River Ayr Way Challenge
|Date||Occurs 16/09/2017 - 16/09/2017|
|Time||Registration from 8am|
40 mile ultra marathon through some of Ayrshire's most spectacular scenery
- your chance to discover a little-known corner of Scotland
- food, fruit, cold drinks and a friendly welcome at checkpoints every 10 miles
- water stations every 5 miles
- drop-bags conveyed to checkpoints
- rucksacks conveyed to the finish
- transport to the start of the race from Ayr or Kilmarnock
Glenbuck Loch to Dam Park, Ayr
Distance: 40 miles
Max Time: 10 hours
Before the race
Dam Park Stadium will be open from 7am on the Day
Please park at the Ayrshire College Car Park
Buses depart at 7.30am from Ayrshire College Car Park and Dean Castle Country Park, please make sure you have booked a seat
Registration at Glenbuck from 8am
Drop bags marked with your Race number and the appropriate Checkpoint Number can be left at registration.
Entries close September 9. For more info and to register visit https://www.entrycentral.com/
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