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Glencoe and beyond

The cycle team arrived at Fort William on 17th July. Setting a good pace after leaving Cumnock on Tuesday 15th, Glasgow was by-passed using recognised cycle routes and disused railway lines to cross the Clyde at Erskine Bridge and then on to Ardlui on Loch Lomond, a distance of 85 miles.  A change of plan saw the team completing this but then taking a well deserved rest day in Glasgow.  Back on the road today, and leaving Glasgow behind, Glencoe beckoned and this was reached by midday and then on to Fort William, another good ride of over 70 miles.  Glencoe was magnificent and the sight of two Golden eagles soaring above capped a glorious ride.  And how interesting the people are who you meet, such as Ewan McLeod, dressed in kilt at Glencoe who after, regaling us on the massacre, insisted in donating towards the Pokot Project. What a gent!. Three days to go with our arrival at John O’Groats still on time for Sunday.  This article is brought to you by travelandinsure.com – specialist in ethical travel insurance.

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