Saturday 14th July 2018

Entries Open December 2017

 Welcome to The Clyde Stride Ultra Marathon

The Clyde Stride provides the opportunity to race along one of Scotland’s most accessible new pathways. It runs from Glasgow (Partick Railway Station) along the Clyde through Strathclyde Regional Park, the Unesco World Heritage Site at New Lanark, and the Falls of Clyde Nature Reserve to finish adjacent to the Visitor Centre. The superb track and scenery ensure a rapid rise to ultra stardom for the The Stride.

This is a self-navigating event, this applies to full ultra marathon and relay teams alike. Please familiarise yourself with the race descriptions and maps (external site) prior to the event. Training runs are organised on a regular basis. Please check the facebook group for details.

Car sharing to the race

This year we are using a car sharing website developed by a runner that aims to save you money, and reduce the carbon footprint of the event:

https://RaceLifts.org car sharing

We would be most grateful if EVERYONE coming to the Clyde Stride Ultra Marathon race could try out the site (even if you don't expect to car share). It only takes a minute and is completely free to use. As well as saving you petrol money, it will ease the parking headaches for us at the race.


Charity Partner for 2017

14/03/2017 15:08
We are delighted to announce that Hamilton District Food Bank will be our nominated charity for 2017.The aim of the foodbank is to provide an emergency supply of at least three days worth of meals to individuals and families who find themselves struggling to put food on the table in times of...

Charity Partner 2016

04/03/2016 14:23
We are delighted to announce East Kilbride and District Dementia Carers as out charity partner for 2016. Formed in 1990, The EK Dementia Carers Group is the onlyvoluntary sector day are provider for people with dementia in East Kilbride.More information - Click HERE

The Route

08/07/2015 13:02
The Route description has been updated with new photographs covering the tricky section after CP1.Please carry a copy on the day if your are at all unsure. The route is marked with additional arrows on race day but this is a self navigating event.