- The Glentress Seven - the event Glentress has been waiting for. This is a seven-hour open endurance mountain bike being staged at Forestry Commission Scotland's 7stanes Glentress, on Saturday 11 June. Aimed at both the more casual trail rider and seasoned racers from all over the UK it will combine the best of the man-made and natural trails with loads of normally off-limits tracks and some specially built sections.
- The Peebles Sprint is an exciting Belgian style 'kermesse' town centre road race to be staged in Peebles on the evening of Tuesday 14 June. This spectacular showcase of closed circuit road racing will see 40 riders battle it out at high speeds over a number of laps of a short, fast and furious course in the town centre. There will also be an opportunity for families to enjoy a taste of this spectacular showdown by riding a lap of the course before the start.
- Crosslove is an evening of racing with a difference, and features a summer cyclocross race, where riders of all ages will have to cover the most laps of a short, challenging off road course. Riders of all skill levels will have the chance of racing each other over ten laps of one track and in a velodrome style pursuit on the other.
Cycling For All In The Scottish Borders
Organisers of TweedLove bike week have unveiled an innovative and action-packed programme for 2011. This year's expanded programme of both free and paid events will be staged throughout the cycle-friendly Tweed Valley in the Scottish Borders from Saturday 11 to Sunday 19 June. Major new events have been added to last year's busy roster of popular open races, big guided rides (both on and off road), a film night (including a film-making competition), a dual slalom and barbecue and a series of informal ride-outs, where local riders host visitors on some of their favourite (and lesser-known) trails. New events for TweedLove 2011 include: