Neil Greentree continues his Scottish test of the Swift Basecamp

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Day 2 includes mountain biking and extreme mountain running on the agenda

Neil Greentree continues his Scottish test of the Swift Basecamp

Day 2 includes mountain biking and extreme mountain running on the agenda
Day 2 includes mountain biking and extreme mountain running on the agenda

Friday, 17, Mar 2017 08:03

by Daniel Cartwright

In the second part of our Basecamp challenge, Neil Greentree, his son Ben and of course the Swift Basecamp catch up with the crew in the Scottish wilderness.

Part one saw Neil and son drive 250 miles to Avimore (check it out on the link if you haven't seen it) and left them that evening to get some well deserved rest.

Day two promises to be even more active with mountain biking and extreme mountain running on the agenda. Let's find out how the Swift Basecamp and its occupants held up in Scotland in mid-winter!

Final word - let us know who's the hero? Neil or the Basecamp...

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