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Daily disappointments

Posted: Yesterday at 11:57

My shoulder is getting so much better, but I'm still under orders from the chiro not to swim

Beginners guide to the Surrey Hills ride is back!

Posted: Yesterday at 09:59

I'll look out for the next one and might join you.

Beginners guide to the Surrey Hills ride is back!

Posted: 12/09/2014 at 15:36

Wish I could join you but I won't be back until afternoon on Sunday.  Hangovers don't usually stop me, although last time I did a bike ride with a bad hangover, I wrote the bike off!!  Really would have been tempted to join you but will have to wait for your next journey into the Surrey Hills.

Beginners guide to the Surrey Hills ride is back!

Posted: 12/09/2014 at 13:27

Definitely next time.  Love a bit of cake or chips.  Only reason I cycle.

Beginners guide to the Surrey Hills ride is back!

Posted: 12/09/2014 at 13:26

Been up most of the horrid ones.  Zig Zag Road I don't find too bad.  The worst that can happen is I fall off, when I can't turn the pedals up the steep hills anymore.  I'll just quietly disappear from the group in embarrassment and make my way home alone (ha ha ha).

Beginners guide to the Surrey Hills ride is back!

Posted: 12/09/2014 at 12:17

Wish I could join you but I won't be back until afternoon on Sunday.  Hangovers don't usually stop me, although last time I did a bike ride with a bad hangover, I wrote the bike off!!  Really would have been tempted to join you but will have to wait for your next journey into the Surrey Hills.

Beginners guide to the Surrey Hills ride is back!

Posted: 12/09/2014 at 10:45

Local to me, but I'm in London Saturday evening, otherwise I might have been tempted to gate crash and put faces to names.  Have a great ride.  Going to be a glorious ride.

Best first ultra event........

Posted: 03/09/2014 at 13:23

I was thinking a little shorter for my first time ultra - around 50-60km - although I have a year to train for it.  Will take a look.  Thanks Ala1n.

Best first ultra event........

Posted: 03/09/2014 at 12:18

Good to know I'm spoilt for choice Ben.  Done a few marathons, including cross country reasonably hilly ones.  Done a couple of triathlons this year (Olympic and middle distance).  Would probably be looking to do the ultra around end September, October time next year.

Best first ultra event........

Posted: 03/09/2014 at 09:59

I like doing endurance events, and thinking I might like to try an ultra event next year.

Can anyone recommend a really good, 'beginner friendly' long distance event in the south of England please?

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Best first ultra event........

Preferably somewhere in the south 
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Just relax

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Canary Wharf area

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Cycling clubs

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First HIM

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