The fastest male rider was Jamie Henderson from Limits Technology in a time of 2.51.35, while the fastest female cyclist was Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Team Scotland member Lee Craigie from Cannondale UK in a time of 2.57.33.


They were also crowned King and Queen of the Mountain after recording the fastest times on the Glendoe summit out of Fort Augustus.


Etape Loch Ness returned for a second year in 2015 on an even bigger scale, with 3,300 riders taking up places for the event. The 66-mile course was once again closed to other vehicles, giving riders a rare opportunity to cycle around the world-famous loch on traffic-free roads.

The event, which started and finished in Inverness, raised tens of thousands of pounds for charity partner Macmillan Cancer Support. Many riders also raised funds for a number of other good causes.

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Event director Malcolm Sutherland said: “After getting off to such a strong start, it was fantastic to see Etape Loch Ness become bigger and better this year. The atmosphere was simply amazing – riders thoroughly enjoyed the chance to complete an iconic course on traffic-free roads.”



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