Ride Across Britain Day 7: An awe inspiring day in the saddle

We are more than 700 miles in but things keep getting better.

Saturday, 17th September 2016, 9:07 pm
Updated Tuesday, 4th October 2016, 2:09 pm
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.

Day seven of the Deloitte Ride Across Britain challenge was by far the most scenic.

It was a challenging 127 mile ride from Hamilton racecourse to Fort William, in the shadow of Ben Nevis.

We climbed the Campsie Fells, Glen Ogle and the famous Glen Coe pass for an awe inspiring day in the saddle.

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Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.

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Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.
Some of the beautiful scenes on day 7 of my ride across Britain.