The legacy of London 2012 is very apparent, particularly on the roads of Surrey, which are now full of lycra-clad folks getting in my wife’s way wherever she drives! Some sports will fair better than others with regard to legacy inheritance, cycling being one of the lucky few.
After last years Dusk til Dawn mudbath, it wasn’t the greatest surprise to see a depleted Moles entry list for the 2011 event. Read the rest…
Its fairly predictable, or rather I’m fairly predictable, in that if I’m in charge of route planning and Matt isn’t there, it’s a sure bet China Pig will feature somehow.
I remember the days not that far back that you’d turn up to the meeting point wondering if anybody else would be there. Not these days and yesterday kept up the averages again with a good turn out of our ever expanding ‘core’ riders.
I’ve not been a frequent attendee on Moles rides of late but the prospect of lovely weather and dry trails made me determined to get out on my first Moles night ride for about 2 months.
A long ride nears epic proportions as the early Spring weather brings dusty trails and a need to ride a big loopof the Surrey Hills
This is a hugely concerning news article. Read on…