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JulesParticipant15 July 2015 at 07:34Post count: 829
I carried out a traffic count 4 years ago and King Street fell well within guidelines and the Manchester District has no issues using this road at any time. As Jim points out all roads have potential hazards but individuals choose whether or not they want to ride upon them. King Street is very straight and offers excellent visibility and I have never felt vulnerable when riding along it. Weaver Valley CC will be promoting an open TT on this course in August, nobody has raised any objections to this and a Police Notification from has been submitted and acknowledged so I see no issues with this course.
4 years ago!!!JulesParticipant14 July 2015 at 13:11Post count: 829JulesParticipant10 July 2015 at 07:13Post count: 829JulesParticipant7 July 2015 at 08:36Post count: 829
Unfortunately I had to spend all day Sunday at a wedding, so wasn’t out.
In respect of blogs on the whole, they are written when there is at least something to write about!
They aren’t posted every week for both runs because sometimes it’s just a ride with miles in the legs and the usual banter…!
The short run on Sunday went without drama or incident as far as I know, and unlike the long run, they all got home without the enforced open-heavens shower!!!
🙁JulesParticipant7 July 2015 at 05:33Post count: 829
I’m not a person that write blogs. I’ll leave thàt to the likes of Ady or El. But here goes 😉
The long ride took a trip over to Tittesworth in lovely weather. Shame it didn’t last!!!! 8 riders decided to take this option Graham, Carol, Stuart, Paul, Paul, Kempy, Colin and myself. We took a route over to Congleton then up the climb towards the cloud and then straight up towards the Leek road I think it is. Then off towards the cafe taking a left just past Rudyard. Feed and watered at the cafe we took on the climb of Gunn Hill. No body fancied Wincle. So I decided on a magical mystery tour!! That took in Gawsworth, Henbury, Wizard, Alderley Edge, Wilmslow, Mobberley and home via Plumley.
Whilst Pedalling through Plumley the heavens opened and we go a right soaking 😯 But a great day in the saddle none the less with 76 miles on the clock.JulesParticipant3 July 2015 at 15:32Post count: 829JulesParticipant27 June 2015 at 19:56Post count: 829JulesParticipant1 June 2015 at 15:33Post count: 829JulesParticipant31 May 2015 at 19:28Post count: 829JulesParticipant31 May 2015 at 18:54Post count: 829JulesParticipant10 May 2015 at 18:55Post count: 829JulesParticipant8 May 2015 at 06:24Post count: 829JulesParticipant7 May 2015 at 19:17Post count: 829JulesParticipant28 April 2015 at 20:40Post count: 829