- Pentlands tomorrow?
I had a quick spin earlier. Didn’t really enjoy it, despite the lovely evening, as I just seemed to be off my game a bit. Tracks, in the main, are surprisingly dry. Red Road, Kips Bypass, Green Cleugh, Black Hill, Harlaw and home. The only soft bit was on the Kips Bypass path and even that wasn’t too bad. I also see that there are a couple of new bridges on the Red Road
Posted 6 years agodebaserSubscriber
Great ride, good beer and fine chat.
Schoolboy error of forgetting to change my dual ply tyres for something more sensible was compounded by a sheared seatpost bolt at clubbiedean and having to spend most of the rest of the ride standing. 😕
For those bits where I could sit down I must thank Stu for some rather splendid zip tie jury rigging.
Thanks for hanging around for me to catch up folks, much appreciated.Posted 6 years agoStuSubscriber
Great ride guys – some piccies:
The seatpost bodge:
Sunshine and happy folk:
Do a skid!
Do a wheelie!
Even TJ joined in with this game (no photoshop involved!):
Cheesy sunset at top of Harbour Hill
Beer!! (camera still on sunset mode I think so a bit hazy!)Posted 6 years ago
Never seen the Pentlands so busy as last night! not even on a sunny weekend. Cant a man get some peace and quiet? 😉
Must be said it was an absolutely stunning evening for a ride, Although most of the riders i saw out seemed to be pretty miserable, and either grudgingly responded to my greetings as i passed, or even in some cases completely ignored me. If you see a fellow biker out in the hills, especially on such a beautiful evening, a simple hello/smile/nodd/salute etc. is only polite. Even the walkers were highly cheery last night.Posted 6 years ago
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