I'll be visiting family in Scotland this February. Flying into Edinburgh, and then driving up to Blairgowerie to visit my granny.
What are trail conditions like that time of year? Is anything rideable, or is it too wet?
I've ridden Glentress and it looked like it does ok in the wet (last time I was in the UK was July 2007, which had to be wettest summer in a while). I can def. manage a day down there, since it's close to the city.
What's available in Perthshire or surrounding areas? Not sure I'll have time to venture too far north (Aviemore - will it be under snow anyway?) or west, but maybe if there's one set of trails that's more likely open than others. Riding within a few hours of Edinburgh and Perthshire also means I can stay with family and save some money.
I'll be renting a car to get around. And renting a bike where I ride - probably only have time for a day or two riding, so not worth boxing/shipping from the States.
Or, if sticking to pavement is better this time of year, that's fine too, just say the word.
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