- Where are you riding in Scotland this summer?
Off up to Scotland for a long weekend next month. looking at riding Kirroughtree, (maybe) Devils Staircase, something round Ben Nevis, stuff around Fort Bill which we’re hoping to include the gondolas and Torridon.
Not sure its going to be dusty, but its sure going to be a giggle 😆Posted 3 years agoepicycloSubscriber
Places where I won’t see another bike or human all day.
ianfitz – Member
The HT550 group start for me. So most of Scotland!
When’s that this year? I’ll need to get my eyes polished for the dot watching marathons on my computer. I reckon those of us who merely sit and watch suffer more than the participants…. 🙂Posted 3 years agoBreganteSubscriber
I’ll probably start a separate thread if I dont get many suggestions but there’s a good chance that I’ll be spending around two weeks in auchterader at some point baround May and June. I will have most of the day to myself too so will be looking for road route ideas in the main but might be able to take the fat bike too for some off road exploring.
Never been but hopefully there will be plenty of options…Posted 3 years agobloodsexmagikMember
Some bigger hills – Ben Lomond, the bigger stuff at Kinlochleven and Driesh/Mayar/Kilbo/Jocks road for starters.
Too easy to just keep going back to the tweed valley tbh!
Pretty much what I want to avoid. It’s too easy to do this and forget that there is so much good riding that isn’t in the valley.Posted 3 years agomcj78Member
Not entirely sure yet, however i’m keen on getting round some of the nice natural routes I keep seeing popping up on here – done the Cobbler (Ben Arthur) a couple of years ago & whilst the way up was a bit of a slog, the way back down more than made up for it – I prefer proper loops though rather than ride/push up a big hill then blast back down it so i’ll need to get some routes looked up… also keen to try out Drumlanrig Castle fairly soon as I keep hearing good things about it – mostly on here – and it’s closer than GT for me.Posted 3 years ago
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