CREAM O’ THE CROFT

Scotland’s Family Friendly Mountain Bike Festival, 17-19 June 2016, Comrie Croft, Perthshire

What is Cream O’ The Croft?

Cream o’ the Croft is an amazingly chilled out weekend of camping, mountain bike racing for all ages and abilities, live music, street performers, gourmet food and drink and a host of fun activities ranging from a pedal-powered cinema to a giant water slide!

Think of Cream o’ the Croft as your favourite mountain bike Enduro, food and drink festival, beer festival and family-friendly music festival all rolled into one.

Yes, it really is that good!

HEY DUDE- GET WITH THE PROGRAMME!

FRIDAY 17TH JUNE

It’s festival time, so let’s start as we mean to go on shall we?  Gates open at 3pm, giving you time to set up camp, chill with friends in the bar, chow down in the food court or shred the trails before the entertainment kicks off.

Our Friday menu includes: The 2hr playlist take-over and open mic sessions in the bar, MTB movies in the pedal-powered cinema, pumptrack racing in the courtyard, bunny hop contest and granny-ring drag racing on the strip, treasure hunt in the fairy forest, charity raffle and silent disco until the wee hours.

SATURDAY 18TH JUNE

Racing today? 

Forget cooking!  Head to registration via the Food Court for a delicious fresh breakfast, fresh juices and locally roasted coffee.

Here’s a taster of what to look forward to: one of the most unique and fun MTB Enduros in the country featuring 9 stages including; Bike Park, Blue/Red/Black descents, Dual Slalom, Hill Climb and XC stages, Velo Village, Petting Zoo, Circus Skills Workshop, Craft Sessions, Bouncy Castle, Slack-line, Storytelling, Giant Water Slide, Inflatable Fun Run, Face-Painting, Bike Drag- Racing, Light Chaser, Random Raffle, Live Bands, IPA Blind Taste Challenge, Silent Disco ‘til late and much more!

SUNDAY 19TH JUNE

It’s the morning after the amazing night before, so there’s no way you’re cooking!  Simply wander along to the Food Court for another delicious breakfast, fresh juices and locally roasted coffee.

The tables have been turned today so it’s time for the kids to race and the adults to play! 

Here’s what we’ve got for you:  Kid’s Mini Enduro, demo bikes, mechanical bull, live music in the big tent, gyrosphere, adult balance bike racing, Scottish Bike Trial Championships, street performers, Toddler’s bike racing, bouncy castle, giant water slide, storytelling and much more!

Check out the schedule on the Cream o’ the Croft website!

For full details of the Festival, camping and tickets, please click on the button below.

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GETTING THERE

BY ROAD
Comrie Croft is around an hour by road from Glasgow or Edinburgh. Go north past Stirling on the M9. At Dunblane the M9 changes into the A9 towards Perth. After about 3 miles take the junction left signposted for Crieff (A822). Comrie Croft Bikes and Hostel is set back from the A85 between Crieff (4.5 miles – from Crieff follow signs for the A85 towards Crianlarich) and Comrie (2 miles). We are clearly signposted from the main road (200m).

BUSES & COACHES
The Croft is served by up to 17 buses a day from Perth/Crieff/ Comrie on Stagecoach route 15. Ask the driver for Comrie Croft. These connect with a variety of train, coach and other bus services to the north, east and south. To the west the no. 15 service continues to Loch Lomond National Park at St Fillans 5 times a day (except Sunday).

A local service for Saturday evening pick-up/drop-off to Crieff/Comrie will be available.  Details will be advertised locally.