Singletrack Magazine Issue 113 : Dunkeld Exposé

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We sent Pete Scullion to the small Scottish town of Dunkeld to see if it really is the best mountain bike town you’ve never heard of… Words & Photography Pete Scullion Quintessential Scottish spring conditions greet us as we hurtle down an unusually dry Atholl Hill at the northern end of Dunkeld. The sun is out, the trails are dry, but it’s snowing… Only in Scotland and only in April. Regardless of the nonsense falling from the sky, grip is high, and speed keeps growing as we dart through the tall pines and larches that this area is famous for....

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