Entries are now open for Etape Caledonia, which returns on Sunday 12 May 2024.

Laying claim to the title of the UK's longest-running closed road sportive, the Etape Caledonia is now in its 17th year. Based in the village of Pitlochry, it offers riders a choice of three scenic routes amid the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands.

Each route features roads closed to motorised traffic, chip timing, feed stations, a finisher's medal and a broom wagon service.

Early-bird entries are on sale now at a time-limited low price. Standard entries to the 85-mile route are priced £75, with entry to the 55-mile route at £55 and £45 for the 40-mile route.

For more details and to enter, visit the event website at limelightsports.club.

>>> Read our report on the 2016 Etape Caledonia: Etape Caledonia 2016: A high-speed romp through the Highlands >>>