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Scotland Mountain Biking: Wild Trails Vol.2 Paperback – 3 Sep 2012
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Phil McKane has been addicted to riding mountain bikes since his fluorescent Emmelle was systematically rattled to pieces beneath him, around 1991. Since then he had dabbled in many aspects of mountain biking, from cross-country racing to wilderness touring. Phil is a Scottish Mountain Bike Leaders Association (SMBLA) qualified trail cycle leader, mountain bike leader and expedition leader and runs Scottish Mountain Bike Guides (www.scottishmountainbikeguides.com), leading mountain bike holidays and skills courses all over the country, from the 7Stanes to the Western Isles.
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All in all a great package, good value and an ideal stocking filler.
However, several of the routes I've tried out have some serious inaccuracies and in at least one case - Kilpatrick Hills - part of the 'route' is virtually unwalkable let alone rideable. I have a sneaky suspicion that some of these routes hadn't been cycled by the authors for quite some time and their memories may have let them down a bit. In mitigation it is the case that forestry work and wind farm construction etc can have an impact on some routes.
But I'll never forgive them for the error on the Harris ride, as mentioned by others - the map and description - both take you around the best bit of singletrack on the island! Its a miserable and in some cases quite dangerous (in cycling shoes) detour that lands you at the bottom of the singletrack pictured opposite the ride description.
Supplement the book with a GPS if you can!