A selection of ride reports from today's four clubruns.
Steve Ferry writes:
Fred Hale led a ride to a Café that was new to me, The Flower Pot Cafe in Long Crendon. Good coffee and good cakes, which looked home made. The ride kept together on the way out and split up on the way back. I ended up in a group of four doing a chain gang through Christmas Common , Nettlebed and Sonning Common home.
Legs hurt and my computer shows 123km. Good day.
Mark Lyford writes: Market Place cold and foggy – typical October weather, couple of hours later sat outside sipping coffee in sun not so typical!
12 of us set off towards new destination – Pasha Deli Cafe in Chobham. Leaders usually don’t head this way as ‘the roads are too busy’. We’ll our outward route was certainly low traffic! Included in our group were a couple of new riders from Reading University – being hopeless with names I can only remember one of them and that is only because he was named Mark!
Reports from the varied Sunday rides. We're running out of adjectives to describe intended clubrun speeds, it appears, but oldies and newbies alike had a good morning.
John Wann reports: Easter Sunday saw the completion of the Reading CC Torture 40. An event keenly welcomed by Wiggle and AW cycles as a boost to their sales of inner-tubes.