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Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
Some of my best days in the outdoors have been by myself or with one or two friends, taking in the best (and hopefully quietest) of Scotland's back roads, looking for the grimmest climbs, longest descents and cakiest cake shops. Here I've presented a few of...
Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
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Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
Some of my best days in the outdoors have been by myself or with one or two friends, taking in the best (and hopefully quietest) of Scotland's back roads, looking for the grimmest climbs, longest descents and cakiest cake shops. Here I've presented a few of...
Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
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Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
Some of my best days in the outdoors have been by myself or with one or two friends, taking in the best (and hopefully quietest) of Scotland's back roads, looking for the grimmest climbs, longest descents and cakiest cake shops. Here I've presented a few of...
Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
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Glenfinnan to Cape Wrath Part 3: Strathcarron to Gairloch via Torridon and Opinan
Continuing the epic struggle north from Strathcarron onwards to Torridon. With special guest star Rob, and some goats. Day 5: Strathcarron - Opinan So... slightly demoralised after a tiring day of very little riding
the day before I set off along the road ...
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Glenfinnan to Cape Wrath Part 3: Strathcarron to Ullapool via Torridon and An Tealach
Day 5: Strathcarron - Opinan So... slightly demoralised after a tiring day of very little riding
the day before I set off along the road to meet my friend Rob at
Achnashellach, planning to then climb from Coulags and take in the
famous descent to Annat. ...
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Inspiration, or copying other people's bad ideas.
I have already stressed the importance, and the fun, of planning your own routes, but where should you get your ideas from? Merely wishing to subject your expensive and fragile pride and joy to that special blend of acidic gritty mud that makes up most High...
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Glenfinnan to Cape Wrath Part 2: Glen Shiel, The Falls of Glomach and Torridon
The second installment of my 2011 attempt to ride an adapted version of the Cape Wrath trail. Already struggling after two days I headed into some famous riding territory between Glen Shiel and Glen Affric Day 3 - Suardalan Bothy to Allt Beithe (Glen Affric...
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The joy of Maps
If several long, painful, soggy wet misadventures in the Highlands has taught me anything, it has taught me that the two best bits of any trip are typically: 1. Planning the trip (ideally over several nights and glasses of wine) and 2. Talking about the tri...
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Glenfinnan to Cape Wrath Part 1: The Rough Bounds
So this was it, this was the trip that all my other trips had merely been practice for. Meticulously planned, thoroughly researched, and endlessly talked about (by me, to anyone who would listen). Glenfinnan to Cape Wrath via as many of the northwest's best...
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Sportive Training - Scotland's Best almost-Centuries
There, I said it, I ride sportives, and I think they're brilliant. The best part is that 'training' for sportives can take many forms, including scouring google maps for the hilliest, twistiest roads the countryside has to offer. Here I present some of the ...
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