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125 Anniversary Bike Ride Cycle Route



Scotland > Fife > Glenrothes
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Cycle Route Details
Route Name125 Anniversary Bike Ride
Distance : miles (km)21.46  (34.54)
Duration(hh:mm)02:06
Difficulty
Posted ByAllan
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryScotland
Town/CityGlenrothes
County/RegionFife
Start LocationFife Institute
End LocationFife Institute
Cycle Steps
Start - Fife Institute, along veiwfield road (past Bosch Rexroth Ltd), up Golf course road, down & up Glenwood road, along Leslie High street, 1st left at roundabout along Western avenue, 1st left up formonthills road, 3rd right along Pitcairn ave, 1st left along Western ave, across A92 (Balfarg junction) to Kennoway back road, 2nd left along Currie hill road, 1st left into Star, through Star, 1st left past various farms, right at the junction, along Porters brae, down Langside road, left at the junction through Kennoway, down Sandy brae, kennoway road, right at the lights in Windygates, along Milton road, join A911 until 1st left at Milton, through Milton left at the junction, follow road towards Coaltown of Balgonie (past Balgonie Castle), left at the junction, through Coaltown, right at roundabout (left takes you to Leslie Bike Shop), along Blackwood road, 1st left along Newark road, right at the junction up Woodside way, left at roundabout, along Woodside road, left at roundabout along Warout road, right at roundabout up Pittcheuchar drive, straight through roundabout, right around next roundabout along Viewfield road, finish at Fife Institute.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Glenrothes Golf Course
Leslie Viaduct
Balbirnie Golf course
Langdykes quarry
Balgonie Castle @ Coaltown
Leslie Bike Shop @ Bankhead
St Margarets Church
Warout Stadium

Cycling Clubs located in this region
Fife Cycling 2000
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