Dodges Ferry/Carlton saw cyclists here, there, and everywhere today. Much strava talk took place, and I suspect a couple of participants might have gone home to plan some record attempts.
Every day is "Thursday" in Dodges Ferry
It appears to be more than a rumour that the Mighty DFBTR Dictator Paul B, may be temporarily 'off line' in the short term. I hope I speak for all who have witnessed his might deeds, when I wish him a speedy return to velo-awesomeness (if I can get this, my first post, to work).
Where is the "LIKE" button on BNA?
A depleted field for the DFBTR this week, particularly with the absence of Dictator Paul B. Nevertheless, a sunny, dry, cool, windless morning in Dodges, was way too good to waste. A straightforward ride to Primrose Sands, and return via Sugarloaf saw the peloton set a pretty languid pace. Pretty uneventful. One honk from a motorist - Friend? Foe? Dunno! The usual serenity at the Bakery upon completion of 50 kms. - Andrew T. P.S. Apologies to Paul A, whom I contacted prior to the ride, to inform him of my certain non attendance for the ride. I didn't anticipate that I would be able to bribe my wife. $1.00 per km, pretty good value. To the rest; too bad. If I have to put up with me, so can you.
Thanks for the thought guys. Yep, will be out of action as I undergo a year long drug programme that may ... or may not result in restoration to good health. Hopefully once I settle into treatment I will be able to enjoy some short easy rides.
DFBTR was had at an ideal temperature this morning.........the temperature at which one might find champagne enjoyable
A mid ride break for coffee was had at the Sorell Mens Shed. Did you know that you can have endless coffee four days per week for $2 per week.
Note that I did not use the words "good" and "coffee" in the same sentence .
Oh for a real cappuccino machine
..............and then the ride continued....................to.....................Dodges Ferry of course
Oh the shemozzle that is DFBTR
Today "T" stood for "Tuesday", and off we went
7.30am was cool , not as in "cool baby", more as in "coold sport"!
Ah,well, the ride home was nicely warm.
A fine day in the east for DFBTR this morning. I started alone, but was overhauled by 3 latecomers heading up Scenic Drive. The pace was comfortable , and the company polite. That should be a warning sign
Coffee at the Halfway House, a good debate, and homeward bound. The sprint onto Iron creek was a beauty, with Redheeler taking the honours
Must have been laced coffee, as the victorious heeler seemed to be heading in the opposite direction to the second placegetter.............
Oh.............how the DFBTR grabs the imagination
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