Just throwing in some events ran in past which proved popular
I used to run a two day event at Glengarnock circuit it started with a prologue TT 1.6 miles followed by a crit of an hour plus 5 laps in afternoon. Followed up by a RR at Gateside on the Sunday all done with 3 marshalls per day .
We ran a series of APRs at various locations a) Peesweep at top of Braes b) Gateside 2 circuits c) Kilmacolm d) RNAD always popular events
A hill climb series 4 climbs one after the other starting at Howwood then Club hillclimb then 2 climbs off Beith Road heading to RB at Lochwinnoch
Hill climb followed by cyclocross event we ran this for a few years first as a confined then as an open event.
Place to place TTs instead of out and back great if you ride with tail winds only or reduced distance one year we were getting great numbers at Georgetown and light was fading so we shortened distance each week down to a final 3 mile event everybody loved it .
We rented a field off a farmer near Howwood and had a series of MTB races for different categories on a weekly basis ( riders paid £2 each ) before that we built circuits at Bluebell woods Elderslie , vacant ground opposite clubrooms , quarry near Georgetown road and Gleniffer braes
Two ups where teams were chosen from hat on the night so you could have the fastest and slowest rider riding as a team , great for team bonding or not depending on the individual LOL
We used to traditionally follow up club hill climb championship with a sports day which had slow cycle ,obstacle race , speed judging , freewheel , plus novelty events ie throwing the welly a sort of shot putt on bikes . WE invited other clubs to event , traditionally Lomond Roads and Regent.
We did a couple of cyclist v Harriers events with Kilbarchan Harriers these were popular down south ( a couple took place in Irvine as well)
we did try to organise a bike v horses event but failed to find a suitable circuit
Sometimes you have to think out the box
ie when I started the Millport events again we had a 3 up 10 mile lap of the island . Everybody told me it was too short for a team TT nobody would ride it the first year we had over 120 riders and more the next year . It was only discontinued due to island becoming too busy .
The same was true of TTT championship when I reduced it from 100K to 50K everybody said it wouldnt work it went from 6 teams to 24 teams
We also held open event series with other clubs ie
Early season APRs at RNAD Beith 36 , 45 56 miles an extra lap per week we did that with Inverclyde Velo and Fullarton Wheelers
We also ran a summer crit series at Glengarnock with Inverclyde Velo , Fullarton and Inverclyde CRT helping to run the events