Alex, points allocated as laid out in the first post. Tally up what you've earned for each session you do, and update your position on the list accordingly. A new total starts each month, with the previous month's points in brackets. You've got a wee bit of catching up to do, better get your arse in gear
I thought my telling off from Meldy the other day was sufficient, but it appears she's seen fit to break out the plasticine doll and the pins. Ever had one of those days when the gods seem to be conspiring against you? Today's bike ride went like this . . . Went to get the bike ready and the back tyre was flat as a pancake. No worries - wheel off, tube changed, wheel replaced, good to go. Got on the bike, the chain slipped, I lost my balance and fell over, splitting my bottle cage in half in the process. Luckily I have two bottle cages, so I picked myself up, put my bottle back on the bike and set off. Time for my first drink . . . couldn't get the bottle out of the cage. My new bottles are bigger than my old ones and it had somehow got jammed. Stopped, sorted out the bottle, set off again. All ok for the next 20 miles or so, then my Garmin started beeping to tell my the lap memory was full (dropped my bike computer a couple of weeks ago and it died, so 405 is my stand-in), and no matter which buttons I pressed it wouldn't stop. I tried to ignore it but it really started to annoy me. I was cycling in loops past the house, so I thought I'd stop and leave it there. Slowed down, unclipped my left foot, leaned to the right and fell over again. Swore. A lot. Set off again. All ok until halfway up a short, steep hill my chain came off. I didn't fall over this time, but there was more swearing. Quite a lot more. Apart from all of that, it was great fun, and I did eventually make it home in one piece. I'm going to work tonight for a rest.