Thanks for the info Phil.
Yes, I don't think I'll be ready for a Kidderminster Killer again just yet but I'm hoping to do the B run a week on Sunday
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Hi all. Quick question. I've been away from club runs for nearly 2 years due to a serious knee injury. I'm trying to build up my fitness for joining a run again in June and was planning on cycling around Clent this weekend. The last time I tried to cut through via Putney Lane it was closed due to bu...
- 17 Oct 2017 10:27
- Forum: Cafe Stop
- Topic: Memorial ride and vigil on Monday from UoB
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I thought it was very well done and there was a much bigger turnout than I expected. I didn't know the victim either but since I dislocated my knee-cap in July and am cycling at half capacity until an operation next month, it's made me realise how vulnerable you are on the roads - especially when cy...
With the weather not looking great for sunday i'm going to change the destination for the B run to Speckled hen cafe Honeybourne https://ridewithgps.com/routes/13805192 60 miles pan flat.(Still no hugging at the start!!) :cry: Sounds like a good idea Paul after the last time to Chipping Campden. Ne...
Thanks to everybody for hanging around when my chain snapped and especially the guy (sorry I didn't get your name) who got the chain into enough of a working order so that I could get back to Brum. Really appreciate it and I owe you lunch at the next ride I see you
Good luck Dave with all of the work that you do. I commute every day into work and have always cycled along busy A roads to get there and feel pretty safe. Proper segregation is the key, however, to get the masses cycling but when I hear our Council leader expressing concerns that reducing Ridgeacre...