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1523 June 2013

General information
Booking information and contact details are provided for each event in the programme and on www.edfoc.org.uk. For rides, please contact the relevant tour operator with any specific ride-related questions you may have. All rides end times are approximate and will of course depend on the speed of the group. Events are listed in date order, from the start of the festival, Saturday 15 June, right through to the end on Sunday 23 June. Please note the printed programme may be subject to change. Edinburgh Festival of Cycling Ltd. cannot be held liable for such changes to the programme, please check online at www.edfoc.org.uk to ensure you have the latest information. You can also sign up to our e-newsletter on the website. If you have any questions about accessibility to venues, please email us at info@edfoc.org.uk and we will check individual venues for you. If there is an event youd like to see in 2014, why not get in touch and be part of Edinburghs newest festival?

Welcome to the first Edinburgh Festival of Cycling, taking place with the support of The City of Edinburgh Council, Alpine Bikes, The Edinburgh Bicycle Co-operative and the Embassy of Denmark. Edinburgh Festival of Cycling Ltd. is a new not-for-profit social enterprise, and we will be running the festival annually as part of the Edinburgh Festival programme. Now, get on your bikes and let it roll...

www.edfoc.org.uk @edfoc EdinburghFestivalofCycling

If you need to phone us, you can contact Tracy on 07743 741 088 or Kim on 07866 815 266 during office hours.

Event 24 Hour Charity Spinning The SKELF Bike Skills Park Launch and BBQ Edinburgh Lochs and Castles Tour From the Tour de France to Mountain High Cycle Speedway Taster for children Voodoo Unicycles demonstrations - come and try Bike Polo - come and try Rugg Tomcat Street Performance Hidden Mountain Biking Country ride Sites and Stories ride Bicycle Culture by Design talk Monumental Motion exhibition Edinburgh's Hills ride Bike Set-up and Fitting Tips Bike Poetry Slam! Bike Love: Pop-up Bike maintenance Nutrition for Long Bike Rides workshop Spokes Bike Breakfast An Evening with Mark Beaumont The Bartholomew Archive: Maps Uncovered Strength Training for Cyclists workshop Bamboo Bike Frame Building workshop Cycle to the North Pole Coastal Night Ride Heels on Wheels' Ladies day Cyclone Bike Track launch Edinburgh's King of the Mountains ride Carbon Cycle talk: Kate Rawles The Fastest Woman to Cycle the World talk Laid Back Sunday Tour Arthur's Seat Hill Climb SkyRide Local Greener Leith Family Bike Ride Polwarth Church Family Bike Ride Bamboo Bicycle Building BBQ 1957 Flying Scot performance time 7pm - 7pm 10am - 2pm various various 10am - 4pm 10am - 4pm 12pm -4.30pm 12pm - 12.45pm 2pm - 5pm 1.30pm - 5pm 7.30pm - 9pm 10am - 4.30pm 1.30pm - 6pm 7pm - 8pm 7.30pm - 10.30pm 5pm - 7pm 7pm - 8pm 7.45am - 9.45am 7.30pm - 9.30pm 1pm - 4pm 7pm - 8pm various 1.30pm - 4pm 11pm - 5am 11am - 3pm 1pm - 5pm 3pm - 6pm 3pm - 4pm 7.30pm - 9pm 10am - 4pm 9am - 12pm 10am - various 10am - 1pm 12.30pm - 3.30pm 1pm -3pm 6pm - 8pm

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Sun 16-Jun

Mon 17-Jun

Tues 18-Jun

Wed 19-Jun

Thurs 20-Jun

Fri 21-Jun

Sat 22-Jun

Sun 23-Jun

24 Hour Charity Spinning

LifesCycle, 72 Newhaven Road, EH6 5QG 7pm Friday 14 June to 7pm Saturday 15 June
As a prologue, the Festival kicks off with a 24 hour Spinning Marathon, suitable for all fitness levels, supported by Edinburghs dedicated indoor cycling studio. Enjoy some great sounds, cool images, good company, and help raise money for SAMH, Scotlands mental health charity. The team at LifesCycle will be delighted to help you through your own journey in the saddle, however long you choose to ride. Its Your Body, Your Bike! Suitable for all fitness levels, however all participants should have undertaken a free induction at LifesCycle prior to the event. Each hour costs 6 and all profits go to SAMH Booking: www.lifescycle.co.uk or phone 07536 013511 for further details.


