Grinduro’s Art and Bike Exhibit is a curated display of some of the most interesting and elaborate works of art in cycling. We showcase the independent artisans and the iconoclasts who rarely get the spotlight at traditional trade shows and bike events.

In addition, The Bicycle Academy will be hosting a steel-brazing clinic, open to all Grinduro riders. You’ll get to wield a torch and take home your own unique creation.


In addition to the handmade bike exhibit, we’ll have work on display from some of our favorite artists, photographers and craftsmen. The Grinduro Art Exhibit is basically a curated collection of our favorite, mostly-bike-related things. It’s two parts handmade bicycle display, one part art exhibit, one part independent craft fair and one part bike shop.



We believe that bike riders’ health, attitude and performance is directly related to the foods that they eat, so we put Podium Catering in charge of breakfast, lunch and dinner on race day. They’re experts in feeding hungry bike racers. We’ll post menu as we get closer to July.


Additional Eats:

There will also be food for sales onsite! NOTE: Only cash will be accepted!

On Friday:
Podium Catering will be offering a great dinner for £10.

On Saturday:
Friends and family will be able to purchase breakfast, lunch and dinner on site from Podium Catering while supplies last.

On Sunday:
Podium Catering will be offering breakfast for £6.


We like to party!  We’re working hard to bring you some amazing live music.  Stay tuned for artist/DJ announcements.

Location & Travel


The Isle of Arran is known as “Scotland in Miniature,” with more than 60 miles of rugged coastline, lowland marsh, soaring peaks, historic ruins and seemingly endless gravel roads. Arran has also become one of the UK’s major trail riding destinations, with trails ranging from steep and technical to fast and flowing. In other words, it’s the perfect location to host the Grinduro.
The Grinduro experience begins at the port of Ardrossan, which is close to major road networks and less than an hours drive from Glasgow. But why not leave the car at home? The port of Ardrossan is also easily accessible by train, with its own train station offering connections from Glasgow rail stations every hour. Glasgow also offers an international airport, making travels easy and stress-free if you’re coming from a distance.
Arran is only accessible by ferry and inclusive in the entry is return travel as a foot passenger and secure parking for your vehicle at the ferry terminal. Bikes and luggage will be transported by the event allowing you a relaxing sea crossing and a chance to ease in to the Grinduro weekend. When arriving on Arran you will be transported to the event village and reunited with your bike and bags.

We’re offering free camping at Grinduro Village in Lamlash, but if you’d rather stay in a hotel, you can find options here.


Grinduro Ferry Check-In and Parking Address
Clyde Marina, The Ferry Terminal, Ardrossan KA22 8ED, United Kingdom – look for the flags!

Grinduro Village Address
Arran High School, Lamlash, Isle of Arran KA27 8NG, United Kingdom

Traveling by Train to Ferry: The nearest train station is Ardrossan Ferry Terminal, this can be accessed easily via connections in Glasgow as well as the rest of Scotland. Ferry check-in is at Clyde Marina next to the ferry terminal in Ardrossan on July 13. All information regarding train times, fares and booking can be found here.(LINK http://www.nationalrail.co.uk)

Traveling by Car to Ferry: Ferry check-in and parking is at Clyde Marina next to the ferry terminal in Ardrossan on July 13. As part of your entry, travel to the event for you, your luggage and your bike are included. Simply park your car at Clyde Marina, check in with us and we’ll take care of all the transport. No vehicular ferry crossing is included in your entry fee.

Traveling by Car to Arran: If you choose to travel by car on the ferry you will need to book directly with CalMac Ferries here (LINK https://ticketing.calmac.co.uk/booking/asp/web100.asp). Advanced booking is highly suggested.

Car Parking at Grinduro – We firstly encourage you to leave your car on the mainland in the secure event car park at Clyde Marina, this is included as part of the entry fee. On site car parking spaces are limited and are first come first served.


Grinduro Scotland is based in Lamlash, on the Isle of Arran. We’ll be surrounded by rugged mountains with outstanding coastal views. We like camping near beaches and mountains, and we thought you’d probably enjoy it too. So we’re offering free camping to Grinduro racers near the Grinduro Village. The camping is in close enough proximity to the event village for ease of access but far enough away you can still enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep. Make sure you pack everything you’d normally need for camping (tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, flashlights).

 There is also very limited parking w/o hook ups for camper vans. If you want camping with hook ups please contact Middletons Camping to book.


Join the inner circle of Grinduro staff by volunteering!

Grinduro volunteers receive the following perks for helping us pull this event together, all while having one helluva good time.

  • Ferry ticket as foot passenger and transportation to Grinduro Village
  • Free camping at the Grinduro grounds
  • Free dinner on Saturday night
  • Free event T-shirt
  • Free concert
  • Behind the scenes perspective

Contact: grinduro@giro.com

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