Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
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Bikes

damerell is planning to cycle Lands End to John O'Groats in September, and I think it would be rather fun to join him (and others). So since I'm pretty unfit at the moment I took the advantage of today's sunshine to go out for a spin round the block. Up Kings Hedges Rd, right along Histon Rd, down Castle Hill, left onto Chesterton Lane/Rd/High Street, Greenend Road, and back along the other half of Kings Hedges Rd. Stopped on Chesterton Road at Townsends and booked bike in for a service on Monday, as well as buying a bottle cage and a new cheapo bike computer. Spent the last half hour or so fitting those (the bottle cage was a pig, the screws are barely long enough) and setting up the computer. Maybe after I've been to occupational health I'll give it another spin round the block and see how far it is.
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