This year's event will see record numbers cycling the route to Edinburgh, with participants including round-the-world explorer Mark Beaumont and actor Paul Brannigan.
The Herald and Sunday Herald cycling team will be out on all three routes.
The 47-mile challenge will make its way from Glasgow Green through Airdrie, Avonbridge, Linlithgow and Kirkliston, before finishing at Murrayfield Stadium.
The 110-mile sportive will pass through the Southern Uplands and includes a climb equal to twice the Tour de France's Alpe D'Huez.
The nine-mile family ride leaves from Kirkliston Leisure Centre for Murrayfield Stadium.
Tomorrow's forecast is for a bright start with some scattered showers later.
Ian Aitken, chief executive of event organiser Cycling Scotland, said: "It's amazing to have so many cyclists taking part across the Freshnlo Pedal for Scotland rides this year. We had a fantastic start with our Glasgow family ride with over 3400 riders last week.
"It's a testament to cycling growing in popularity and we hope to see this continue into next weekend when our final ride takes place in Aberdeen."
l Pick up a copy of the official Freshnlo Pedal For Scotland picture special in The Herald on Monday.