Originally Posted by Irishrover63
I have enjoyed your pics and narration, been on most of the routes you have done and always meant to do a report like yours, but I find the scenery and riding so enjoyable I don't want to stop. I might just try one on my next outing.
Here's a wee link to a vid I made recently heading to Aberfoyle via Thornhill, Lake of Menteith, Dukes pass, Callendar, Doune, then back home to Bonnybridge.
The quality could be better. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WnjnIMiRyk
Good luck with the bike test.
Nice video. Wouldn't mind seeing some more of that kind of thing.
Stopping is definitely the hard part. I usually decide where I'm going to stop for photographs before I even leave the house so that I'm heading to a destination rather than interrupting my ride. If I do see a good spot I'll often continue on and turn round further up and go back so I get the best of both worlds.
Thanks for the good luck. I'll need it, as my slow control is awful.