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Colin Cadden
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So Low
In the whole panoply of mountain bike riding, I guess bikepacking is seen as the safe, bimbly cousin of the likes of Enduro. Yet here I was, cold, wet through, hurtling down a steep gravel track in the middle of the Highlands as fast as I possibly could on ...
So Low
So Low
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Familiarity breeds....complacency?
I've written before that I'm incredibly lucky to be able to live in Aviemore as the selection and number of trails surrounding it is immense and varied. As is often the case, it takes an outsider to remind me of my good fortune and a few days ago I was show...
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Back round Ben Alder
There's a vast area of "wild" country south of the A9 and north of the road to Kinloch Rannoch that nevertheless has a large number of cross-country tracks through it. For years, as I've driven up and down the A9, I've looked down along Loch Garry and fanta...
Back round Ben Alder
Back round Ben Alder
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Moray Way - No Way!
By now I really should know better. Sometimes my desire to explore needs to be tempered by what other folk have to say on the matter....... Cycling on the Speyside Way The Speyside Way between Fochabers and Ballindalloch and between Nethybridge and Aviemore...
Moray Way - No Way!
Moray Way - No Way!
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Running with the deer
Despite my history of foot problems, I've dabbled with running on and off since Mim took it up in training for her Everest trip. I learnt to ignore the immediate discomfort of sore calves and work through it until the running felt easier. I slowly got a lit...
Running with the deer
Running with the deer
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Bearbones 200 - Wales for a weekend
I should really start this post with a wee reminder (to myself). This blog only came about because I started to pass on some personal notes I was keeping about some of my trips. I find it fascinating going back over them a few years later and re-discovering...
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My longest one-day trip yet...
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NCN78 - The Caledonia Way - in a Day!
Although I didn't mention this at the time of my last-but-one blog entry, my little investigation into maintaining a 10mph average speed was a prelude to another ride I'd been thinking about for a year or so. National Cycle Network Route 78 - The Caledonia ...
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Although I didn't mention this at the time of my last-but-one blog entry, my little investigation into maintaining a 10mph average speed was a prelude to another ride I'd been thinking about for a year or so. National Cycle Network Route 78 - The Caledonia ...
ScotRoutes
ScotRoutes
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Colin Cadden commented on a post on Blogger.
I recognised that narrow trail by your description. I recall worrying about the consequences of a fall to the right - and then seeing cynic-al diving off it at one corner , almost into a small river.
The Moors
The Moors
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