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Scotland's thriving adventure sports scene - from mountain biking and kayaking, to adventure racing, surfing and mountain marathons.
The Adventure Show returns for a new series with a visit to the rugged Kintyre Peninsula to join athletes in one of Scotland's most scenic races - the Kintyre Way Ultra. With no less than 1,300 metres of ascent and over 35 miles of rough terrain, this is a tough challenge for every runner.
Also on the programme, we'll be meeting an inspiring athlete who is proving that living with epilepsy doesn't prevent you from achieving sporting success at the highest level.
Fort William is once again resounding to the sound of cheering crowds and crunching gears as the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup returns to Scotland. And there's no shortage of action, from the fast and brutal 4X, to the downhill. One on Scotland's up-and-coming young riders take us on an exhilarating ride down one of the longest and toughest courses on the World Cup circuit.
Also in this month's programme, we get the inside story on why a professor of public health medicine and a police officer are planning to run from one side of Scotland to the other.
The team take to the stunning white water of the River Tay, at Grandtully near Aberfeldy, the home of Scottish paddling. This year the racing is bigger and better than ever before because we're here for the inaugural Adventure Show Super Cup, with Olympic gold medallist Tim Baillie, from Aberdeen, giving an expert's view on the action.
Also, Deziree Wilson discovers Scotland's most select running club, and we catch up with endurance athlete Katie Ford to see if she can create a new cycling record whilst living with epilepsy. And Cameron McNeish is back with a wild walk in Highland Perthshire.
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