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HOW TO ENTER - Entries will close midday Tuesday 28th June 2011

Entry fee: £48 per team

  • Click here to go to our Online Entry System - you can either submit your entry form online and send a cheque in the post or select PAY ONLINE to pay via our online payment system OR
  • Click here to download our entry form and sponsorship pledge to send your entry and cheque in the post
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You will receive confirmation and a sponsor form by post – ALSO, you will get your registration card – please complete this and take it with you on the day to register – YOU WILL NEED IT TO ENTER


Since the inaugural Corrieyairack Challenge in 1993 over £700,000 has been raised by competitors to help fund the running of the respite care centre facilities, based at Badaguish and purchasing specialist equipment – ranging from specially adapted minibuses, side by side bikes and other specialist sports and activity equipment.

All proceeds from this event will go to the Speyside Trust, a small; independent registered Scottish Charity, raising funds to enable people with disabilities to enjoy an outdoor activity holiday.  We provide full 24hr respite care for individuals, giving them an independent holiday with activities to suit their ability including, canoeing, cycling, rock scrambling, archery, swimming, trampolining and much more plus day visits to places of interest. Every £200 raised enables a person with disabilities to enjoy a unique outdoor holiday experience. The Charity  relies totally on the generosity of those who believe in what we are seeking to do by encouraging us, working with us and giving us financial support. If you would like further information on what the charity does please visit www.badguish.org

Each Corrie Competitor is asked to raise a minimum of  £70 sponsorship, or £200 per team.  All competitors will be sent a manual sponsorship form once their team’s entry has been confirmed. If you require more sponsor forms then please contact us.

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  • Make a donation - As a charity Speyside Trust  relies totally on the generosity of those who believe in what we are seeking to do. We are grateful to all who encourage us, work with us and give us financial support. It's simple to make either a one-off or monthly donation using the link on the right or telephone Angela on + 44 (0) 1479 861285.


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Teams must consist of 4 people (3 competitors, 1 steward)
Team replacements/withdrawals/changes can be made through the Event Organiser up to 5 days before the Event. After this any changes can only be made at the Start Registration. No new Individual or Team entries on the day - only changes permitted.
Each team must pledge to raise £200( min) sponsorship for the Speyside Trust. Monies must be paid in by the end of September.
Competitor numbers must be worn and clearly visible at all times. Numbers must be pinned to the front for running/walking and changed to the back for biking/cycling.
Competitors must read and fully comply with all Safety Notes.
All bikes, bags, helmets, wheel/tyre changes etc must be clearly marked with competitor number before checking in/loading onto lorry transport.
No private support vehicles or supporters are permitted at Garva Bridge. All bikes, bags and changeover baggage must be loaded onto official Event lorry transport.
No multiple powered or power drive cycles or machines are permitted.
Competitors are responsible for the suitable protection of their cycles and kit for transit and the security of all their belongings after finishing.
Slipstreaming, drafting, pacing or unsporting behaviour is not expected or permitted. Complaints will be investigated and may lead to disqualification.
No 'relay' teams are permitted. Each competitor must complete their own category.
12 Competitors in the Mountain Bike category can only change wheels/tyres at the Changeover Point - not bikes/cycles.
13 Every finisher will receive a commemorative memento at Kincraig.
14 Extensive Team, Individual and Special Endeavour awards and prizes (for performances and sponsorship pledged) will be awarded at the 5pm prize presentation at Kincraig.
15 Team prizes will be based on the finishing position of the third team member (not team or individual times). All team members must finish to qualify.
16 Duathlon awards relate only to those who entered as Run/Cyclists (not Walk/Cyclists).
17 Teams can only take awards/prizes in any one category
18 Allocated teams are not eligible for awards/prizes.
The Event Organisers reserve the right to alter or amend the rules and route as circumstances dictate and their decision on any event related matter is final.


Make sure you are 'fit enough' for the category you enter - don't take part if you are injured or feel unwell.
Make sure you have the right kit for the event and are comfortable with your personal kit - don't wear new or borrowed kit!
Make sure you fully understand the event details, look at the referenced OS maps and know the route, terrain, distances and water points.
Make sure you are prepared for remote hilly terrain and changeable weather. Carrying light waterproof/windproof clothing as a minimum is recommended.
All bikers/cyclists must wear an approved cycle helmet at all times when cycling.
Make sure your bike/cycle is well maintained, safe and up to the event. The Mountain Bike Hill Section is steep, rocky and technical terrain in places.
All bikers and cyclists must carry a puncture repair kit and suitable bike repair tools and spares and know how to use them.
Use the watering stations and take in plenty of fluid. Carry your own fluids and snacks and take in little and often. Plan spare food/drink and kit at the Changeover Point.
You must co-operate with all Event Officials and Marshals and display your competitor number at all times. Follow the Highway Code on all public roads and respect all other road users.
Hill walkers must be prepared for a strenuous, long walk and must be at Garva Bridge for 4pm a the latest. You will be checked in and transported to the finish line at Kincraig.
You must respect the environment and conservation policy.
Take all litter with you and use bins/bags provided particularly at water stations. Stay on the proper tracks at all times - area of concern will be taped off. Follow the Country Code.
MOST IMPORTANT - Any competitor withdrawing or retiring after the Start registration must contact the Event Results Team at Kincraig either in person, via an Event Official or by telephone (see Marshall for telephone numbers) as soon as possible. If you are injured or need help - you must inform the nearest Marshall.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSClick here to go to the top of the page

Does a team have to be all the same category?
No, teams can be mixed categories ie any mix of R/C, W/C, M/B, or W/O. However, to qualify for team awards the team must all be the same category.
What happens if a team member pulls out before race day due to injury or other situation and no replacement can be found? Can the team still enter?
Yes, ideally teams will always consist of 3 members, but we would never preclude a team of 2 or even 1 taking part at the last minute due to injuries etc.
Does the team have to stick together on the route?
No, individuals go at their own pace and team position is based on the third member's finishing position not time.
How important is the team steward and what do they do?
Vital, team stewards are very important for event safety and marshaling especially over such a long route. We need help for water stations, road marshaling, start registration and other jobs too.
Can mountain bike categories change from mountain bike to road bike at Garva Bridge?
No, mountain bikers can only change wheels or tyres at Garva.
Do we have to pay for the camping at Kincraig?
No, there is free camping in the fete field (a basic farm field) with water, loos and showers provided.
Can I visit Badaguish to see the place?
Absolutely - call the Centre and we'd be delighted to welcome you for a look round and a cuppa!Click here to go to the top of the page


For every penny raised by those who take part in the Corrieyairack, Badaguish gets matched funding from Europe so it all goes into one big pot to enable us to purchase things such as:

Specially adapted minibus for visitors The Corrieyairack logo onthe minibus door
Specially adapted minibus to take our visitors around and about in comfort and safety The logo on the door tells everyone how the Trust managed to buy the bus ....

At Badaguish we constructed an under cover sports hall and the money raised from the Challenge helped us have a special soft floor installed

The covered sports area at Badaguish
Inside the covered sports area at Badaguish

Other items purchased or installed with help from the Corrie:

  • wheelchair friendly paths
  • furnishing all accessible accommodation at Badaguish
  • adjustable basketball posts
  • specially adapted bikes
  • sports equipment and activities

A lot of money goes towards just providing the staff, care and facilities for year round holidays for special needs children and adults.Click here to go to the top of the page

We gratefully acknowledge the support received from our event sponsors
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