Author Topic: Beginner-friendly 200s  (Read 1885 times)

mattc

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Re: Beginner-friendly 200s
« Reply #50 on: February 07, 2020, 07:06:15 pm »
Slightly OT but im hoping to put on a beginner friendly 300 in early July in Alba. 

Night start (2230) from Stirling which has direct rail services from Glasgow, Falkirk, Edinburgh and even outposts such as London. 

Just a little riding in what passes for night time in Scotland in July (daylight by 0330) and full on village hall TLC at 95km and 185km.  I think Mr Cameron from Forfar may be approached to provide pastry based sustainance tho im not sure if its better as supper or breakfast. 

This is a great idea! date probably won't suit me this time, hey-ho.  I'm rubbish at night-time, but the Essex midnight 300 worked pretty well for me, and has a loyal following over the years. Scotland in July would be fab!
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Re: Beginner-friendly 200s
« Reply #51 on: February 07, 2020, 08:53:09 pm »
Slightly OT but im hoping to put on a beginner friendly 300 in early July in Alba. 

Night start (2230) from Stirling which has direct rail services from Glasgow, Falkirk, Edinburgh and even outposts such as London. 

Just a little riding in what passes for night time in Scotland in July (daylight by 0330) and full on village hall TLC at 95km and 185km.  I think Mr Cameron from Forfar may be approached to provide pastry based sustainance tho im not sure if its better as supper or breakfast. 

This is a great idea! date probably won't suit me this time, hey-ho.  I'm rubbish at night-time, but the Essex midnight 300 worked pretty well for me, and has a loyal following over the years. Scotland in July would be fab!
Started a new thread to stop muddying the waters on this one.