As well as organising more relaxed rides, the Carbon Social Cycle Club is, this year, organising a couple of more challenging trips for the experienced/foolhardy cyclist. The most challenging is a coast to coast ride from Mallaig to Aberdeen over … Continued

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On 26th May , weather permitting, the Carbon Social Cycle Club will kick off the season with its annual pilgrimage to the west coast to take on The Five Ferries. This is the first of two ‘challenge’ rides this year, … Continued

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‘Easy Riders’ In 2018 the Carbon Social Cycle Club is going back to its roots (routes?!).   The pace of the rides will be ‘easy’; we will ride at a social pace, and the pace of the slowest rider.   … Continued

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Thanks to all who came along to the 3rd and final Carbon Social Cycle Club event of the year.   It was a chilly start rolling out from Linlithgow train station but we soon warmed up on the 8 mile … Continued

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On 16th September the Carbon Social Cycle Club heads to the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow for a ‘rolling’ 47 mile ride which takes in quiet farm roads, Beecraigs Country Park and a tour of the mighty Bathgate Alps. We will meet for … Continued

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Thanks to everyone who came along to the Carbon Social Cycle Club Deeside ride; a fantastic 55-mile route in mostly great weather. The route took us initially along the Deeside valley from Aboyne to Balmoral.  From Balmoral the climbing begun, … Continued

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The third Carbon Social Cycle Club ride of the year, on the morning of 19th August, heads north to beautiful Royal Deeside. We’ll meet at Aboyne at 8.45am and head west along the South Deeside Road to Crathie before crossing the North Deeside Road and heading … Continued

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Saturday saw the Carbon Social Cycle Club head to Pitlochry to take on some of the Caledonia Etape route.  A dozen of us braved mixed weather to take on the 75-mile ride through fantastic scenery (not all of which we … Continued

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On 22nd July the Carbon Social Cycle Club heads to ‘Caledonian Etape’ country for a loop from Pitlochry around Loch Tummel, Loch Rannoch and over Schiehallion. It is a rolling route with one big climb, Schiehallion, of about a mile … Continued

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Many thanks to everyone for contributing to such an amazing 2016 cycle season, which culminated in our 500 mile, 5 day cycle challenge raising over £30,000 for the Winning Scotland Foundation. Everyone is still recovering, so there will be no … Continued

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