Month: June 2016

Gambolling and gambling around Gwent

Posted on 27 June 2016 by Michael Shevyn

25th June 2016 Thanks to Andy for this weeks blog. Mike was unable to join us, so it was Lara and I who set off ridiculously early this week to take part in our first ‘Audax’, the ‘Gwent Gambol’, a 100km jaunt round the quiet lanes and beautiful countryside of Gwent.  For the uninitiated, an
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Rhondda and the Rhigos

Posted on 19 June 2016 by Michael Shevyn

18th June 2016 With my bike now fixed I was keen to test it out, we hadn’t planned to ride together this weekend as Lara was at a wedding and it was Father’s Day on Sunday. Andy had said he was going to go out Friday instead but as the weather was bad he hadn’t
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The Tumble revisited

Posted on 6 June 2016 by Michael Shevyn

28 May 2016 Last week was the Velothon 2016 and as we decided not to do it this year we thought we would ride the Velothon route or as close as possible to it this week. It was a beautiful sunny day and for a change we met at Lara’s house. There was the usual
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The dangerous world of arm warmers!

Posted on 3 June 2016 by Michael Shevyn

Apologise for the delay in updating the blog, I am sure that you have been waiting with baited breath for the next installment of our training. Thanks to Andy for this blog post. It was wonderfully hot and sunny last Sunday.  But not quite warm enough to go out on our latest training run without
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