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Re: Easier trianing ride at 10-2-7

Postby fredspark » Wed Sep 12, 2018 5:43 pm

Its looking like decent conditions for tomorrow evenings easier training ride but good lights will be required towards the end.
This is the clubs entry level training ride rather than a social ride. the aim is to achieve a smooth chain gang, experienced members will help and encourage those less so, everybody will work hard and take turns at the front.
Please meet up at Broken x for a prompt 10-2-7 start.
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Re: Easier trianing ride at 10-2-7

Postby fredspark » Fri Sep 14, 2018 12:48 pm

Eleven of us had another good chain gang last night, setting of in the fading light at 10_2_7.
Good riding from Dave A who joined us for the first time, Phil K was out after missing a few weeks and gaped everybody on Artist lane where Col Y got a bit further than last week before cracking, the tricks not to go to harder than necessary in the in the preceding 20 miles Col as master of that particular art Fozzie R showed us. Rachel G might have been at the back on Artist Ln but definatley not at the back for the main event, getting stronger by the week was the consensus, keep it up Rachel. Also playing good parts were Steve L, Rich T, Andy R and Ant L who says he's no more holidays planned so we should see him every week now.
It was great for the turnout be in double figures again, lets keep it going into the autumn and winter. We will all have to be on winter bikes soon but so what, feel the benefit next spring. In the meantime I'am sure Jamie and Tom would love a few more on monday nights for the intermediate training ride to keep that going and coming up soon is the Sunday morning training ride. Everybody who has been on the easier training ride over the summer is capable of doing those.
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