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Little ride to the Peak District

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Post  Snowcat Sun Mar 25 2012, 17:35

First topic message reminder :

As you may or may not know I've been having murders with my suspension and as I'd (hopefully) managed to make some progress I decided to hop over to Glossop to give it a try.

After some boring motorway (M60 & M67) the suspension was notably better over cats eyes (yes it was that bad!!) I hit the good roads finding a loop that took me through Hadfield, Glossop, Chapel En Le Frith and over toward Hope and Castleton. 50 odd miles of stunning roads and scenery with barely a car on the roads to spoil it. (plus the mood I was in I was breezing past them all anyway.

The Mistress handled like a dream, better than I can ever remember, the settings on the suspension must've been so screwed up but I just didn't realise. Thinking back now this is perhaps why I developed a corner phobia recently. Anyway that demon was well and truly exercised, she hugged the roads like on rails and didn't put a foot wrong. It did so much for my confidence and I had the best total 3 hours out of my life. (bike wise!!)

Didn't think I could love biking more but I guess I was wrong, bring on the summer Smile

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Oh and this is me!!
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And this is my tyre, hope it comes out how close to the edge I was Smile
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Post  Snowcat Mon Mar 26 2012, 15:49

Well I figure you're a health professional whatever you do to me you can fix after Crying or Very sad

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Post  Snowcat Mon Mar 26 2012, 15:50

Ellie did you read the write up about iPhones & pictures?? Was it any help ?
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Post  ellie Tue Mar 27 2012, 09:17

Yes but not had chance to try it as the NHS thinks working 14 days on the trot is character building lol.

I'll have a go when I get a mo. I'm a poet and I know it.
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