Sadly having been bogged down with work, away with work and not being able to escape to have a biking life, I have not had a ride out since the Jets Robbie Burns Spin in late January, in the torrential rain and floods of the west, where I won a lovely turnip.
So Sunday morning 2nd March, Martin (Emsee) and I will be meeting up again to go out to play on the bikes. If Box Hill isn’t flooded we will be meeting at Rykas for a heart warming cuppa, chips and the usual terrible gravel, mud, pot holed lanes and roads, with the odd large flood and hailstorm thrown in for good measure (and pub lunch).
Maybe see some of you lovely folks there. It’s been too long since the Triumph got her wheels wet - commuting just doesn’t cut it.
I will send details of the dress code later :D. As per usual this ride is NOT weather dependent. If it is wet - we will find a pub at lunchtime with a radiator or roaring fire, where people can dry off.
I might tail gun again if there are enough people - this will mean folks may have to wear some eye catching accessories to avoid being lost
I missed not riding today, owing to other commitments I could not get out of, but looking forward to this blast next week.
Let’s aim to leave Box Hill at 10.30am.
So if you want to hang out having teas and coffees and eyeing up bikes and the array of handsome and beautiful supermodel types (like Rusty in his nurse’s outfits) that can usually be spotted on cold, wet Sundays in March, better get there earlier:)
We will try and avoid riding home in a snow / hailstorm in the pitch dark
We can just go where the road takes us with Martin leading, the jets involved and me tail gunning, what can go wrong? :rolleyes: All I need are bendy roads, sunshine, a pub lunch and good company. Plus Rykas coffee.