I emailed the organisers a couple of weeks ago asking if recumbents were OK. No reply. This week the ride was getting closer so I downloaded the route information and the rules and regs. In the rules and regs it became clear that recumbents are only allowed to enter the 45k ride. So that’s what I did.Continue reading “Week #46. 2018. Sally’s Ride”
The Cycle365 website hosts a variety of cycle related Challenges. So at the moment I am tackling my personal challenge of riding 5,200 kilometers by 31st December as well as Coffeeneuring and the November “Do something for your Community” challenge. Luckily they sort of slot together by completing multi-purpose rides!
I decided a trip to Four Springs Lake was needed and, if I linked that with a visit to a new Cafe in Westbury, the trip would cover the weekly Coffeeneuring requirements too.
Sadly, some people dump rubbish by the roadside. The council’s are doing more to clean up and I do a little by picking up bottles to prevent glass from being spread about. I just wish the minority who dump would think before they throw.
The picture is of (right to left) Ken, Diane, Sue and myself before the start of the Tweed Ride last Sunday. Now, on to this week.
Quite a good cycling week. The end result is the kilometre count is back over 100k, the brakes on the trike are fixed and the cucumber sandwiches and G & T’s were enjoyed in the sun after the Tweed Ride.
I am starting to feel more confident riding longer distances on the Anura and so I thought I would give the above loop a go as it adds more hills to the mix.