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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Edderton and Stuie Loop|
|Distance : miles (km)||47.33 (76.17)|
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|Start at edderton go up the b9176 Struie road (if it's open)when you get to the top turn right and carry on past the two view points.
When you get to the bottom turn right towards Edderton again. Go through Edderton and carry on till the roundabout.
Take the first left and go across the Dornoch bridge (warning there can be high winds and heavy traffic on weekdays) carry on turn left towards Spinningdale and go towards Bonar Bridge. Go across the bridge and keep going until you reach Edderton where you started.
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|There is a shop at Bonar Bridge.Two View points on the B9176 Struie road and a standing stone in Edderton.
|posted by:Kieran Robbins||Rating :||difficult :|
|This is an amazing route that i do 4-5 times a week. |
It involves Long flats,long steep hills and intense downhill parts which you can reach speeds of up to 48mph. I would not recommend you do this route in the winter because this year there was about 5-6 foot of snow.
It is brilliant in the summer and I caught a pro cycling team training up on the Struie. The Million Pound cycle for Sport Relief came up here this year. It is a groulling 5 mile stretch uphill and then a super fast a tricky decent.
I would recommend you did this route but if you are doing it for the first time make sure you give your self alot of time.Thanks for reading this and i hope to see you cycling up the B9176 Struie road. If you see me i will be waring a Team Columbia Highroad Jersey and will be riding a Raleigh 501 road bike or a Claud butler Echelon. See you there if you dare.
|posted by:mark cavendish||Rating :||difficult :|
|This route is amazing and tests your ability of climbing.|