Ayrshire Wee Yin
The Ayrshire Wee Yin takes you on a 104-km tour of the county’s rural roads and through the countryside once home to Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet.
It consists of 2 signed loops, each returning to the event base in the seaside town of Troon for free refreshments.
There’s a generous 11-hour time limit plus maps and route sheets.
GPX files are provided to online entrants.
It is a non-competitive social ride, the vast majority of which is on quiet 'B' grade roads.
Being a non-competitive ride, it is up to the rider to time themselves if they so wish.
We do not record event times or placings.
With the generous time-limit, you can decide how fast or how slow you cycle to complete your own personal challenge.
Those who finish and qualified to ride as a Veteran will also receive a Veteran's Ride 2019 certificate and have the option to purchase a commemorative badge and/or date bar in recognition of their achievement.
If you fancy a bigger challenge take a look at our longer option - The Ayrshire Big Yin – it’s 100 miles.
Ayrshire Wee Yin 100 km challenge ride.
Sunday 9th June 2019
Troon Scout Hall, 30 St Meddans Street, Troon KA10 6JX
- 2 signed loops
- Maps and route sheets, GPX files for online entrants.
- 2 free feed stations
- 11 hour time limit.
- Finishers certificate, medal & goody bag
- Over 50s Tri-Vets certificate
Sign-on: 9.00 – 9.20 am
Start: 9.30 am
Open to all:
Note: Under 13's - Must be accompanied by an adult on the ride and have a completed, signed Parental Consent form.
Under 18's - Must have a completed, signed Parental Consent form.
Entry fee: Online entries - £12 On-the-day entries - £12
Please note - The numbers for this event are limited to 25.
We recommend you register online and online entries close on June 2nd 2019.
On-the-day entry will be available if there have been fewer than 25 online entries.
To see if places remain after online registrations close, check here and read the "Dates and Status" box.
Click/tap this link for the on-the-day Registration form.
A Rider Information pack with the route sheet, link to online map and additional information will be e-mailed to online entrants after 2nd June 2019.
GPX track file(s) of the route will also be provided to online entrants.
Parking around the Scout Hall is limited but these car parks are within a two minute cycle.
St. Meddans Street car park.
Academy Street car park.
Troon Railway station is located adjacent to the Scout Hall.
Until June 2nd. 2019 all withdrawals will be subject to a £3.00 charge to cover the cost of processing the entry and refund. After June 2nd. 2019 no refunds will be given.
Event Cancellation Policy
The event will only be cancelled or postponed due to unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances.
Should the event be postponed for any reason, the organisers’ liabilities in respect of costs and expenses incurred by entrants as a result of cancellation or delay will solely be the entry fee paid to take part in the event.