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Ride report: Sunday 20 October – familiar faces

Posted by Matt | October 20, 2019 | 1 comment so far

JohnR on Treaders Trail
We’ve had a few weeks of rain now and to be honest – that’s all getting a bit old! So it was a welcome relief to ride on a nice dry autumn morning.

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