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Nethybridge-Loch Morlich, Scotland.

A cracking day from start to finish. The morning began with a haggis throwing competition with 40 competitors. Stuzzer won the event and a bottle of Vodka with a spectacular throw landing 3 yards beyond the next best attempt.

Date: Saturday 5th August 2000.

Total Distance: 26.2 miles.
Time Taken: 3 hrs 55 mins.
Time On Move: 2 hrs 33 mins.
Time stationary: 1 hr 22 mins.
Maximum speed: 29 mph.
Average speed: 10.2 mph.
Accumulative climbs: 1,283 feet.

Other Stats & Information about this trail:

Trail started: 11:05
Trail completed: 15:00
Average time per mile: 9 mins.
Average height gain per mile: 49 feet.

Weather: Mainly dry with a light wind & some drizzle in the afternoon. A warm day with a max temp of 26 C.

Resting point: Loch Morlich.

Injuries: 1. Ian Worrall with some scratches. 2. John Metcalfe with numerous cuts to face & body.

Mishaps: 1. Ian Worrall with an awkward fall. 2. Adam Holberry with a fall caused by John Metcalfe. 3. John Metcalfe with a spectacular head over heels fall.

Participants’ Ratings:
Difficulty: 8/10
Enjoyment: 10/10

Trail Comments:

The ride was superb with an absolutely brilliant descent on the homeward section. After the ride some went sailing in Loch Morlich and the rest of us spent the day in Aviemore. The evening do was hilarious and included a drinking game which eventually caused Dick Thorpe some concern. The dreaded golf ball almost ruined his night but he was apparently saved by Thermo Man. Craig Cullingworth had a confrontation with Manchester Utd Man and Graeme Mac could not find his room! To cap it all, poor old Stuzz swollowed his false nasher!


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3. B.Brayshaw
4. C.Cullingworth
5. M.Holberry
6. A.Holberry
7. G.Macdonald
8. R.Sanderson-Cockerill
9. I.Worral
10. J.Metcalfe
11. J.Moore
12. James Clovis
13. J.Rowe
14. K.Stoneley
15. D.Thorp
16. Peter Hodgson

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