WELCOME TO GRINDURO SCOTLAND!

After two amazing events in California, Grinduro is going international. Join us on the Isle of Arran on July 15 for a bike race and party you won't want to miss.

A NEW KIND OF BIKE RACE!

Riders complete a 60-mile loop over a mix of gravel roads, singletrack, and pavement, but only four segments are timed. letting you have more fun as you ride with your pals.

MAXIN' & RELAXIN'!

GRINDURO IS ABOUT THE PARTY AS MUCH AS THE RACING. FESTIVITIES INCLUDE TWO DAYS OF EXCELLENT FOOD, A HANDMADE BIKE SHOW, AN ART EXHIBIT, LIVE MUSIC AND CAMPING.

A NEW KIND OF BIKE RACE

In short, Grinduro is just what it sounds like: Gravel Grinder + Mountain Bike-Style Enduro = one long loop of pavement and dirt, where finishing times aren’t based on overall loop time, but four timed segments (each roughly five-to-ten minutes).

But Grinduro is not just a bike race. It’s a celebration of cycling with as much emphasis on the party as the ride, with excellent food, an impressive display of art and incredible handmade bikes, live music, free camping and a festival atmosphere.

The course is a serious affair (60 miles of rolling terrain) but the Grinduro isn’t meant to be a sufferfest. With spectacular scenery and a friendly pace, you’ll be in no big rush to find the finishline. The course features a mix of surfaces (smooth pavement, gravel and hard-packed dirt) with punchy climbs, one long valley and world-class descents. One descent includes a fast, smooth and flowy singletrack trail.

With a Gran Fondo-style mass start from Lamlash, you’ll be pedaling out of town and up the first climb alongside your heroes and the pace will be conversational—because overall time doesn’t matter, only the four timed segments. The Grinduro segments (the exact sections will be shared two weeks prior to the event date) are designed to reward the most well rounded of rouleurs.