Launched in 2017 as an online peloton for creative, curious and adventurous types alike.  If you have a passion for turning pedals, corkscrews, tuning pegs or even heads, then wire in.

Stories, music, tastes , and sounds will abound delivering a fresh, unrefracted view on the life we call cycling.

If you don’t know where to start, let us make it easy by road-mapping the posts that cover the variety and diversity in our topics and writing styles.


  1.  Ride to the Sun
  2. Tour of the Highland
  3. Why I Cycle by Greg Ryan
  4. Richard Moore
  5. How Not To Race a Dual Sportive- Aviemore 100
  6. Brian Smith- The Coach

In our online clubhouse we’ll deliver short to long form tales from the road.  We’ll bring you unique insights into the creative types that are drawn to cycling, like deodorant cans to a hot burning village bonfire.  Not to mention anything else that piques our interest. But thats just the online stuff. Offline we’ll have BCR socials and regular roll outs.

All of this will be presented by the Braes City Rouleurs, a collective of like-minded cycle loving story tellers and artists based in Central Scotland, arming ourselves only with a subject, predicate and proclivity to wanderlust.

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Photography:  Massive thanks to Greg Ryan at fromthelensofg@gmail.com for the great shoot and the website photo’s.  The philosophy of The BCR brilliantly captured in a still frame.

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