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  2. Come on Seniors don’t be shy let’s here about your run please?πŸ€”πŸ‘πŸ™πŸš²
  3. When Chris Kent said Chris Pardoe was a pusher ... I thought no wonder he can afford a Pinnerello with ceramic hubs !!!! But then he explained that he had helped Jack on the way back . Well it was an easy mistake to make wasn't it.
  4. Many thanks for Chris’s kindness & efforts in pushing Jack for which he was most grateful & doubted whether he would have got back without !πŸ™πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸš²πŸ‘πŸΆπŸΆ Great days outing with top-drawer company on roads that we don’t see enough of!
  5. Managed to catch up with the gang at the cafe. Always nice to sit out there over looking the lake. A few pics of the crew feeding. The view over the lake. Now for the ride back around The Bredon, Great now the weather's warmed a bit, Good day good company. Hope Jack's recovered from his efforts and his bum isn't to sore tomorrow,
  6. There was a good crowd at Tardebigge today, we all started off together, but went different ways at Priest’s Bridge. Our gang went on to Bredon’s Hardwick, where we met Alan, Chris and Kevin. The cafe there is not the best one in the world, but there is a nice view, and we were sat in the sun. Nice to see Jack Kent out today. And today’s riders :- Moira B. Roger B. John S. Leigh F. Chris K. Jack K. Kevin Y. Alan P. Chris P. 🚲
  7. Last week
  8. Nice to actually see you in some photos Chris despite nearly having your camera out in most of them . Well done to you both .
  9. Chris do you mean me?see you all tomorrow
  10. Looking forward to seeing you all in the morning with the young pretenderπŸ‘πŸš²πŸ‘πŸ™πŸ˜ŸπŸΆ
  11. My but you were on the ball early Mr Shelley sir. Hope to see every one out at 9.30am .
  12. Should be dry in the morning, so let’s go to Bredon’s Hardwick. 9:30 Tardebigge. πŸš΄β€β™€οΈπŸš΄πŸ½
  13. Up early to meet Tess at 7 o'clock and ride into Birmingham for an 8 o'clock start. It was true 17 thousand riders on the road. Having popped to the Loo came out to find two other Saracen members ready for the days trip. Richard Keyte and Olly. Tess waiting patiently for the of. With so many riders an accident causes a big hold up. Unfortunately as been reported this was where one of our fellow Cyclists lost his life. Hold up cleared and we moved on heading for Coventry. We manage to latch onto a group of fast moving riders from Droitwich and stormed into Coventry centre. Had trouble getting the camera out and only managed to take a few pics before chasing to get back on. We decided to miss out most of the stops as they were so crowded. But went into the food stop at Packwood House after 65 miles for a bite to eat and a rest in the sunshine. As you can see it was very busy. A few shots on route with group shouting us on. Climbing upto the Lickeys on the right hand side of the road before turning down Leach Green Lane. For those in need a Loo stop on the left. Now on our way back to town. The finishing line in sight. Queuing up for Medal and a well earned drink. A great day out on closed roads in good company. A well earned pint in the nearest pub to end the day.
  14. The Velo started on Saturday morning with All riders who had entered registering on the morning to collect numbers, timing chips and goody bags prior to Sundays erly morning start. As you can see it was quiet to start but must have been busy later to get all the riders registered for Sunday. Ribbles new electric bike. For any one keen a ride up north.
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  16. Well it was like this for the Seniors & Moira in the absence of any β€˜B’s:- Ivor, Ken, Pete, Barry, Leigh, Moira & I + guest Doug Pinkerton headed off to Bewdley via Wychbold, Cutnall Green & Stourport where Ivor & Doug departed for a shorter outing. As they turned short Brian Taylor(82 this year) M. C.& A.C. joined our depleted number The Riverside Cafe’ was busy as would be expected on such a glorious day! A pleasant return via Stourport, Hartlebury & Rushock topped off a splendid incident-free outing! πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜ƒπŸ‘πŸ™πŸš²πŸ‘
  17. Cometh the hour cometh the man . When all around were saying where where where a knight on a shining charger (Colnago) bravely took the lead and with a commanding shout of Bewdley lead us all into the fray . A pleasant day out . Thanks to all . Two out of towners joined us Dougie Pinkerton and Brian Taylor to swell the band of happy souls.
  18. And me have been away for the last 11 days so need a steady ride x
  19. Seniors I will be at Tardebigge 9.30
  20. 9-30am at Tardebigge destination to be agreed
  21. Hope you both had a great day .
  22. I will not be out this Sunday, so could someone please take over for this week. πŸ€žπŸ‘
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