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Middle Group Saturday 24th November 10am - Revised route 22 Nov 2018 23:05 #14698

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Middle Group Saturday 24th November 10am - Revised route 22 Nov 2018 21:53 #14696

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Typical! OK, plan B is as follows:

Out to Solsgirth, Knockhill, Muckart, Glendevon, and Back via Braco for 55 miles.

Full details here: ridewithgps.com/routes/26291179

Hope that's OK with everyone.

Allan
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Middle Group Saturday 24th November 10am 22 Nov 2018 21:07 #14695

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Hi Allan, we done that route last week, but went over a wee hill at the start. Bike will be on auto pilot. Andy

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Middle Group Saturday 24th November 10am 22 Nov 2018 20:01 #14693

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If you were expecting Sharon as your ride leader, too bad. You'll have to wait till next week as she's kindly agreed to swap with me.

The forecast is good: "Light cloud and a gentle breeze", and with the wind coming from the East my plan is to head out to Braco, Dunning Glen, Muckart, Solsgirth and back in to Corrieiries for 52.7 miles. You'll find the full route details here: ridewithgps.com/routes/27345738

We'll ride at a nice steady pace that's comfortable for everyone, typically somewhere between 15 - 17 mph. No-one will be left behind.

Bring warm clothing, everything you need to fix a puncture and be prepared for rain, although hopefully it won't come to that.

See you at 10am at the Peak.
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