Fife and Kinross CTC part of Cycling UK

Cycling UK Member Group

Fife and Kinross CTC part of Cycling UK

Welcome to the website for Fife and Kinross CTC [part of Cycling UK]. Here you'll find details for all your riding needs. If you don't please do contact us.

Our activities 
Leisure/Touring rides
Women only rides
About us 


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In Fife and Kinross, due to the wide distribution of our members, there is no ‘HQ Meeting Place’ but we meet regularly throughout the year to enjoy cycling, not just in the local countryside, but also further afield depending on the enthusiasm of our members.

We also keep in touch electronically on our web site and our Facebook page at Fife and Kinross CTC, part of Cycling UK, sharing photographs, stories, routes, views and opinions.

How our runs are organised

We have a Covid Officer and name and contact details are to be provided at each ride.  These details are retained for three weeks for Test and Trace purposes.  Apart from that, we do also record your name so that we can see who is attending the rides so that they may win an award at the end of the year.

We use a system of Rendezvous runs and these take place on a Saturday and on every alternate Wednesday during the colder months then weekly from April to September. The Wednesday runs are Veterans' runs  and are usually attended by retired members although all are welcome, even non members but we would eventually ask you to become a member of Cycling UK.  Check out our Facebook page to see who intends to go and which route they are thinking of taking. We also have a few Sunday runs in the summer which are group runs, led by a rides leader, usually meeting in the morning at an easily accessible car park. This means we publish a Runs List (see below or to the right) which gives a meeting place and this could be in the open air, or in a café, pub, Community Hall or even in someone's home [once we have the Covid approval]. When these take place in someone's home the Host/Hostess will provide the tea or coffee and members will bring a packed lunch. Open air meets means providing ones own drink and sandwiches but tea is available in Community Halls and we charge £1 for tea and the rent of the Hall. All runs can also be group rides by communicating on Facebook who is intending to ride that day and where they would like to meet up, but this would not have a specific ride leader.

These meets are arranged all over Fife and Kinross and we try to vary these so that they involve different routes. The meeting time is usually 12.30 and for the Rendezvous Rides members make their way singly or by arrangement in small groups.

Information about the group rides 

A list of our Rides for October to December have been compiled

Sept         Map Reference:     Meet Address:                                             Notes:

Sat 25th   MR65NS988859   The Red Lion, Low Causeway, CulrossPh 01383 880225

Wed29th  MR58NO119022     Reminisce Café, Kinross KY13 9ZJPh 01577865633


Sat 2nd   MR58NT019980      Powmill Milk Bar

Wed6th   MR65NT081871      Pittencrieff Park Café

Sat9th     MR59NO355001    Fisher & Donaldson, Cupar

Sat16th    MR58NT170961    Lochore Meadows

Wed20th  MR59NT081871    Beach Coffee House, Leven

Sat23rd    MR58NT257863   Pettycur Bay Café, Kinghorn

Sat30th    MR59NT076834   Sundial Café, Limekilns


Wed3rd    MR58NO121046   Heaven Scent, Milnathort

Sat6th     MR59NT0058998 Peppermill Bothy, Blairhall

Sat13th    MR58NT185017   Well Country Inn, Scotlandwell

Wed17th  MR58NT243964   Cluny Clays, Cluny, Kirkcaldy

Sat20th   MR NS986940      Saline Shaw Farm

Sat27th   MR58NT290997   The Art Café, 3 Newark Rd S, Eastfield, Glenrothes


Wed1st    MR59NO290070    Freuchie Garden Centre Café

Sat4th     MR58NT174990     Loch Leven Coffee Shop, Findatie

Sat11th    MR66NT200854    Sands Café, Aberdour

Wed15th  MR59NT254943    Tea House, Evans Easyspace JSPB, Kirkcaldy

Sat18th   MR59 NT108884    St Andrews Erskine Church Hall, Robertson Road, Dunfermline - for Christmas meetup

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