Balloch to Clydebank Half Marathon banner showing the start of the race in 1993

















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The race follows the following route:-
A generally flat course with minor inclines between Dumbarton Gateway Services and the Dunglass Roundabout and between Bowling and Old Kilpatrick. The course is not suitable for wheelchair athletes.
The race starts in the pedestrian concourse outside Jenners at Loch Lomond Shores.
The race follows the following route:- Ben Lomond Way, Pier Road, Balloch Road, Old Luss Road, Luss Road, North Main Street, Alexandria Cross (Fountain), Main Street, B857 through Renton, A812 from Junction with A82 to Dalreoch, Glasgow Road (A814) across the Artizan Bridge, Station Road, Bankend Road, Bonhill Road, Crosslet Road, cycle path (National Cycle Network Route 7), Geils Avenue, Third Avenue then cycle path to Dunglass Roundabout, A814 (Dumbarton Road) through Bowling & Old Kilpatrick to Dalmuir, then Duntocher Road, Singer Road, footpath, North Road, footpath under Kilbowie Road to Seaforth Road.
Finish: In Seaforth Road, Clydebank at entrance to cul-de-sac north of the Forth and Clyde Canal.

Water Stations:

There will be 2 water stations on the race route – at Station Road, Dumbarton near the 5 miles mark and in the centre of Old Kilpatrick about 10 miles from the start. Water will also be available at the finish.

Dunbartonshire Amateur Athletic Association