First Half-Century

After a quiet day yesterday I headed out to Ians house at 9. I took the long route out which adds nearly 4 miles and 15 minutes to the ride, but it’s a lot nicer than the main road. We then headed out on the usual Chew Valley ride but didn’t stop for tea and cakes. As my legs were still feeling good I rode back to Timsbury with Ian intending to take the usual route home. However the lure of adding a few extra miles on and making it 50 miles was too hard to resist, so I took the scenic route round Bath to add the extra 8 miles needed. Quite a pleasent ride in the end, but my legs ache now.

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5 Responses to First Half-Century

  1. alex says:

    impressive. well done

  2. Simon says:

    No tea and cakes? No wonder your legs hurt Rich :)

  3. matt says:

    No Tea or Cake?!
    You’re not a real bike rider.!

  4. rjw says:

    Ian didn’t have time to stop for tea and cakes :(

  5. Steve says:

    I just had tea and cakes.