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This Friday (30 th August), bike riding enthusiasts will take to the Knockhill track to participate in the 2 nd running of the Enable Scotland – Cycle the World Challenge. None other than, two times World 4000m Pursuit Champion Graeme Obree, will be on hand to start the 6, 12 and 24hr endurance races.

Team’s have been fund raising all year, with all proceeds going to Enable Scotland. The event will see solo, duo and teams of four tackle the twists and dips of Knockhill over the 24 hour period; with all participants hoping to eclipse, Mark Beaumont’s, round the world cycling feat.

Last year, Glasgow Green Cycle Club lapped the Knockhill circuit 353 times, travelling the equivalent of 459 miles. Whilst, incredibly, Doug Wood managed to do 262 laps (341miles) on his very own. In total, the riders managed to amass a staggering 5804 miles in the 24 hours, raising £23,630 for Enable Scotland.

Mark will ride a customised version of the KOGA Kimera Premium. The frame and front fork are FEM optimized and fully constructed from High Modulus UD carbon with a very high tensile strength, resulting in a lightweight and stiff frame.

Mark uses 28mm Panaracer tires. These "wide" tires provide the necessary comfort, but also contribute to better aerodynamics. Despite the width, these tires score points due to their low rolling resistance, which will help contribute towards the faster completion of the ride.

In addition to the aerodynamic materials used, Mark will also adopt an aerodynamic riding posture, this has significant payoffs. The Profile Design handlebars and a Rudy Project aero helmet have been designed in such a way that Mark can maintain his aerodynamic posture over long periods.

This Friday (30 th August), bike riding enthusiasts will take to the Knockhill track to participate in the 2 nd running of the Enable Scotland – Cycle the World Challenge. None other than, two times World 4000m Pursuit Champion Graeme Obree, will be on hand to start the 6, 12 and 24hr endurance races.

Team’s have been fund raising all year, with all proceeds going to Enable Scotland. The event will see solo, duo and teams of four tackle the twists and dips of Knockhill over the 24 hour period; with all participants hoping to eclipse, Mark Beaumont’s, round the world cycling feat.

Last year, Glasgow Green Cycle Club lapped the Knockhill circuit 353 times, travelling the equivalent of 459 miles. Whilst, incredibly, Doug Wood managed to do 262 laps (341miles) on his very own. In total, the riders managed to amass a staggering 5804 miles in the 24 hours, raising £23,630 for Enable Scotland.

Mark will ride a customised version of the KOGA Kimera Premium. The frame and front fork are FEM optimized and fully constructed from High Modulus UD carbon with a very high tensile strength, resulting in a lightweight and stiff frame.

Mark uses 28mm Panaracer tires. These "wide" tires provide the necessary comfort, but also contribute to better aerodynamics. Despite the width, these tires score points due to their low rolling resistance, which will help contribute towards the faster completion of the ride.

In addition to the aerodynamic materials used, Mark will also adopt an aerodynamic riding posture, this has significant payoffs. The Profile Design handlebars and a Rudy Project aero helmet have been designed in such a way that Mark can maintain his aerodynamic posture over long periods.

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This Friday (30 th August), bike riding enthusiasts will take to the Knockhill track to participate in the 2 nd running of the Enable Scotland – Cycle the World Challenge. None other than, two times World 4000m Pursuit Champion Graeme Obree, will be on hand to start the 6, 12 and 24hr endurance races.

Team’s have been fund raising all year, with all proceeds going to Enable Scotland. The event will see solo, duo and teams of four tackle the twists and dips of Knockhill over the 24 hour period; with all participants hoping to eclipse, Mark Beaumont’s, round the world cycling feat.

Last year, Glasgow Green Cycle Club lapped the Knockhill circuit 353 times, travelling the equivalent of 459 miles. Whilst, incredibly, Doug Wood managed to do 262 laps (341miles) on his very own. In total, the riders managed to amass a staggering 5804 miles in the 24 hours, raising £23,630 for Enable Scotland.




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