Monthly Archives: March 2013

RAF Molesworth Peace Garden

I started Good Friday with an early morning training ride. A hard overnight frost had preserved the sculpted snow drifts for another day. Ice was an ever present hazard, especially on the ascents and descents where thaw from the saturated … Continue reading

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Best get the winter bike prepped

I shouldn’t have done it. I should have just left the dust cover on and cleaned the filth off my winter bike instead, but no, I had to do it, didn’t I? After all, it’s March, the Daffodils are flowering … Continue reading

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Last week ended in a deluge progressing through snow, sleet, hail and rain. This week started with floods and freezing fog. It hasn’t improved. This morning, still cocooned in winter gear, I again rode through sleet. Yet one year ago … Continue reading

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Bedford to St Neots on Sustrans NCN 51

When it isn’t an inaccessible muddy mess, I’m a regular user of the section of NCN 51 linking St Neots to Huntingdon, and if you follow my blog you’ll probably know I’m quite critical of it. My wider experience of … Continue reading

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