Three Sisters Bake launch Summer Cycling Challenge

Nichola, Gillian and Linsey Reith, Three Sisters Bake Photograph by Martin Shields

Three Sisters Bake, is inviting families to sign up to its Summer Cycle Challenge. To celebrate the installation of new bike rack facilities at Three Sisters Bake in Quarriers Village, the sisters have sponsored a mile of the N75 Sustrans cycle path in an effort to encourage customers to leave the car at home and travel to the café along the cycle path.

To register for the Summer Cycling Challenge, families are invited to drop in to the Quarriers café and collect a registration pack. The first 250 children to register will receive a free Summer Cycle Challenge drawstring cycle bag filled with a scavenger hunt and a cycle quiz.

Participants can record the number of miles they have travelled along the N75 cycle path over the summer holidays using the mileage calculator map included in the registration pack.

Summer Cycle Challenge (Pic: Martin Shields)

Summer Cycle Challenge (Pic: Martin Shields)

Gillian Reith, Three Sisters Bake, said: “We are launching our summer cycle challenge to kick off the summer holidays and with the predicted top temperatures and clear skies there’s never been a better time to get your family out for a gentle bike ride in the sun.

“Being situated right on the cycle patch we are inundated with keen cyclists and this year we want to get as many families involved. At the end of the summer, prizes will be awarded to the winner from each age group who has travelled the most miles, with special awards for those who learned to ride a bike too.”

Three Sisters Bake will also be giving out Pedal Power ice cream and coffee loyalty cards. Each time a customer travels to the Quarriers Village café by bike or bring their bike to start a cycle at the cafe, they will earn a Pedal Power stamp. Six pedal power stamps can then be traded for a free ice cream or a hot drink.

The Summer Cycle Challenge is open to children aged 3-17 and launches on Thursday 28 June 2018 and runs until the end of the summer holidays.


Situated just off the cycle path, Three Sisters Bake is accessible via the traffic free path by bike from Bridge of Weir; Kilmacolm; Kilbarchan; Lochwinnoch; Brookfield; Greenock; Gourock; and Johnstone.

Three Sisters Bake’s cycle hire partners, RT Cycles, will rent bikes for adults and children, as well as carriages, seats and tow-alongs. Delivery of cycle hire to Quarriers Village cafe can be arranged through RT Cycles directly.