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South Western Road Club’s Early Spring 100km Cyclosportive

February 24, 2008

Today the Molesey BBT joined the South Western Road Club’s Early Spring 100km Cyclosportive. The claimed 100km turned into 65 miles and they removed one early hill and inserted an extra one at around 32 miles. The weather could not have been more different from the last SWRC event I rode. Today it was warm and dry actually too warm for what I was wearing. The route took us over the North Downs twice over Leith hill and there was the bonus hill somewhere in Sussex. I would quite like to know exactly where the bonus hill was so I could avoid it in future. With the perfect weather the only problem was the that the roads in a number of places were damp and very slippy resulting in two fallers that I saw. I almost came a cropper on a left turn that had a man hole cover just in the wrong place however nothing more than a wobble and a comment of support from the rider I was trying to stay with.

A truly magnificent day. A well organised event, well signposted and a delightful route (except the hills). I ended up doing 92 miles by the time I had ridden to the event and ridden back all on just one banana which thankfully I was given at the halfway point.

Thank you to the SWRC.

From → Cycling

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