Taking on the headwind.Today we knew we were in for some strong winds. Not that you could compare it with the Dutch Headwind Cycling Championships held in Oosterhelekering, where these guys wait for a forecast of a storm rolling in, then race. We were, though, looking at the lull between two strong fronts to fit in a…See More
"Sad I missed Saturdays fun. I have been nursing a head cold so decided to stay in the warm. Looked like all had a great morning out. With the right gear winter is not all that bad. Well done 007 AKA Peter Bond on a great milestone. Love riding…"
"Was a top morning for a ride. Weather warmed up nicely. Great read as usual Paul.
Great news on the ride posting roll. The "Sherriff" AKA Simon has put up his hand to take a turn with this roll. Looking forward to Simon doing a top job as…"
Testing out the winter kit. Again it was cold, and while we went through our safety brief, it just seeped in, and everyone was keen to get on the road and warm up. It was a good turn-up again, with 26 keen for a ride. It is vital though to keep safety front of mind so everyone listened carefully while a number of people…See More
Brrrr!It’s winter and time to get our all the winter kit, which is what everyone did. The temperature was hovering near zero when everyone started rolling in to Lyndoch for today’s ride. In the end we had 23 riders out braving the cold temps.…See More
"Great report Paul.
Looks like all 3 rides experienced thick fog. Good lights are the key but being mindful to ride to the conditions. Not ideal when visibility is 30mts at it's best. Good to see all groups were mindful and rode as far left as…"
Pea soup fog. It’s quite surreal riding in fog. It’s all a grey white, fairly damp and cold, your viability is low and it’s eerily silent as the birds aren’t quite up and about yet. It’s also the time to be ultra-cautious, as although you have your lights on, visibility for the motorists is down a fair way, so you need…See More