Muddy, cold but sunny. I am happy.
Muddy, cold but sunny. I am happy.
Nice one, Me Too
Jolly good here in Surrey. Still lots of water, still lots of mud but NO GREY SKIES AT ALL! What a lovely thing it is, to be out and about in the sun for once.
Stayed on the tarmac today but it was great to be out in the sunshine - even if it was blowing a gale!
Sunny 50m+ road ride through Kent and Surrey here.
First spring ride of the year
Really soggy and muddy in Sussex but still great to be out under a blue sky!
It made a nice change today - soaking wet under foot/tyre, but here's the sky this morning. It's blue!
Yes it was a good day for a ride
Braved the bogs over holcombe. Was well worth it.
Chapel gate, Jacobs ladder loop in peak. Cracking ride and relatively dry. And sunny!
I was going to start the same thread!
Perfect weather for riding, far too muddy here in Huddersfield. A few photos to come when I've looked up how to upload!
So, I'm the only one who got soaked to the skin and freezing poxy cold then
64 mile road ride here today, sun shone the whole time.
Well, most of it was a road ride. A couple of sections* were through the River Trent. And eventually we reached a section where not only could we not see the white line in the middle of the road through the water but we couldn't see where the tarmac resurfaced, so we turned round and went a different way.
*Between the John Thompson pub and Swarkestone Bridge
114km in glorious sunshine this afternoon, almost felt spring like (if I ignored the strong wind). First ride in a week due to illness, was good to be out again
At home, lots of reasons why I couldn't go out, really miserable / down today
2 hours on the road, a bit windy and cool in the shade/wind but nice to be out.
Chilly wind and lots of standing water here (and a wee bit of snow) but yeah, blue sky! Sunshine! And a ride that doesn't finish in the dark!
lots of standing water here
And down south too, it's going to be around for a while yet! :-/
SO good to see/feel some sun though!!
39 mile road ride upto Preston Docks, had a puncture and realised I'd only one spare tube with me so fixed it and had to nip to Halfords to get another just in case.
Good to get some mileage under the belt and not just a quick 15 miler.
Only 18 miles in 3 hours, but great fun slithering sideways for every one of those 18! My thighs are burning now
Some lovely views across Salisbury from the ridges too.
Took bloody ages to get all the mud off the bike and my boots after!
Windy/Sunny ride up Inners today. Very tough going after the Minch Moor climb short cut due to the snow. It wasn't that deep, just for some reason very hard to keep the bike going in a straight line. Even the descent was bloody hard work.
Wet under tyre and foot,bit muddy and cold but sunny both Saturday and Sunday so felt had to go out both days
Hmmmmmm, whereabouts is that then, Number 18?
We managed a tough 85 miles from Hudds to Selby and back this morning. Cruising at over 30 mph on several occasions on the way out - block headwind for 45 miles on the way back. Would have been an almost perfect February day for riding if the wind wasn't blowing so strong.
It's between Kirkburton and New Mill, close to Stocksmoor and Thunderbridge.
You can ride across it and up the other side when it's dry, no chance today!
Lovely weather for a road ride this evening to shake off the dregs of my hangover
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