Summer is at long last here and with a large number of us choosing staycations this year, why not partake in an exciting departure at the Food and Bike Festival in Castle Douglas.
Dumfries and Galloway’s food town is facilitating this occasion of the late spring, where you can watch Britain’s driving, broadcast cycle race and spend a magnificent end of the week tasting all the mind blowing food and drink the region has to bring to the table.
Facilitating the third, last ‘The Tour’ series of the year
From Thursday, August 12 Castle Douglas will turn into a center of action as expert groups line up King Street for multi-lap, high velocity races. These races will include the best British homegrown groups, all kinds of people, and the features of every one of the three rounds (cycle one in Guisborough and cycle two in Sunderland) will be communicated on ITV4.
Following the expert groups there will be the chance for club and easygoing riders to partake at the center of attention on the shut down street circuit on Friday, August 13.
A center of amazing food and drink
Over the four days the town-focus will turn into a celebration town, with an extraordinary cluster of food and beverages on proposal close by a scope of exchange slows down and obviously the nearby shops and bistros making their typical buzz.
On Saturday, August 14, the food celebration will turn into the center, featuring the rich contributions of neighborhood makers and all that makes Castle Douglas a Food town.
The food celebration will highlight culinary specialists, cooks, dough punchers, mixologists, brewers, chocolatiers who will be running demos and studios for individuals to experience and participate in and there are a lot of delectable alternatives to eat and drink.
Finish it off with some unrecorded music and exhibitions
Then, at that point, guests can partake in some amusement on top, all things considered, off, with exhibitions from top-class artists, specialists and entertainers.
Nonetheless, the cycling activity doesn’t end there with King Street indeed turning into a race course with a slope climb time preliminary from the town clock to the market slope in the late evening.
Lastly on Sunday, August 15, the merriments will attract to a nearby as the cycling activity takes off of town towards the Galloway Forest for a 74km cycle playful, including 45km on the rock streets of the woodland, around the Portpatrick Railway and the Raiders Road.
Tickets are free yet there will be restricted numbers accessible. Tickets are accessible from July 29 so fall in line to book your ticket, join to race, and significantly more.