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Only 1 week now to this year’s edition of the Dave J memorial ride. Extended welcome as always to members, family and friends. Please confirm interest via the following forum post.

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TOPIC: Middle Group Saturday 27th October 10am

Middle Group Saturday 27th October 10am 28 Oct 2018 21:37 #14541

  • Allan Phillips
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Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed yourselves - I certainly did, and the sunny weather definitely helped.

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Middle Group Saturday 27th October 10am 28 Oct 2018 21:13 #14540

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A most enjoyable outing, fine route thanks
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Middle Group Saturday 27th October 10am 27 Oct 2018 16:30 #14539

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Great route today Allan, good plan to hit Sherrifmuir first ot warm us all up ha
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Middle Group Saturday 27th October 10am 25 Oct 2018 18:05 #14530

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The wind's coming from the North, so that's the direction we'll go.

My planned route is: Dunblane, Sheriffmuir, Gleneagles, Crieff, Comrie, Braco and back to Corrieries. 58 miles of cycling pleasure. Full details here:
ridewithgps.com/routes/28837023

It's forecast to be cold but dry, so make sure you're well wrapped up, and bring everything you need to fix a puncture.

We'll go at a nice steady middle group pace that's comfortable for everyone, and if that's more like 15mph than 17mph then so be it. No-one will get left behind. (Unless you have a major mechanical that we can't fix such as a bent rear derailleur and a chain twisted through 180 degrees)

See you at the Peak.
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