The SKELF Bike Skills Park Launch Day and BBQ

The Braidwoods, Crags Community Sports Centre, EH8 9RY Saturday 15 June: 10am 2pm
The SKELF is our name for the cool new bike skills park planned in the centre of Edinburgh (at the Braidwoods between St Leonards and Dumbiedykes). This fun and informal launch event is a chance to find out more about the proposals and experience first-hand the Braidwood proto-trails (on a tandem MTB no less), listen to (possibly) shady music on Hubstep (pedal powered PA system), get your bike fixed, and maybe even eat from the BBQ. Free, unticketed



Edinburgh Lochs and Castles Tour

Jeffrey Street, under North Bridge, EH1 1DH Saturday 15 June / Sunday 16 June: 11am 1pm, 2pm 4pm Monday 15 Friday 21 June: 6.30pm 8.30pm Saturday 22 June / Sunday 23 June: 11am 1pm, 2pm 4pm A two hour tour using the Edinburgh cycle paths network. A gentle ride with historical commentary and a break in the pub. We visit the Innocent Tunnel, Craigmillar Castle, Dr Neils Garden, The Sheep Heid Inn, Duddingston Loch, The Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Scottish Parliament and Our Dynamic Earth.


Adult: 20 bike hire and tour (6 with own bike) Concession: 18 bike hire and tour / 5 (with own bike) Book through Le Tour telephone: 0741 564 0296 or www.letouredinburgh.com

From the Tour de France to Mountain High

Newhaven Communications, 77 Montgomery Street, EH7 5HZ Saturday 15 June: 6.30pm 9pm Sunday 16 June: 12pm 4pm Monday 17 Friday 21 June: 11am 4pm Saturday 22, Sunday 23 June: 12pm 4pm Capturing the moment as the action unfolds, along with candid photos from behind the scenes. Pete Goding is a freelance sports photographer and best-selling author of Mountain High (nominee for Best Illustrated Sports Book 2012). Working closely with the Press Association, Pete showcases his work with national newspapers and magazines, capturing some of the most iconic moments in professional cycling in recent years. Featuring photos from Le Tour and Mountain High, along with previously unseen photography from his forthcoming book Mountain Higher. Free, unticketed
Cycling Culture


Cycle Speedway Taster for Children

Redbraes Park Cycle Speedway Track, Redbraes Place, off Broughton Road, EH7 4LJ Saturday 15 June: 10am 4pm
Children will be given expert tuition from British Cycling coaches on how to ride cycle speedway bikes (no gears, no brakes, free wheel) safely around the outdoor Redbraes Park track before having the opportunity to take part in some practice races. Four riders at a time round four fast laps of the track! There will also be demonstrations by top riders from the Edinburgh Falcons Cycle Speedway Team and Youth Teams. Bikes and helmets will be provided but long trousers (not too baggy), a long sleeved top and gloves are strongly recommended when riding on the blaze track. This event is suitable for children between the ages of 10 and 16 accompanied by a parent / responsible adult (who might even like a go). donations to the SSCSL are welcome on the day. Free, unticketed



Extreme Unicycling Demonstrations and Come & Try

Jack Kane Centre, 208 Niddrie Mains Road, EH16 4NB Saturday 15 June: 10am 4pm
The UKs only Extreme Unicycling Display Team. Like BMX and trials biking, but with one wheel, because its already been done on two. Watch the current UK champions negotiate obstacles and throw the laws of physics out of the window. In between displays, have a go at learning to ride a unicycle, free tuition by the experts provided. Free, unticketed

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Demonstrations and Come & Try

Jack Kane Centre, 208 Niddrie Mains Road, EH16 4NB Saturday 15 June: 12pm 4.30pm
Head to the Jack Kane Centre to watch a dramatic bike polo match being played out. Never seen a bike polo match before? Its even more fastpaced and exciting than you might imagine. If you like what you see, then there will be a chance to join in a match, too. We have all the equipment you will need to get you on the bike to learn this simple and fun sport. Suitable for all ages. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Free, unticketed

