Big Sun­day cy­cle rides

Blairgowrie Advertiser - - DISTRICT NEWS -

The 2017 Coupar Angus Cy­cle Festival came to a close on Sun­day, June 18 with the Big Sun­day Cy­cle.

Three groups of cy­clists en­joyed three dif­fer­ent lengths of rides rang­ing in length from 10 to 66 miles in warm and sunny con­di­tions.

The var­i­ous groups all re­turned to Coupar Angus where they were served de­li­cious cur­ries by the Lime Tree Restau­rant, in­clud­ing two cur­ries made from chick­ens do­nated by the Two Sis­ters plant in the town.

Or­gan­is­ers have hailed the fourth an­nual Coupar Angus Cy­cling Festival as a great suc­cess with over 1,000 peo­ple at­tend­ing var­i­ous events over the eight days.

The next Sun­day cy­cles take place this Sun­day, July 2.

All rides meet at the Cross in Coupar Angus.

The two longer rides, which are around 20 and 30 miles in dis­tance, leave at 10am.

The shorter ride, which cov­ers around 10 miles, leaves at 11am.

Soup and cakes are avail­able at the‘Y’ on Union Street af­ter the cy­cles.

Cy­cling festival Hun­gry cy­clists en­joy a curry af­ter their Big Sun­day Cy­cle

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