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Day 4 :The Lochs!

Day four and we have to be out the accommodation by 10:00.  Its too early to go home, so a cunning plan of doing some more traffic free cycling it hatched. When i say hatched, the plan was conceived before … Continue reading

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Day 3…still cycling

Having had a quick reccy of the start of today’s run, Alan had done similar. Compromising to be done! The band of 7 set out, up the road, then on to the new to most track. The first trail drops … Continue reading

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It’s Ryvoan Day

The happy band of 8 set off for the Ryvoan pass in the howling gale, and light smir. The smir passed quickly, and we boosted along the track. Regrouping every mile or so. The decision of first right after the … Continue reading

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To the Lady Garden

Parked up by the pitches in Nethy Bridge, we set up the bikes for our expedition to Grantown on Spey. Being the ride leader I set off first to scope out how to get on to the Speyside Way(it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Sunday the 8th of September

Starting from the car park in Dunkeld up near the Hilton gates at 08:30, we will head through the sleepy little town , cross the A9 and go to Amulree. From Amulree, we head over the hill to Aberfeldy. Aberfeldy, … Continue reading

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September… Hmmm

Well, here we are in September, soon be time to put the knees away for the winter. It’s going to be an odd run for me, I will be starting at Bells in Perth at 11:15. More odd than that, … Continue reading

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Sunday of the August Bank Holiday.

Starting in Burrelton at 08:30 we will head to Ardler, then Alyth and Kirrie. How we get to Kirrie is open for discussion (because we all know how I like a vague route) Out of Kirrie, Forfar is the target, … Continue reading

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