Hope those who made it had fun..... I am about to hit the road down south.
Will keep ears peeled for a MTB ride. My main MTB buddy has moved further afield and I should be making some new like minded accquaintances.
All manner of half finished projects and a bit of randonneuring
I used to be tech-savvy. Now I'm just tech-weary.
Yeah, thanks for the ride guys. Nice cruisy pace and friendly company.
We only had three forum members, but Nathan managed to bring a couple of mates to boost the numbers.
I'll look through my calendar and see when I have a Saturday morning free for a MTB ride. Anyone is free to give me a yell if they want to ride during the week - I'm normally pretty flexible during working hours (only one car at the moment though, which is clipping my wings somewhat.)
I am sorry I didn't make it and thanks Graeme for the wake up call . I had to make a late decision yesterday to waste my day in the office
The joys of semester starting in a week and being unprepared
I am glad it was a good ride but.
Proudly "a bleeding heart with too much spare time on his hands"
A ear/throat infection is killing me, otherwise I was prepared to set out this morning. Superb riding weather adds to the disappointment.
Axles A Randonee O Noodle.
"Doc, just tell me straight ... am I going to die?"
You must be a UWA Academic! Try writing to the chancellor and requesting uni go back in March. You'd have my support!
Did anyone get into trouble with the better halves for this morning's ride?
I must have gone to wrong spot in morning, was opposite toilet block south end of Narrows, approached a couple of groups but obviously not the right one. Ended up going for a similar ride with a small group of 3 and then joined in on a large group half way into ride. Riding in large groups is different, have to concentrate heaps more but it was really enjoyable. Learnt my first big lesson today, when the peleton splits dont be the one leading the second group to try catch the first, knackered in no time and no closer to group in front
Hope to catch up for ride in the future
Ah well, next time wce. Good lesson to learn, too!
The first post in this thread definitely says "under the bridge" - I even underlined it.
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