Wee Jaunt Edinburgh

The Wee Jaunt Edinburgh on 8 September is now sold out. Find event information below.

Download the rider brochure

What can I expect?

You’ll start your morning in the beautiful town of Linlithgow and cycle 10 miles on closed-roads to the finish line, enjoying a great atmosphere along the way. At the event village, you can enjoy a range of activities for all ages as well as lots of refreshments. All details including start times, getting to and from the event, what you need to bring and the route are in the rider information brochure. 

Riders also receive a 20% discount at Cycle Republic until 21 September.


This is the limited edition, 20th anniversary design. It’s a technical t-shirt for the first time – a light, breathable material that wicks the moisture away from your skin.

Our 20th anniversary t-shirt has proved very popular and some sizes have now sold out. If you are having problems ordering a t-shirt then please contact us on info@pedal.scot and we’ll doublecheck our stock. Please make sure you check the adult size chart and kids size chart before ordering a t-shirt. 

Technical material tends to be a tighter fit, so please choose your size accordingly. Children sizes are a guide based on an average child of the age range listed, so please choose the size accordingly to the measurements provided.

If you've registered already, you can add a t-shirt to your entry by emailing us at info@pedal.scot.

Where does the route go?

The Wee Jaunt Edinburgh routes starts in Linlithgow and joins the final 10 miles of the Classic Challenge, through stunning countryside towards the finish line and event village. The manageable distance, flat terrain and closed roads mean it’s the perfect ride for those new to cycling and younger riders.

**PLEASE NOTE: Final route is subject to change.**


A limited number of return tram tickets between Edinburgh Haymarket and Ingliston Park & Ride were available to purchase, but these are now sold out.

Edinburgh Trams reserve the right to refuse entry to riders without official Pedal for Scotland Tram tickets on the day.

Pedal for Scotland is a non-profit event that aims to provide safe and engaging routes for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy cycling more often.