RIBI Sponsored bike ride in support of prostate cancer

Sun, Jun 19th 2016 at 9:30 am - 2:00 pm

The route will be from Limekilns to Kincardine along coastal path and return with a stop in Culross for light lunch and refreshments. Total distance will be 24mls.


This year Carnegie & West Fife Rotary Clubs are supporting Rotary's national effort to raise money for Prostate Cancer. Various Rotary cycle events will be taking place across the UK on the weekend of 18th/19th June. We are cycling on Sunday 19th June. 

The route we plan to ride is the coastal path from Limekilns car park to Kincardine and back which would be a distance of 24mls. Apart from the start through sleepy Limekilns and Charlestown and a stretch from Torryburn to Culross (very safe) it is all off road and on cycle paths. Only one hill and a couple of inclines on way out and one short hill on way back.The great news is that Talking Tandems will be cycling from Dalgety Bay to Limekilns and then continuing the rest of the ride with us. For more info on Talking Tandems see www.lotterygoodcauses.org.uk/project/talking-tandems

We are looking to stop in Culross on the way back on way back possibly for a simple bar snack or coffee etc. For those who wish to terminate here and be picked up by friends/family then it would be a total distance of 15/16mls. 

The route is relatively scenic along the Forth and would take 2 and a half to 3hrs to complete at a leisurely pace.

Prostate Scotland

Prostate Scotland aims to inform, support, campaign and advance on prostate disease in Scotland. We raise awareness and provide information about prostate cancer and disease and its treatments. We also promote research and treatment developments on prostate issues across Scotland.

Charity Registration No. SC037494

Your financial support for this very worthy cause will be much appreciated and you can donate easily by following the undernoted link:-

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Carnegie-WFife-Rotary



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