I'm a little concerned at the lack of smileys in your post.Backache said:Still I saw folks in a worse condition than me do the pedal Scotland and thats longer so I guess I will get round witha bit of walking on the hills.
I guess you don't have the prevailing wind all the way in the Bealach.snorri said:I'm a little concerned at the lack of smileys in your post.
Your comparison of Bealach Beag and P for S is in jest I trust.:?:
I'm impressed, the only spare gears I have on the Bealach is my feet. I am hopeless at hills and have ended up walking the top bit.Rip Van said:On the Bealach itself, I had to use my "spare gears" for relatively long periods into a headwind I thought was going to be behind me on the way up the pass.
Indeed. I cycled on Skye only once and found it really hard going. As it's just across the water I assumed that it would be similar in terrain. There's nothing more energy sapping than switch backs.Rip Van said:.......and so they should......