The Marie Curie Etape Caledonia race is at the forefront of closed road racing. The event has recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and is already looking ahead to the future of this growing sport. The course is 81 miles long and allows competitors and spectators alike to take in the idyllic highland countryside. All are welcome from cycling aficionados to greenhorns looking to experience the excitement and thrill of riding through such a picturesque course on closed roads. The start and finish lines reside in the stunning village of Pitlochry and take competitors on a round trip of the surroundings.