner :D

    have you been holidaying in Denmark?
  • BrianSBrianS Posts: 112
    Noodley wrote:
    BrianS wrote:
    Rolf Sorensen is the next guest to add his name to the ride and dinner :D

    have you been holidaying in Denmark?

    He lives in Italy :D
  • BrianSBrianS Posts: 112
    Rolf Sorensen, Sean Kelly, Sean Yates, Alan, Peiper, Scott Sunderland, David Millar, Roger Hammond, Hendrik Redant (in the team car) all confirmed. Some active protour riders still to be confirmed. Enjoy the day with some great company and all for the good cause of helping young Scots ride in Europe. :D
  • arranandyarranandy Posts: 688
    BrianS wrote:
    Rolf Sorensen, Sean Kelly, Sean Yates, Alan, Peiper, Scott Sunderland, David Millar, Roger Hammond, Hendrik Redant (in the team car) all confirmed. Some active protour riders still to be confirmed. Enjoy the day with some great company and all for the good cause of helping young Scots ride in Europe. :D

    Good to see all those big names in there Brian. Looking forward to the day. Here's hoping the weather is kind to us.
    I know, i know - its always sunny in Ayrshire :lol:
    Flying Scot? You must be joking!
  • BrianSBrianS Posts: 112
    This event is a for a great cause and keeps them North of the border happy. What do you have to do to make it a STICKY ? :D

    Thanks to everyone who support sthe www.braveheartfund.com North and South of hadrians wall! :lol:
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