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    Scotland, Moonlander & ice cream

    NE Scotland & the best 2 hrs of evening riding I have had this year

    Hope you enjoy as much as I did















































    Looking East....empty



    Looking West...also empty *









    Top ride finished with noms! *:
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    Scotland, Moonlander & ice cream

    Place looks amazing great pics and how was the homemade ice cream?

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    Nice, but you need more ice cream photos.
    Riding Fat and still just as fast as I never was.

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    Ice cream rules! Nice pics too
    Riding.....

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    Thanks for sharing. How long did it take to break in the Brooks saddle? Been considering one..
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    Looks like a wonderful area for a Moonlander! Great pics!

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    fantastic pics and nice place to ride by the looks Ice cream is always good mmmmmmmm

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    I scream......

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    Quote Originally Posted by fat_tires_are_fun View Post
    Thanks for sharing. How long did it take to break in the Brooks saddle? Been considering one..
    Don't have one on my Pug, but have one on my cross bike (which is ridden daily as a commuter) and it was comfy from day one. After about 500 miles it really felt nice and supple. 15,000 later and it will never leave my bike.

    I just can't justify it for the fat bike, which sees much nastier conditions than my cross bike with fenders and all.

    To the OP: That place looks like heaven.
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    Top notch. Looks like a great place!

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    So nice.

    I like how you break with the script and end with ice cream instead of scotch.

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