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28 June ’15 Holmbury Sunday Ride – just the facts

Participants: Duncan, Elliot, Nick, James, Lloyd, SSJ

Route: Pampolona, Yew Trees, Wire in the Blood, Collarbone, Abba Zabba/Blind Terror, Abinger Roughs, Holmbury YHA, Yoghurt Pots, Telegraph Road, Barry Knows Best, Peaslake, Rad Lane, Little Endor, Whitedown, Pampolona.

Tea Stop: Peaslake with Ginny and Chrissy

Damage: Rear flat for Nick. Dented rear rim for SSJ.

Injuries: None

Statistics: 27miles, 2700 ft climbing

Photos: Link to photos on Flickr

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28 June ’15 Holmbury Sunday Ride – just the facts

Participants: Duncan, Elliot, Nick, James, Lloyd, SSJ Route: Pampolona, Yew Trees, Wire in the Blood, Collarbone, Abba Zabba/Blind Terror, Abinger Roughs, Holmbury YHA, Yoghurt Pots, Telegraph Road, Barry Knows Best, Peaslake, Rad Lane, Little Endor, Whitedown, Pampolona. Tea Stop: Peaslake with Ginny and Chrissy Damage: Rear flat for Nick. Dented rear rim for SSJ. Injuries: None Statistics: 27miles, 2700 ft … Read the rest…

Quick loop! Ride report 21/06/15

With Father’s day falling last Sunday the Mole collective was reduced in numbers. Being a partly affected I suggested a very quick loop.

Ride report: Sunday, 14th June – Return visit to Limpsfield Chart

‘Chart’ is an Old English word for rough ground, though I’d like to think there was nothing ‘rough’ about the calibre of riders who pitched up for the return visit to a route we Moles first rode back in January Read the rest…

Ride report: Sunday 7 June – a gnarr too far?

Well today was an interesting day! After an enjoyable Friday evening in Tony’s man cave (not a euphemism), yesterday was on the low key side which meant I hadn’t checked the forum to see what was planned for Sunday’s ride. It turned out to bit a little different to what I expected.

10-05-15 Short and Sweet – Midget Porn and Brake Pads

“Great ride”, shouted Dandy as he peeled off, “can you do the ride report.” So, six days later, here it is – short and sweet. I’ll blame a long busy week in a safety meeting.

Just a bit of drizzle, really

The forecast wasn’t great, and despite some pleading from the young ‘uns (swiftly dealt with), we set off at 0845 in a heavy drizzle.

Ride report: Sunday 19th April. Leith Hill hooning about.

So Sunday morning dawned dry and bright with just a chill in the air. A perfect spring morning for hooning about in the Surrey Hills.The usual RV at Bocketts car park saw a gathering of 6 riders keen to hit the dry n dusty trails. Elliott, James, D’Dub, Andy, AKAK/Andrew (driven up from darkest Wiltshire earlier on) and myself, assembled on … Read the rest…

Ride report: Friday slackers hit Afan and Cwm Carn

Well that turned out well! When someone suggests to you a couple of days in Wales in March, you don’t expect to be basking in temperatures pushing 13° but that’s exactly how things worked out. Thank goodness for Kev, our lucky weather gnome.

Ride report: Sunday 8 March – simply, Newlands Corner

Following the St David’s Day ride last Sunday the brightening weather saw the Moles diaspora spread far and wide. Some of us went south toward Peaslake (Southside Johnny and his shovel), some rambled on Ranmore with the gnarrsters (D’Andy, Al and Nick) and the rest of us joined Lay-Dave on a trip to Newlands.

Ride Report – 1st March – Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus

Eight of us made the St David’s Day ride, and they shall be identified only by their sick gangsta tags: Dandy, Muddy Dave, D-Dub, Jemster, James (who’s clearly not that sick), Lord On-One, RoadMole, and Southside Johnny.

Ride Report – Sunday 22 Feb – Moles migrate South to Peaslake and Pitch Hill

Due to the incessantly changeable weather and amount of rain that fell last week, it seemed a good idea to meet over at Peaslake for Sundays ride and avoid the worst of the Ranmore B@stard glue mud (copyright quote property of Mr Karlos Fandango)

Ride Report – Sunday 25 Jan – The Magnificent Seven ride again

Along with our native guide, a Moles Magnificent Seven rode out over the hills and valleys of the Wild West … of Sevenoaks.

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