Published: 20th Dec 2023 Images: Scottish Cycling

Events Calendar for 2024 Revealed

With only a couple of weeks to go until the New Year, we thought it was time to have a look at the Scottish National Championships and Series coming up in 2024.


We can’t wait to head down to Newton Stewart where Galloway Hillbillies BC will host the Scottish National Road Race Champs on Sunday 4th August, for Senior Open, as well as Senior & Junior Female riders.

The Scottish National Open Junior Road Race Championships will take place on Sunday 14th July at the Black Loch, with the Open and Female Veteran Championships on Saturday 6th July in Midmar, with Velocita Coaching RT organising that event.

The National Series events are too in good health with thirteen rounds across the season.

Edinburgh RC will kick off the season with the welcome return of the Gifford Road Race in March, while the Drummond and Hugh Dornan Races continue the Alba series into May.

The Scotia Series has a short and sweet feel to its first three rounds with The Straiton Struggle – which doubles up as Round 4 of the Alba Series – starting the series on Saturday 25th May, before the Duffus and Pippa Handley RR in June.

The finale for both series will take place on 11th August, with Outsider Events’ Road Race in the East and Central region, more details to come on that in the new year.

The Youth Circuit Series starts at Fife Cycle Park, with Edinburgh RC’s Ben Forsyth Race Day on Sunday 24th March and will curtail with the National Youth Circuit Championships in September, with Clydesdale Colts organising at IGNITE 24 within the Scottish Fire and Rescue HQ at Cambuslang in September, with a final date to be confirmed in the new year.

Time Trial

There’s plenty of Time Trials to look forward to in 2024, with Elgin CC hosting both the 10-mile and 100-mile Championships in May and July, respectively. While Aberdeenshire is the venue for the 50-mile Championships, with Deeside Thistle playing host on 23rd June.

There’s a return to Ayrshire too as Torvelo Racing will host the National Olympic Time Trial Championships on Saturday 13th July in Fenwick.

Vanelli-Project GO impressed on the Track in the Team Pursuit at the National Track Championships a few weeks ago and will rather fittingly organise the Team Time Trial Championships in East Saltoun this August.

The closed-road climb of Ben Cruachan at Loch Awe will round off the road action in 2024, as North Argyll CC will play host to the National Hill Climb Championships on Sunday 13th October.


The Scottish Cross Country Association (SXC) will host a full series of events again in 2024, with five rounds of the SXC Race Series taking place across the season, in addition to the Scottish National Champs at Comrie Croft on Sunday 1st September.

The Series will open on the 17th March and finish on the 11th August, with visits to Lochore Meadows, Tarland Trails and Chatelherault Country Park in between.


The Scottish Downhill Association (SDA) Series will have five events taking place. The season will open with Scottish National Champs at Ae Forest on the weekend of the 27th and 28th April.

Rounds Two and Four of the Series, at Fort William and Glencoe will also double-up as rounds of the British Downhill Series. The Series will climax in Innerleithen on the 7th and 8th of September.

Full Calendar

The full provisional calendar can be found by clicking here.

Stay tuned in the new year, where we will have more details on the BMX Racing calendar, the Senior Circuit Championships, and Cycle Speedway events.