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Rugg Tomcat Street Performance

Royal Mile, outside Fringe Office, EH1 1QS Saturday 15 and 22 June: 12pm 12.45pm
What better transport for a travelling showman than to go by bike? Since 2011 the Tomcat has done exactly that, cycling and performing in major (and minor) cities across Europe. With comedy, juggling and magic, Rugg invites you to enjoy the life of the street. Also appearing at Heels on Wheels on the Meadows, Saturday 22 June 2.30pm. Free, unticketed




Help Andrew Cyclist Charitable Trusts efforts to makE cycling safer in Scotland. Join their team of cyclists in Pedal for Scotland bike ride on 8 September 2013. Check outwww.andrewcyclist.com for more details.

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Sites and Stories ride

An eight mile tour taking in parts of the Old Town and New Town, hearing some of the citys history and stories. A great introduction to the city for visitors; even lifelong residents may learn something they didnt previously know. Tickets: 26 (or 16 with own bike) Booking: Storybikes tel 07762 000 039 or www.storybikes.co.uk


Starts at Leith Cycle Co, 276 Leith Walk, EH6 5BX Saturday 15 and Saturday 22 June: 1.30pm 5pm


Bicycle Culture by Design

Assembly Hall, The Mound, EH1 2LU Saturday 15 June: 7.30pm 9pm
Mikael Colville-Andersen, CEO of Copenhagenize, will be giving a talk on Bicycle Culture by Design. Copenhagenize.com started in 2007, highlighting cycling life in Copenhagen. Forty years ago Copenhagen was just as car-clogged as anywhere else, but now 36% of the population arriving at work or education do so on bicycles, from all over the Metro area. 50% of Copenhageners use bicycles each day. They all use over 1000 km of bicycle lanes in Greater Copenhagen for their journeys. Copenhagenizing is possible anywhere. Tickets: 15 adult, 13 concession Purchase online at www.edfoc.org.uk or at The Hub, Castlehill, EH1 2NE




Monumental Motion:
by Mikael Colville-Andersen
The Hub, Castlehill, EH1 2NE Sunday 16 to Thursday 20 June: 10am to 4.30pm
Cities and nations are often defined by the monuments they erect. Monuments and structures that stand as historical records of great moments or periods in history. Denmark and Copenhagen are no exception. However, one of the greatest monuments is their bicycle culture and the vast network of bicycle infrastructure that they have erected as living legacy of sustainable living. Free, unticketed
Cycling Culture



Embassy of Denmark

EdinburghS Hills Ride

Starts at Middle Meadow Walk, The Meadows Sunday 16 June: 1.30pm 6pm
A 26 mile tour, taking in Calton Hill, Holyrood Park circling Arthurs Seat, Craigmillar Castle, Braid Hills, Easter Craiglockhart and Corstorphine Hills, and Ravelston Woods. Your effort will be rewarded by the commanding views over Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth. 2,900 feet (880m) of ascent and descent.


Tickets: 20 adult, 15 concession Booking: Storybikes tel 07762 000 039 or www.storybikes.co.uk


Bike Set-Up and Fitting Tips

Secret location revealed on website Monday 17 June: 7pm 8pm
Primarily aimed at cycle commuters and recreational riders, Harts Cyclery will take you through, in a practical and fun way, some of the rules of thumb on bike set-up and fit, to ensure you are comfortable and avoid injury. Free, unticketed Organised by Harts Cyclery, phone 07989 437 024 or www.harts-cyclery.co.uk



Bike Poetry Slam!

The Forest Cafe, 141 Lauriston Place, EH3 9JN Monday 17 June: 7.30pm 10.30pm
We proudly present the worlds first ever cycling poetry slam! Breathless performance poets and oily-fingered newcomers will compete together in a pedal to the finish.
Cycling Culture

Come to watch and listen, to vote, to compete, and to enjoy yourself the bike slam is open to all. Free, unticketed Email inkyfingersedinburgh@gmail.com for rules or to sign up to compete, or turn up on the night to watch.


