Bealach Beag

Bealach Beag – Saturday 6th May 2017

Bealach is the UK’s biggest road climb at 2053ft (626m) from sea level in just 6mls (10k). It is set in a fabulous unspoilt landscape with outstanding views of the sea and the hills. The Applecross Peninsula is renowned as a gem in Scotland’s crown of natural wonders. The idea of a sportive ride belongs to local cycling legend Clifford Davidson.

We are naturally grateful to Clifford for his initial idea and advice. The event was first run in the summer of 2006 and it was immediately obvious that had captured the imagination of cyclists of all standards. The demand for places in the event was overwhelming.  We are now celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the event this year so make sure you are part of it.

Parking capacity is severely limited in the small villages used as a base, so we decided to have two events. The Bealach Mor retains the original route of 90 miles and the Bealach Beag introduced a shorter distance of 43 miles.



 2014 Results

 2012 Photographs

Please read the Bealach Beag ‘Event Rules and Entry’ page before entering online below –

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