A ride through the clouds
Nice. The Cutty Sark is such a cool venue now they’ve redone (saved) it.
looks great weather wise and a good spot to just putz around.
That’s cool. It looks very much like Stambermill but I don’t think that is as big as yours.
Thanks! It’s the Welland Valley Viaduct just outside Harringworth and south of Rutland Water.
Impressive structure completed in 1878. 82 arches no less with 30 million bricks apparently…
A couple of pics from a quick ride this morning. Family holiday on Mallorca - not a biking trip but I managed to pick up a rental and squeeze a ride in with the morning light.
The final shot shows the laser-eyeds that were roaming the hill. One of them was eye to eye with me and about 2 feet away when I looked up. Scared the **** out of me!
Haven’t competitively ridden for years, think I finished up around a decade ago! Found this old one from 2007, was an inner city criterium that other than that I can’t remember a whole lot about
One fast ride on the Basso Palta, was a truly delightful morning, gorgeous temperature and sun with the only one “failure” being the fact that every single good view was into the sun…
Then the second.
We got a new dog on Thursday of last week. The dog in the trailer is 12 years old and has been with us since pup. Last week we picked up Coby, the little lad in the Buddy-rider up top, a 2-year old rescue, so we’ve been having a good few days of adventure and introducing him to the outside world (he’d been shut in a kitchen for his life up to now).
Thanks. Are you everesting crew?
Not … yet. Hoping to make it one day.
Its a very hard challenge but with some training and finding a manageable pace and not forgetting proper nutrition any medium cyclist can do it. There’s no time limit so the pace and resting pauses are up to each one. Just no sleep is alowed.