26th August 2016

Craneware

Thank you Craneware – for supporting the ‘Carbon Fivers’ challenge to raise funds for Winning Scotland Foundation. Medical billing software developer Craneware deserves a huge thank you for generously supporting our 500 mile cycle challenge around the north of Scotland. … Continued

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Perth businessman Mark Christie will toast his 44th birthday by tackling the toughest sporting challenge of his life. The father-of-three is part of the Carbon team preparing to cycle the gruelling North Coast 500 and targeting a £50,000 windfall for … Continued

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Thirteen of us, including Winning Scotland ambassador and former professional triathlete Cat Morrison, took to the hills of Deeside on Saturday for a loop of a little under 60 miles. We set off along the South Deeside Road towards Braemar … Continued

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  Carbon Financial Partners undertake charity cycle to raise £50,000 for Winning Scotland Foundation, with support from charity’s world famous Scottish athletes #CarbonFivers A 10-strong team from independent financial advice firm, Carbon Financial Partners will cycle 500 gruelling miles in … Continued

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Saturday 4th June saw the first Carbon Social Cycle Club outing, heading to the west coast to take on the Five Ferries. Thirteen of us set off from Wemyss Bay just after 7.30 in the morning and eased down the … Continued

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Towards the end of the summer Richard Wadsworth, Stephen Rowntree, Mark Christie and Iain Harper along with some friends of Carbon will cycle around the North of Scotland for charity. Their route will start in Inverness, initially following the NC500 … Continued

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Thanks very much to everyone who came along to our 2015 trips – Edinburgh to Kelso, the Perthshire loop, and the Royal ride on Deeside. We’ve taken on board your feedback from this year’s trips and next year we’ll be … Continued

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The third Carbon Social Cycle Club ride of the year, on the morning of 1 August, heads to Perthshire for a fantastic 60 mile route which while challenging at times takes in some amazing scenery. We might even get some … Continued

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  The second Carbon Social Cycle Club ride of the year, on the morning of 20 June, heads north to beautiful Royal Deeside and offers both a gentle meander and a more challenging ride.  We hope you can join us … Continued

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  The first Carbon Social Cycle Club ride of 2015 will set off from the Meadows in Edinburgh and follow ‘national cycle route 1’ south to Kelso. There will also be the option of a shorter less challenging route. If … Continued

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