Bike Love: Pop-up Bike Maintenance

Secret location revealed on website Tuesday 18 and Thursday 20 June: 5pm 7pm
Get a comprehensive 15 point bike service at this pop-up workshop from Grease Monkey Cycles. Book in advance as spaces are limited. 10 per service

Booking: phone 0845 180 1251 or www.greasemonkeycycles.com


Edinburghs Hidden Mountain Biking Country

Starts at West Register House, Charlotte Square, EH2 4DE Saturday 15 June: 2pm 5pm
From the City Centre to the Airport off-road! Suitable for anyone who can ride a mountain bike. A fun ride along some wonderful singletrack, descents, jumps and drops. Starts at Charlotte Square and ends at the Cramond Brig pub (with a drink, not included in the ticket). Organised by Harts Cyclery, phone 07989 437 024 or www.harts-cyclery. co.uk. Mountain bike required.


Tickets: 2 with proceeds going to Spokes


Heels on Wheels Ladies Day of Cycling

The Meadows Saturday 22 June: 11am 3pm
Edinburghs first ladies day of cycling. Everyone is welcome to this fun and educational day on the Meadows.


Cycling demonstrations Women-specific cycling gear Inspiring speakers Cycle instructors and clubs Coffee, cake and ice cream Buskers for your entertainment
Free, unticketed More info: www.edfoc.org.uk

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Nutrition for Long Bike Rides

Royal Commonwealth Pool meeting room, Dalkeith Road, EH16 5BB Tuesday 18 June: 7pm 8pm
Join in this fun interactive workshop on the best food nutritionally to take onboard before, during and after long bike rides, from personal trainer Tracy Griffen. Find out about the optimal nutritional balance, and get tips for tasty treats.


Suitable for all cyclists, donations to Edinburgh Festival of Cycling welcome. Free, TICKETED Booking: www.edfoc.org.uk or phone 07743 741 088


Spokes Bike Breakfast

Enjoy a free breakfast (if you come by bike) and chat with other cyclists. There will also be information stalls on cycling, maps for sale, bike services, a competition and short speeches by key speakers around 9am. So turn up on your bike and join in the fun. Free, unticketed www.spokes.org.uk
Cycling Culture


City Chambers Quadrangle, 253 High Street, EH1 1YJ Wednesday 19 June: 7.45am 9.45am


An Evening with Mark Beaumount

Queens Hall, 85 89 Clerk Street, EH8 9QF Wednesday 19 June: 7.30pm 9.30pm
Mark Beaumont is a Scottish broadcaster, adventurer and author whose series The Man Who Cycled the World, The Man who Cycled the Americas and Rowing the Arctic have brought him worldwide acclaim. In 2010 he was presented with the Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Top Scot award. Talking about his expeditions, Mark will share how he has made a career from adventure and documentaries. This event is supported by Alpine Bikes. Tickets: 13 adults, 10 concessions Booking: from Queens Hall Box Office and www.thequeenshall.net




The Bartholomew Archive: Maps Uncovered

National Library of Scotland, 159 Causewayside, EH9 1PH Thursday 20 June, 1pm 4pm, at half hour intervals
A display of historic cycling maps from the Bartholomew Archive, showing how maps evolved from 19th century crowdsourced maps to the modern motoring atlas and beyond. Free, ticketed Tickets from www.edfoc.org.uk
Cycling Culture



Strength Training for Cyclists

Royal Commonwealth Pool meeting room, Dalkeith Road, EH16 5BB Thursday 20 June: 7pm 8pm
Do you wish you had more power in your legs? Find yourself swaying from side to side as you cycle? This interactive workshop will show you basic body weight strength exercises that will help you cycle more efficiently.


Donations to Edinburgh Festival of Cycling welcome. Free, ticketed Booking: www.edfoc.org.uk or phone 07743 741 088


Bamboo Bike Frame Building

The Old Ambulance Depot, 77 Brunswick Street, EH7 5HS Friday 21 June: 8am 6pm Saturday 22 June: 9am 5pm Sunday 23 June: 9am 5pm
A great opportunity to build your own made-to-measure bike frame out of natural carbon fibre, for a unique bicycle fitted to you. Cost: 545 (includes bamboo bike frame) Booking: www.edfoc.org.uk (advance booking only) More information: www.bamboobicycleclub.org



Cycle to the North Pole

Start at rear of Craigroyston Community High School, 67 Pennywell Road, EH4 4NL Friday 21 June: 1.30pm 4pm
Join us and The North Pole Club (North Edinburghs P6 P7s outdoor and cycling club) for a Decorated Cycle Carnival-style ride from Craigroyston Community High School to the foot of Cramond Quay. Includes free hire of bikes, child seats, tandems and helmets (if required, subject to availability).


