Solo bikes, tandems, and trandems shelter from heavy Hebridean traffic (Rousse)

The Isle of Harris was now such a popular holiday destination that hundreds of cars and camper vans surged through Tarbert and up into the hills whenever the CalMac ferry docked. The traffic was so heavy that all cyclists knew to step off the road and wait in the ditch whenever a new wave of vehicles hit the single track road.

On this occasion, I was at the top of the Clisham where many other cyclists had gathered. This gave me an opportunity to ask the age of a pair of elderly tandem riders, and admire a yellow, electric, trandem.

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