Tried this commuting lark today.

Discussion in 'Commuting' started by MichaelM, 20 Sep 2007.

  1. MichaelM

    MichaelM Guru

    Timetable only makes it possible once a week, - so this morning was 35 miles there 2hrs 10 (Kinross to Dundee). The section from Newburgh to Wormit was stunning. Took 3 hrs into the wind coming home - needed a bakery stop for fuel (coffee and rhubarb slice).

    Have to admit, I think I'd prefer to be able to get a lift back. Panniers on the fixed made for heavy going.

    An enjoyable day, not going to get much (any) studying done tonight now -
    going to go and buy a bottle of red for the Rugby instead :blush:
  2. ash68

    ash68 New Member

    that's certainly some commute there Michael.Don't think I'd want to go that far too often just to get to work.Definitly not on a fixed.Think you deserve that bottle of vino tonight, good effort mate:becool:
  3. Well done Michael, thats quite a commute
  4. purpleR

    purpleR Veteran

    Kinross to Dundee? You nutter! In the nicest possible way ;-)
  5. ChrisW

    ChrisW Senior Member

    Just one bottle?
  6. trio25

    trio25 Über Member

    Wow, that really is a commute.

    So how long till you are doing it everyday? ;-)
  7. Johnny Thin

    Johnny Thin New Member

    Impressive effort - how hilly is that? I used to do Stourbridge to Banbury occasionally on 'bent, 55 miles, fastest was 3hrs 5, but that's reasonably flat until Stratford. Trouble is you leave home at 7am and get back at 11pm, I was working at home a lot at the time.
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