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Cool! I hope to God it happens.
 

domtyler

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Nice link:

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laurence said:
And is the sky going to be clear of clouds, or clouds of midges? ;)

Good luck, Scotland. If the weather is good, it would be a memorable experience for the riders.

What would make a good route? 100 miles isn't too far. I always liked the scenery out towards the Kyle of Lochalsh, or down through the Spey Valley, or around Loch Ness or Loch Lomond.
 
how about the Etape Caledonia route?
 
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Dayvo said:
And is the sky going to be clear of clouds, or clouds of midges? ;)

Good luck, Scotland. If the weather is good, it would be a memorable experience for the riders.

What would make a good route? 100 miles isn't too far. I always liked the scenery out towards the Kyle of Lochalsh, or down through the Spey Valley, or around Loch Ness or Loch Lomond.
They'll want it to look good on the telly so I'd vote for the prologue round Edinburgh city centre and stage one starting from Stirling and ending on Clydeside via the Trossachs and Loch Lomond.

I'm afraid the clouds are a permanent fixture though.
 
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QuickDraw

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laurence said:
along princes street... up the mound... past the castle... that kind of thing would look great. or maybe around Holyrood.

the cobbles will be fun!
That's exactly what I was thinking. Sun shining on the castle and glinting off the WET cobbles - now that sounds like good telly.
 

HJ

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Auld Reekie
domtyler said:
Nice link:

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You think the web site as bad, the paper is worse, 10 years ago it was a great paper, but it has gone into a steep decline in recent year.

laurence said:
By 2011 global warming with have Scotland as sunny as the South of France...

QuickDraw said:
They'll want it to look good on the telly so I'd vote for the prologue round Edinburgh city centre and stage one starting from Stirling and ending on Clydeside via the Trossachs and Loch Lomond./QUOTE]

Send them up the Bealach-na-Ba that would give them a nice wee warm up...

QuickDraw said:
I'm afraid the clouds are a permanent fixture though.
You really should try getting out of Glasgow more often....
 
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