- How far do you commute by bike?
Sounds exactly what i am contemplating !!
Posted to RAF Leuchars and apparently there are married quarters in Cupar.
Ah right! Mine will be Dundee to St Andrews, via Tayport. As fasthaggis mentions the road from Cupar to Leuchars does get quite busy and it is a fast road, but its fast on the bike too. And if you don’t fancy it/fancy some hills there are a few other ways that make is quieter and more interesting.Posted 4 years agobajsyckelMember
At one time I (stupidly) used to do 46km (road) with about 600m of climbing (on the way in, reversed on the way home) either side of a day in a sawmill. That was the direct route – I never wanted to extend it much as I was pretty much always knackered. Then I did about 6km that I could do on fun off road and extend as far as I liked (and run or xc ski when the snow was good in the winter). Nowadays I mostly either work from home or have about 5km bimble either way.Posted 4 years agomessiahMember
Recently been getting up at 5am to ride in two or three days a week to maximise riding time on lovely quiet back roads. 28miles with 1700ft of climbing in about 1.5hours. Feel brilliant all day and get the train home to play with the kids. I also have off road routes which take over 2 hours. I’m not interested in riding home as if I have time for that I can do something more interesting… like ride better places as on the other days of the week.
Not sure how this will hold up through the winter as the route I do is very exposed.Posted 4 years agobinnersSubscriber
18 fantastic sunny, off-road miles home (2000ft of climbing), including a lap of Cragg and a 3 mile descent to finish, through some very overgrown singletrack.
I took some pictures for Dezzy, as I know he likes to see me enjoying myself 😀
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