Tickets: 1 adults and children Booking: phone 0131 332 7132 or www.myadventure.org.uk Suitable for all ages


Coastal Night Ride

Starts at Leith Cycle Co, 276 Leith Walk, EH6 5BX Friday 21- Saturday 22 June: 11pm early morning
Ever wondered what its like to cycle through the night, on quiet roads? Edinburghs first organised Coastal Night Ride (approx. 40 miles) will take place on the night of the summer solstice, and a full moon. Well be cruising along the coast from Edinburgh through scenic East Lothian, led by an experienced ride leader. Theres also a yummy breakfast available at the end. Leith Cycle Co will be providing mechanical support on the Night Ride. You can also book your bike in for a discounted tune-up the week before, or rent one of their bikes for the night. Tickets: 15 including hot drink & light breakfast (over 16 only) Booking: www.edfoc.org.uk or The Hub, Castlehill, EH1 2NE




Free Short Films

Edinburgh Festival of Cycling will be showing a number of short films on different cycling themes on the Big Screen on Festival Square, Lothian Road. These will be repeated at intervals throughout the day over the festival. We hope to have something of interest to everyone, take a look and surprise yourself.




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Cyclone Bike Track Launch

Cyclone, Gypsy Brae Recreational Ground, West Shore Road, EH4 4NL Saturday 22 June: 1pm 5pm
Edinburghs newest mountain bike trail launches at Gypsy Brae, Granton. Be among the first to come and try it out. There will be prizes for agespecific races and lots of free fun side-shows. A must attend event for mountain bikers and families alike! Free, unticketed More info: phone 0131 332 7132 or www.myadventure.org.uk



Edinburghs King of the Mountains

Starts at Register House, Princes Street, EH1 3YT Saturday 22 June: 3pm 6pm
A tour of Edinburghs gnarliest climbs! Suitable for anyone who can ride a road bike at a reasonable pace. The ride is 30 miles long and will take in some steep climbs. Starts at Register House, East End of Princes Street and ends at Berts Bar, William Street (with a drink, not included in price). Tickets: 2 with proceeds going to Spokes Organised by Harts Cyclery, phone 07989 437 024 or www.harts-cyclery.co.uk




Carbon Cycle talk

Newhaven Communications, 77 Montgomery Street, EH7 5HZ Saturday 22 June: 3pm 4pm
In 2006 outdoor philosopher Kate Rawles cycled 4,553 miles from Texas to Alaska, following the spine of the Rocky Mountains as closely as possible. This is Kates story of the trip, in which she not only deals with the rigours of the journey, but does constant battle with her own ideas and assumptions, which ultimately helps us to cross the great divide between where we are on climate change, and where we need to be.

Free, ticketed through www.edfoc.org.uk


The fastest Woman to Cycle the World

George Square Lecture Theatre, George Square, EH8 9LJ Saturday 22 June 7.30pm 9pm
In December 2012, Juliana Buhring became the first women to set a record for Fastest world circumnavigation by bicycle. Julianas 18,060 mile journey took her across four continents and nineteen countries, in a total time of 152 days, with 144 days on the bike. This is her story.


Tickets: 12 adult, 10 concession Booking: www.edfoc.org.uk or at The Hub, Castlehill, EH1 2NE.


Laid Back Sunday Tour (Ligfiets Zondag)

Starting at Laid Back Bikes, 28 Marchmont Crescent, EH9 1HG Sunday 23 June: 10am 4pm
Join a friendly ride to the coast with a chance to see and try out some of Edinburghs most unusual bikes, trikes and tandems on the Silverknowes promenade beside the North Sea. There will be lunch and demos at Silverknowes after 12pm. You can try a trike, tandem or learn to ride a ligfiets, with mechanical support from The Bicycle Works. Free CEC Edinburgh maps for everyone.


