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POC Scottish Enduro Round 2 Report

After a fantastic start to the season at Fort William, the POC Scottish Enduro Series had marched south to Innerleithen for the eagerly anticipated Round 2.

TweedLove Programme 2014

This year’s star attraction will be Round Two of the Enduro World Series shaping up to be the UK’s biggest spectacle in mountain biking this year

Scottish XC Series Round 1 Report

After four months of training, persevering through long cold, windy, miserable road rides, hours on the turbo trainer, time spent weight training, mountain biking through pouring rain and mud,

Scottish Mountain Biking Success Story Continues!

Mountain biking has grown by 7-10% over last 3 years and is now worth £49.5m per year to the Scottish economy, according to new research undertaken by University of Highlands and Islands and commissioned by Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland and its partners.

POC Scottish Enduro Round 1 Report

After a day of practice there is always one little section that preys on your mind, one niggly bit that keeps running through your head! For me it was a new bus stop on stage 3, Cackle, which had been freshly cut in.

The Bluegrass and MET Weekend

No Fuss Events are delighted to announce that as well as coming to Scotland for the Bluegrass Enduro Tour, Bluegrass and MET Helmets will once again be supporting the Buachaille Sportive. And, it’s all happening on the same weekend.

  • Accommodation

  • MacDonald Hotel & Cabins

    MacDonald Hotel & Cabins

    The MacDonald Hotel & Cabins has an envious location at the head of Loch Leven in Kinlochleven – home of the Kinlochleven Loop.

  • Blaemuir Cottage

    Blaemuir Cottage

    Blaemuir Cottage is on one level and is comfortable 1 bedroom Country Cottage, it has a comfortable sitting room perfect for relaxing after a busy day sight seeing.

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  • Places to Ride

  • Glen Einich

    Glen Einich

    I’d been patiently waiting for the clouds over the Cairngorms to clear so I could not only get a decent route in that I hadn’t already covered a million times but also tick this route off, and my patience was finally rewarded last weekend – with not just a few less clouds, but clear blue skies and some pretty warm sunshine!

  • Ballater to Dinnet

    Ballater to Dinnet

    The Deeside Way itself runs along the disused railway line from Aberdeen to Ballater and is 45 miles from start to finish – but, with just a couple of hours to spare I only sampled the route from Ballater to Dinnet, however,

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