Arisaig May 10th 2012 Today was a mainland day travelling from Ballachulish North and East to begin visiting the small isles. The day set off dry and cloudy but by the time we had crossed the Ballachulish Bridge over Loch Leven and the Corran Ferry across Loch Linnhe it had started to drop some light rain. We persevered without too much stress against the wind to the top of the loch where we could see Fort William acro ... read more
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I am a retired engineer, born in 1945, who loves cycle touring. I have ridden Lands End John O Groats, C2C, the Three Towers (Blackpool - London -Paris Blackpool), European section of North Sea Cycle Route (Rotterdam to Bergen), several sportives and trips to Spain and the Alps, Slovenia, Turkey, Japan, Kerala and Tamil Nadu (India), Vietnam, China, Australia, including Tasmania and New Zealand.
This was followed by a trip to South Island New Zealand for three weeks in Jan/Feb 09 and one week in Geelong, OZ, to see my son.
I ride several sportives each year and ride one day every week wit... full info