Someone point me at Scotland, please

kedab

Veteran
Location
nr cambridge
Yes fam! It's been time. Hope you're all well. I've just moved to Kirkliston in Scotland and could do with a much assist as possible regards roads, routes and journeys etc. Big hugs to you all. I've been away for quite some time.
 
You're just down the road from me! Depending on how much you like to punish yourself, this might be all you need:

The Bathgate Alps

If you do Facebook, the West Lothian Cycling Hub is a good community & resource with links to local clubs & group rides. At least, I seem to remember such things from the Before Times...

See you out there, if the temperature ever gets above -5. ^_^
 

Flick of the Elbow

English, socially distanced.
Location
Lothian
Yes fam! It's been time. Hope you're all well. I've just moved to Kirkliston in Scotland and could do with a much assist as possible regards roads, routes and journeys etc. Big hugs to you all. I've been away for quite some time.
Hello @kedab, welcome to Edinburgh/West Lothian. I’m in Colinton. Loads of nice roads in your vicinity, albeit badly potholed and often deeply puddled. The three local estates are good for cycling through, Dalmeny, Hopetoun and Dundas, and around Culross in Fife is good too. Around Linlithgow is also good.
 
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kedab

kedab

Veteran
Location
nr cambridge
Hello @kedab, welcome to Edinburgh/West Lothian. I’m in Colinton. Loads of nice roads in your vicinity, albeit badly potholed and often deeply puddled. The three local estates are good for cycling through, Dalmeny, Hopetoun and Dundas, and around Culross in Fife is good too. Around Linlithgow is also good.
 
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kedab

kedab

Veteran
Location
nr cambridge
Thanks dude. I appreciate you taking the time to reply. All I need to do now is get used to thy weather and the slopes! (East Anglia is flat. Often breezy but generally flat!) 🙂
 

Alba Zeus

Active Member
Used to live in South Queensferry and commuted up to Edinburgh daily on the bike.

Head down towards Cramond and then you have a host of Edinburgh's cycle paths to choose from.

Over towards the forth bridge and from there lots of Fife to explore. If you have a gravel type bike the Fife Coastal Path is a good option. Passes some of the fishing villages up the East coast and it is relatively flat with some stunning views.
 
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