Free to join in with your own bike or 17 to rent a bike for a day Booking: Laid Back Bikes phone 07891 430 159 or www.laid-back-bikes.co.uk


Arthurs Seat Hill Climb

Meet at bottom of Arthurs Seat, at the car park at the bottom of Queens Drive, EH16 5BT Sunday 23 June: 9am 12pm
The Scottish Cycle Messenger Association is hosting its second annual hill climb up the Queens Drive. Can you be the fastest to slog it up the one mile ascent? Will you be crowned the Arthurs Seat Hill Climb Champion 2013 and take away the trophy?


Prizes for first, second and third for male and female. Everyone is welcome to take part. Free event Bookings: emailscma@hotmail.co.ukfor an application form and to guarantee the time slot that suits you best, or just turn up on the day.



SkyRide Local
Start at southern end of Middle Meadow Walk, the Meadows Sunday 23 June: 10am various end times, depending on ride chosen
SkyRide Local rides are guided by friendly British Cycling Ride Leaders along scenic planned routes. There will be something for everyone whether youre building your confidence or are already comfortable on a bike and looking for a challenge. All rides are free and are grouped for different levels. Whichever you choose, youll be riding on safe routes, in good company. Easy Ride: Meadows Meander until approx. 11.15am (actual ride time 30 minutes) Steady Ride: Ride to Balerno until approx. 12.45pm Challenging Ride: Midlothian Explorer until approx. 1.45pm All rides return to the Meadows. Free, to guarantee a place on the rides register via www.goskyride.com/Edinburgh Full details, including information on the ride leaders, will be on the SkyRide website closer to the event date.


Greener Leith Family Bike Ride to Portobello

Starting by playground, Victoria Park, EH6 5PY Sunday 23 June: 10am 1pm
An easy bike ride especially for families and those less confident on the roads. Well be cycling slowly, en masse, on cycle paths and quiet roads from Victoria Park to Portobello beach. Prize for the best dressed bike. Picnic and ice cream on the beach optional! Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.


Free, ticketed More information from www.greenerleith.org.uk


Polwarth Church Family Picnic Ride

Meet at Polwarth Parish Church, 36 38 Polwarth Terrace, EH11 1LU Sunday 23 June: 12.30pm 3.30pm
A gentle ride, suitable for all ages, on off-road paths to Spylaw Park, Colinton, where we will enjoy a picnic. There will be time for stone skimming, Frisbees and the swing park before cycling back. Its three miles each way. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Church service before the ride at 11am, or join afterwards, for the ride only.


Free, unticketed. Bring your own picnic More information from Polwarth Parish Church www.polwarth.org.uk


Bamboo Bicycle Building BBQ

The Old Ambulance Depot, 77 Brunswick Street, EH7 5HS Sunday 23 June: 1pm 3pm
If youre riding through Leith on the day and are feeling peckish, come and join us for the first ever Bamboo Bicycle Building BBQ, hosted by Newhaven Communications. Its a chance for you to view the bamboo bicycle frames built by participants on the workshop (page 31), chat with other cyclists and enjoy some good food from BBQ specialist Man on Fire. Unticketed: plus food and drink More information from www.edfoc.org.uk





1957 Flying Scot

Ronde Bicycle Outfitters, 66 68 Hamilton Place, EH3 5AZ Sunday 23 June: 6pm 8pm
A performance of the poetry and music from the 1957 Flying Scot artists book which features a crown of sonnets by Rab Wilson, a suite of music by Ben Bryden and linocut images by Hugh Bryden, all centred around a classic Scottish racing bicycle. Over 18s only.
Cycling Culture

Tickets: 11 (includes cheese and wine) Booking and more information fromwww.rondebike.comphone 0131 260 9888



Embassy of Denmark



Cycling Surgeon


Personal thanks
Our festival guru, Adele Conn The enthusiasm of Lynne McNicoll EdFoC team: Kim Harding Kirsten Conacher Tracy Griffen Andrew Wright Ulli Harding Caroline Brown Sidse Fjeldsted Sorensen David Harkness Julie Thomas Colin Woof All our wonderful volunteers! Typesetting and design by Raspberry Creative Type Logo by Designers on the Run Programme production donated by Griffen Fitness