Mick Palmer Born to Ride
An appreciation to Mick from the Easy Riders - if you missed it first time round, let me have your comments and I'll add them accordingly.
Quiet Lanes to The Hub
Today’s ride dawned fairly cold but bright. As ride leaders, both Ann R and I had had some riders drop out, so we combined our rides into one, with Paul S, Mike, Ann N, Julie G and Diane. We pedalled out along the Flitch Way, and who did we see coming towards us wearing a very distinctive Saltire top, but my husband Jim. He’d noticed I’d forgotton my phone, and kindly brought it to me. As I laboured up the railway gradient, Paul and I were discussing our mutual art classes –
Hurrah! Thank goodness Covid lockdown has lifted to the extent that we can exercise outdoors in groups of 6. Health & safety tip for the day – check your bike before riding – brakes, tyres etc. In spring weather that can be variable (like suddenly cold, as today), take extra bits of clothing (extra gloves, buff, helmet cover), in case you need them. And there’s another bit of emergency kit that I always have – my husband Jim is always available to drive to collect anyone (an