With the weather being windy and uncertain at 5:45am when we had to get going if we were going, we decided to bail again on the training ride.
We sat outside for a while around 6am looking at the wind bending the trees and looked at radar on our phones. The 20 was not worth driving that far for, and if we did the 41, we were afraid there would not be many other riders (or skaters) at our pace doing that distance.
Not wanting to be a hassle, and not wanting to face strong winds, especially if the event were not well attended, we excused ourselves (after conferring with some mates on it).
So I got an email from Sparky of the Tater Rides about some video of a rider. The video seems indie movie and I usually love that but I almost stopped it. Wow am I glad I watched.
55° 57' 0.6336" N, 3° 11' 15.1296" W
Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye
57° 26' 12.2172" N, 6° 34' 29.8308" W