Cycling World Magazine July 2017 - Page 104

104 | Cycling World Windy Trails on the Island of Islay Written by Brian Palmer, The Washing Machine Post Situated ust north of the rish coast, slay is the southern-most island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. While small, it is perfectly formed for cycling, particularly if you are looking for a challenge. Although it is made up of relatively at rural land, it does feature some pleasant rises and falls, but what is most evident is an especially charismatic breeze on the coast that will give you a little bit of resistance on your journey. Oh, and watch out for roaming farm animals!