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SE London "club" run on Sunday?

Butterd2Butterd2 Posts: 937
edited April 2011 in Commuting chat
Having been away for a couple of weeks and signing up yesterday for the Pearson 150km on May 22nd I feel the need to get some miles in this weekend.

I'm looking to go out Sunday morning down into Kent for something in the 50-60 mile range if anyone fancies coming along?
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  • stuaffstuaff Posts: 1,735
    Have a look over on CC, there's a regular Sunday ride out of the smoke. Also a run to Cambridge (and back if you're so inclined) on the 7th, which I'm planning to do, sure you'd be very welcome. A few peeps you might remember from the FNRttC on one or both.

    I might be doing the IOW Randonnee on Sunday (ideal climbing practice), but it looks a touch blowy!
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  • Butterd2Butterd2 Posts: 937
    stuaff wrote:
    Have a look over on CC, there's a regular Sunday ride out of the smoke. Also a run to Cambridge (and back if you're so inclined) on the 7th, which I'm planning to do, sure you'd be very welcome. A few peeps you might remember from the FNRttC on one or both.

    I might be doing the IOW Randonnee on Sunday (ideal climbing practice), but it looks a touch blowy!

    I will take a look cheers.

    On the subject of a touch blowy, I rode Red Rock Canyon in Nevada a couple of weeks ago, the first half was a pretty shallow gradient (almost a false flat) into such a headwind I was grinding away in 2nd gear doing no more than 6-8 mph. The way home we free wheeled for mile after mile at 40mph on what appeared to be a flat road - a really bizarre experience!
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