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  • Smee
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    We are going to my mothers today. I have been given the option of cycling there 60 odd miles or so. Now herein lies the problem – do i take the quiet A & B road option or do I go for the unclassified road option and hope that it isn’t snowed or iced up?

    MrNutt
    Member

    take the DH bike and do the snowy route? it’ll be an ardous nightmarish slog but by the time you get in to the warm you’ll be so exhausted you won’t know if you loved the experience or hated it, as the memory of tearing the skin from your body on frozen iron roads fades you’ll look back on the experience with fondness and then, one day, you’ll be a man my son.

    Premier Icon ton
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    always travel the lesser travelled route…

    Having crashed on ice last week on a small back lane I’d probably opt for the quiet A/B route.

    Premier Icon ton
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    Smee
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    I have just remembered that the less travelled option would let me have a tea stop with some tibetan monks. Beat that for a cafe stop. 😀

    Premier Icon njee20
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    Quiet A and B roads, if you’d said ‘busy A & B’ or quiet lanes, it may be different, but I’d stick to the main roads.

    Smee
    Member

    Poxy **** puncture, then ripped the vavle off the spare tube. Disco slippers are shite for walking in.

    You only carry one spare tube? Madness.

    Smee
    Member

    sdb – first time in five thousand miles or so that i’ve had a puncture.

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