Taking your bike on public transport
Katharine Melville and other contributors have put together an extensive article on the regulations and opportunities for carrying your bike on public transport, i.e. rail and bus, with a excellent comparison between what should happen and what actually happens.
Check it out here
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Inspirational trips for 2017
A Rider’s Account of the Callander to Perth Special Ride in August 2017 by Mike Simm
Hadrian’s Cycleway with Evelyn and Katharine [read all]
Touring the West Balkans, a short ride around the former Yugoslavia and Albania [read all]
David and Jean say their boat and cycle trip from Venice to Mantova was “better than wonderful” [read all ]
Moray Coast Trip Katharine and Evelyn
Katharine and Evelyn travelled from Inverness to Inverurie, using NCN1 and enjoying the Moray coast [read all]
The Way of the Roses by Katharine Melville
Katharine and her daughter Nicola cycled the Way of the Roses from RSPB reserves Leighton Moss near Morecambe to Bempton Cliffs near Bridlington. They mostly used the Sustrans signed route [read all ]
Cycling Related Travels by Margaret Scott
Read about Margaret’s cycling related travels 2014 – Giro d’Italia in Belfast, Tour de France etape in York, qnd holidays in Barcelona with an electric bike! [ read all ]
Aviemore to John O’Groats (Katherine & Evelyn)
Katharine and Evelyn went from Aviemore to John o’Groats on NCN7 and 1. Are they doing the End to End in stages, from the North down? [ read all ]
Five Ferries Ride by Katharine Melville
Katharine with her friend Anne cycled the 5 Ferries route, doing it the easy way over two days [ read all ]
Campbeltown to Callander – Argyll and Trossachs
Read about Katharine and Nicola’s tour through Argyll and the Trossachs. This was another version of the 5 Ferries, from Campbelltown to Callander (and home to Birnam) [ read all ]