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PBPB Posted - 24 Jan 2012 : 19:52:07
Where was I on my ride on Sunday?

Peeps outside the central belt may be at a dis-advantage here, but many racing cyclists will have ridden past this point! ( clue ).

This might become a regular thing if I can get my lazy @$$ out on the bike more often!



Cheers Ian

P.S. hope some others will post their pics on this thread,it could be quite interesting!
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DeeP Posted - 19 Mar 2012 : 19:24:58
kent that but never got round to posting. Honest!
PBPB Posted - 18 Mar 2012 : 19:14:14
It's the Binny Craig between Linlithgow and Uphall...

took a few yesterday but all too easy...

Cheers Ian
grantus Posted - 16 Mar 2012 : 19:25:54
is it The Knock?
PBPB Posted - 16 Mar 2012 : 18:52:29
Jings didn't think it was that difficult!... that's the Forth and Dunfermline in the background if it's any help...Cheers Ian
grantus Posted - 12 Mar 2012 : 09:18:02
I think it's a bit further west looking towards the clyde from the Kilpatricks? Cochno road?

P.S. hope you didny flash that fancy camera in Cundurrit Ian
mysterae Posted - 11 Mar 2012 : 23:50:16
Campsie Hill at Glengoyne Distillary near Blainfield.Strathblane
PBPB Posted - 11 Mar 2012 : 22:43:38
quote:
[i]Originally posted by grantus[/i]
[br]Aria huvin a laff ian?!? thats too easy ;-)



Aye Grant, I could have made it even easier as I passed through Grantsville on the way to Glesca!

This is today's pic, hopefully not too easy, or too hard! Cheers Ian

grantus Posted - 11 Mar 2012 : 15:46:03
Aria huvin a laff ian?!? thats too easy ;-)
PBPB Posted - 10 Mar 2012 : 22:59:26
Grantus will never get this one!!.. well he might...



Not a quiz question, but seen on today's ride...the Riverside Museum and the tall ship Glenlee...as mentioned previously... Cheers Ian

Ian Sim Posted - 08 Mar 2012 : 22:29:56
Spot do Steve. Taken from old pier in Taynuilt looking up Glen Etive.

Got some belters of photos taken last summer of Loch Awe from the hydro board dam service road though DeeP.
DeeP Posted - 08 Mar 2012 : 20:38:13
The hollow mountain could be Cruachin? Could it then be Loch Awe? Or am I miles away?
Steve McGinty Posted - 08 Mar 2012 : 20:27:24
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Ian Sim[/i]
[br]Further north.

A clue: the far end of a quarry on left and the lower slopes of a hollow mountain on the right.



Loch Etive?
DeeP Posted - 08 Mar 2012 : 15:21:27
Iain I grew up in Port Glasgow and, well the word anorak springs to mind - I did know that without google! Don't ask me anything about cycling though...........
PBPB Posted - 08 Mar 2012 : 11:01:33
quote:
[i]Originally posted by DeeP[/i]
[br]
quote:
[i]Originally posted by PBPB[/i]
[br]You could have let it run for more than 8 minutes!!! and given some one else a chance!... you can have a coconut if you can name the tall ship!... Cheers Ian



As no-one has claimed the coconut I will - it's the Glen Lee, built in Port Glasgow (I think)



If you knew that without the help of Google,Debbie...your nut is in the post!

http://www.thetallship.com/erracms/pages/thetallship.aspx?a=6&z=1

Ian Sim Posted - 08 Mar 2012 : 09:46:30
Further north.

A clue: the far end of a quarry on left and the lower slopes of a hollow mountain on the right.
Steve McGinty Posted - 08 Mar 2012 : 07:43:35
quote:
[i]Originally posted by Ian Sim[/i]
[br]An easy one from Sundays ride.

where



Loch Striven. Hope you had a wee gear...
Ian Sim Posted - 07 Mar 2012 : 22:43:28
quote:
[i]Originally posted by ciclista[/i]
[br][quote][i]Originally posted by Ian Sim[/i]
[br]An easy one from Sundays ride.

Saddle Hill?



West coast rather than east.
DeeP Posted - 07 Mar 2012 : 22:01:18
quote:
[i]Originally posted by PBPB[/i]
[br]You could have let it run for more than 8 minutes!!! and given some one else a chance!... you can have a coconut if you can name the tall ship!... Cheers Ian



As no-one has claimed the coconut I will - it's the Glen Lee, built in Port Glasgow (I think)
ciclista Posted - 07 Mar 2012 : 21:27:30
[quote][i]Originally posted by Ian Sim[/i]
[br]An easy one from Sundays ride.

Saddle Hill?
frenkmcginty Posted - 07 Mar 2012 : 20:29:18
ribble valley?....googlemcginty
Ian Sim Posted - 07 Mar 2012 : 17:06:38
An easy one from Sundays ride.

where
MCoopland Posted - 05 Mar 2012 : 21:17:48
quote:
[i]Originally posted by PBPB[/i]
[br]You could have let it run for more than 8 minutes!!! and given some one else a chance!... you can have a coconut if you can name the tall ship!... Cheers Ian



I have always wanted to name a ship. Where and when and I will bring the champagne......

Martin Coopland

www.crotchguard.co.uk
Crap name - great product!

PBPB Posted - 05 Mar 2012 : 20:12:01
You could have let it run for more than 8 minutes!!! and given some one else a chance!... you can have a coconut if you can name the tall ship!... Cheers Ian
grantus Posted - 05 Mar 2012 : 17:47:27
far too easy! so easy i'm not even going to lower myself by guessing!!!





Oh, go on then, a win's a win - the riverside museum.
PBPB Posted - 05 Mar 2012 : 17:39:32
Yes Grant,I was at Gifford on Saturday, but where did I get to on my bike on Sunday??

I think I've made it too easy this time!! Cheers Ian


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