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Riding the new Etape Loch Ness

Written by Fiona May 12 2014

fi.etapelochness2This year I have been invited to ride numerous sportives. Sadly I do not have time to ride them all and I need to fit in some Munro training for the forthcoming Artemis Great Kindrochit Quadrathlon, so I have chosen a few. The inaugural Etape Loch Ness appealed because it’s new and because riding on closed roads around Scotland’s famous loch seemed too good an opportunity to miss. I was right. It was a thoroughly enjoyable ride in a beautiful part of the country. See my write up in the Sunday Mail. Left page pdf and right page pdf






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