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    New question here. Scotland: CX or HT?

    I'll be based in Stirling for a month next summer and will likely bring a bike along... Question is whether to bring my cyclocross bike or my hardtail. I'm biased toward CX as I can always hire a ride centre-worthy rig when I visit one of the those spots. What's your experience?

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    No experience but it seems that the area would offer a plenty of use for either
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    And a CX bike would probably be more efficient for exploring the countryside along more "civilized" routes.

    Perhaps natives ( ) will chime in too.

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