Muddymoles mountain biking in the Surrey Hills and Mole Valley

Ride report: Sunday 19 June – for MM not at MM

Posted by Muddy John | June 21, 2011 | 4 comments so far

Here’s our Sunday ride summarised in a nice little ‘infographic’, for those Moles not at Mountain Mayhem this weekend. Hopefully, you get the picture!

An infographic of a ride across the North Downs

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Filed under Rides in June 2011

Muddy John

About the author

John has been biking in the Surrey Hills since the late 1990s but only started riding with the MuddyMoles in 2008. In the couple of years since then he has learned more about mountain biking from the Moles than he learned in the previous ten.

Having remained loyal to his vintage pale blue and orange Stumpjumper hardtail since the last century, he has recently explored the limits of his storage space and his wife’s patience by adding an On-One Inbred Singlespeed and an Orange Five.

John is usually wearing or riding something blue and does not eat any raw fruit beginning with the letter T.

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  1. Dave says:

    I see that a travesty occured on the ride. “No tea stop”…….

  2. Karl says:

    Nice infographic!

    No time for tea as 2000ft to be climbed…fast…behind VO2 max JR..
    Am not dead so must be stronger.

    Tim is Tom.. I think.

  3. KevS2010 says:

    Love it JR!
    Sounds like a climbers kind of ride, sorry I missed it but still chillin in Cornwall, pass me another glass of Chateau Scrote Weasel please dear! 🙂

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