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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Clydebank to Loch Lomond|
|Distance : miles (km)||22.38 (36.02)|
|Posted By||C Conroy|
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|Not the most difficult of routes but a mix of both cycle path and road cycling for all to enjoy.|
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|At Bowling there's a great little bike shop with friendly staff. If your tyre is going flat but isn't burst, buy a drink and he's usually more than happy to fill you up!
|Cycling Clubs located in this region|
|Belles on Bikes|
|Glasgow Bike Club|
|Glasgow Greens CC|
|Glasgow Road Cycling Meetup|
|Mountain Bike Glasgow Meetup|
|posted by:Douglas Beattie||Rating :||difficult :|
|A good cycle run. A fairly easy and straight forward cycle with no traffic, well sign posted NCS route 7 and clear flat cycle paths. |
On at Dumbarton town centre do you maybe come of the path for a slight bit but soon rejoin it.
I started at the Lock27 Pub (Anniesland) and finished at the Shores of Loch Lomond and it took me 2 hours maximum. I then cut over to Drymen about another 10 miles on good small traffic free roads.
I thought i d then come back via Bearsden/Milngavie, which was ok as I hit the A811 (the stockiemuir road!!) which wasn t ideal, alot of traffic! and very hilly/steep climbs!!
Eventually got to Milngavie, and got a train back to Anniesland
All in all very good, but would just avoid the stockiemuir A road.