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Intermediate Saturday 29 February 2020 29 Feb 2020 08:57 #17191

  • Nigel Brooks
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Graham wear something long skinny and bit bent, colour has got to be black but some get away with metallic silver, condition is variable but at this time of year splatters of mud is usual.
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Intermediate Saturday 29 February 2020 28 Feb 2020 22:36 #17190

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I know how to dress for rain but how should I dress for mudguards?

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Intermediate Saturday 29 February 2020 27 Feb 2020 08:25 #17179

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Taking into account that most of us haven’t been out for ages and weather is looking wet and cold I am planning a short route with options of making it longer, if we feel up to it, or shorter if we are all miserable.
Leaving the Peak, BofA, hill of row, Deanston, mini braes, Culdoch road, Charmleston road. About 35 miles.

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