Monthly Archives: December 2017

Saturday 23rd December (2)

‘Twas the ride before Christmas, And the wind was quite wild, All over Ross-shire And on the Black Isle. At the Maryburgh roundabout Five hardy souls met, No holiday slacking For these cyclists yet. Katrina was wearing Some nice festive gear – We went up the Leanaig With a cycling reindeer. With Ken and Mary…
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Saturday 23rd December (1)

Give me shelter... Good shout mate, think I'll do the same. Is what I should have said... When a double ironman (and ex minicab driver on the mean streets of Chorley) says the crosswinds are making cycling too dangerous, and he's doing a turbo session instead, smart people take notice. However, having swapped cycling for…
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Saturday 2nd December 2017

December and the temperature had risen overnight so fewer layers were required than on Wednesday’s ride. Only 5 at the roundabout! (Steve, Al, Ken, Keith H and me). But Keith had news to report – Pilot John had punctured in Maryburgh. Nobody else turned up so we went in search of John who told us…
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