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At about 30 - 35 miles, these are longer than the usual 20-Milers runs, and go at a slightly faster pace.Details of today's meeting place, route and destination will appear here nearer the time.Meet: , in front of Söderberg café (formerly Peter's Yard), Middle Meadow Walk. A leisurely 25-mile ride around the outskirts of the city, taking in Cramond, Boathouse Bridge, Kirkliston and Newbridge, and then by the canal towpath to Lochrin.

Bring food for a picnic in the grounds, or pick up a snack in the Orangery Tearoom.

Meet: , at the Sustrans marker in Craigleith (if you don't know where that is, see this blog post). Further information: Email See also the 20-Milers Blog.

Further information: Contact Alastair Sim (, 07), or see the CTC Lothians website. These rides are aimed at the averagely-fit cyclist who rides regularly and is comfortable cycling for a reasonable period at 10 to 12 mph.

Most rides include a longish lunch stop at a pub or café, or bring a picnic if you prefer. Meet: 10.00, at the Usher Hall, Lothian Road [map]. Further information: Spokes, or contact Stuart Threlfall (01)Scotland's largest charity bike ride, in aid of children's charity, STV Appeal.

The last of this summer's CTC Tuesday evening runs.

These are sociable rides of 20 to 25 miles which go at a moderate pace, usually with an optional pub stop on the way home.

At about 30 - 35 miles, these are longer than the usual 20-Milers runs, and go at a slightly faster pace. The route will be mainly on quiet roads with a few short sections on paths that might be rough in places.

Food and drink: The lunch stop will be at the New Hopetoun Garden Centre near Abercorn.

The route will mainly be on bike paths and quiet roads, and will try to avoid steep hills.

There will be a pub or café stop at lunchtime, or bring a picnic if you prefer. Further information: Jim Cameron (01, ), or see the Easy Cycle website. These rides are aimed at the averagely-fit cyclist who rides regularly and is comfortable cycling for a reasonable period at 10 to 12 mph.

There is usually a lunch stop at a café or pub, or bring a picnic if you prefer. A full-day ride of 40 - 60 miles, taken at a reasonably fast pace. These rides are organised by CTC Lothians and Borders, which is part of Cycling UK.

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