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Women’s Tour of Scotland Finalise Partnerships with Arnold Clark

Leading Scottish car retailer latest in impressive list of partners for the event

The Women’s Tour of Scotland has announced its final partnership of this year’s race, with Arnold Clark becoming the official car partner for the race.

Car retailer Arnold Clark are one of the leading Scottish brands and join the list of the Women’s Tour of Scotland’s impressive roster of partners already secured for the first ever edition of the race, with Baillie Gifford, EventScotland, Scottish Cycling, Deloitte, Scimitar, Motorola Solutions, WOW HYDRATE, Just Eat Cycles and Voxwomen all invested in the event.

The race features some of women’s cycling’s biggest names and starts in Dundee in just two days’ time featuring 16 of the world’s leading teams including Scotland’s leading rider Katie Archibald.

Arnold Clark will be providing a full vehicle solution with 41 cars used across the three stages, helping staff, teams and media on the road between each start and finish location. Their fleet includes various vehicles to meet the transport needs of the event.

Darren Clayton, managing director at the Women’s Tour of Scotland said: “We are really happy to be working with Arnold Clark, a company with a famous reputation in Scotland as a leader in their industry.

“We have had absolutely tremendous support from them since we started talking to help ensure that we’ll be in a position come Friday where we have all our transport and fleet requirements met to the level we need. I am hopeful this is the start of a great relationship with them moving forward.”

Arnold Clark Group Franchise Director Russell Borrie said: “We are delighted to partner with the first ever Women’s Tour of Scotland, providing them with a fleet of vehicles to help keep the tour running smoothly. We wish the teams the best of luck with the competition.”

The event begins in Dundee on Friday 9 August and heads from Dundee to Dunfermline before starting stage 2 in Glasgow on the Saturday. The riders then head over the famous Duke’s Pass before finishing in Perth. The final day’s action will begin and finish in Edinburgh on Sunday 11 August.