Matt goes out for a solo night ride from Bookham, taking in Ranmore Church, Denbies and Mickleham. Some murky pics were the result. View the 9 Dec 2003 photoset on Flickr.
We opt for a jey time for a change and head cross country. We travel through Norbury Park, via Juniper Hill to Headley for a play in the bomb holes before heading back over Mickleham. View the 16 Nov 2003 photoset on Flickr.
We make it over to Holmbury Hill for a change and have a blast on Barry Knows Best, Park Life and Telegraph Road before heading back to Leith and playing around in the quarry. And still no rain! View the 26 Oct 2003 photoset on Flickr.
Starting from Ranmore, we manage nineteen miles and take in Abba Zabba, Blind Terror I and II, Wolverns Lane, Wave of Mutilation, White Jam and a small bit of Summer Lightning (the rest was closed). In short, a whistle stop tour of some of the best bits on the North Downs. View the 19 Oct 2003 photoset on Flickr.
The moles welcome two new riders, Seb from Cycleworks and Brian, our first transatlantic visitor from Wisconsin. See how they all get on at Leith Hill with a Whyte 46 demo bike. View the 12 Oct 2003 photoset on Flickr.
The moles manage 25 miles to Newlands Corner, taking in Abba Zabba and Blind Terror II which lived up to its name. View the 5 Oct 2003 photoset on Flickr.
Dave, Matt, Thomas, Mark, Simon and Steve are back at Leith Hill, hooning around on Summer Lightning, Redlands and the bomb holes near the tower. View the 28 Sept 2003 photoset on Flickr.
Matt heads off into the weekend wilderness solo since everyone else was occupied elsewhere. View the 7 Sept 2003 photoset on Flickr.
I’m quite pleased with these photos as I just snapped them as quickly as possible on my ride to work (Bookham to Reigate). The camera was an old 2 meg pixel one borrowed from Dave. View the 3 Sept 2003 photoset on Flickr.
Our first attempt at ride photography using a pretty basic camera, details of which now escape me. View the 31 Aug 2003 photoset on Flickr.
After spending a lot of time building this blog in the early part of this year, I haven’t been out on my bike now for the best part of three months. Why the hiatus you might wonder?
I’ve always preferred bikes really, although I did go through a brief spell of running a bit more years ago than I want to think about…