Ride out to the Milngavie Reservoirs with GoBike on Sunday 03 March.

Stockingfield Junction Bridges and viewing platform, Forth and Clyde Canal. View East towards Ruchill


We will head through the western side of Glasgow before reaching Bearsden and Milngavie. Along the way we will pass a couple of historic buildings. After visiting the Mugdock and Craigmaddie Reservoirs, we will return towards Glasgow along the Bears Way, and then join the Forth & Clyde Canal to head towards Speirs Wharf, finishing around lunchtime.

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Sunday 06 August: GoBike cycle to Dumbarton

Join us on Sunday when we will head out of Glasgow along the Loch Lomond Railway Path, but only as far as Dumbarton. After the lunch stop at the café in the park there will be a tour around the Dumbarton area to see some of the local attractions, including views up and down the River Clyde, looking over towards the castle, and passing by Strathleven House, before rejoining the cycle route to return to Glasgow.

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Sunday 07 May, just the day for a GoBike ride! Over the new Sighthill Bridge and beyond!

Whether you spend this Saturday watching an expensive event taking place in London, walking through Glasgow on the All Under One Banner Independence March or doing whatever takes your fancy, Sunday will be a good time to explore somewhere new on your bike.

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Sunday 05 March, Eastern Explorer Cycle Ride

Hogganfield Loch

For our March ride, we will take a trip around the East End of Glasgow, passing Port Dundas, Hogganfield Park, Provan Hall, Blairtummock House and the Necropolis.

Provan Hall, courtesy of Geograph

Along the way we will see some upgraded cycle routes, and we should arrive back in the city centre around lunchtime.
20 miles, mostly on quieter roads and park paths.

Meet at the north end of Bell’s Bridge, at the SEC at 10:00 hrs.

Sunday 02 October, cycle to Baldernock (where’s that?)

Baldernock Loop

Join us on Sunday and find out just where it is, and think back to the days of campaigning for the Bears Way!

This ride will head out into the countryside to the north of Glasgow, heading out via Woodside, Possilpark and Bishopbriggs to reach the canal at Cadder, before crossing the River Kelvin to Balmore. From Baldernock, we will continue to Milngavie, and ride the Bears Way path to Hillfoot. After that, we will continue on a mix of major and minor roads to reach the Garscube Estate and Forth & Clyde Canal around lunchtime.


20 miles, one unsealed path, some climbing in the Baldernock area, mostly on road, including Milngavie Road at the end of the Bears Way.

Meet 10am at the north end of Bell’s Bridge, Congress Road, Glasgow. See here for more information on our rides.