...the nights are drawing in & it got dark half way through the ride....lucky I took my lights ....looks like that night vision jacket is going to get some use soon
Just away to start this again on Monday. I seem to be less inclined to go out at night when it is still light which I suppose is a bit strange, but then again this Summer has been crap so maybe I have just been lazy.Fab Foodie said:Often used to go out for 2 hours from 9 'till 11, quick milkshake (Oo-er missus) shower and bed.
You imply there are other kinds of weather in Scotland????Noodley said:However, I love night riding. Even better if a slight drizzle. Clear night, little wind, slight drizzle. Perfect.
No, there is howling gales and snow, howling gales and sleet, howling gales and hailstones, rain, heavy rain, snow, heavy snow, hailstones and snow, freezing cold, wet, damp, dreich, etc. Each of them is good to ride in if it is dark.Fab Foodie said:You imply there are other kinds of weather in Scotland????
There's; wind and drizzle, cloud and drizzle, mist and drizzle, rain and drizzle...
That's not weather, that's grounds enough to declare a "State of National Emergency!"Noodley said:The worst weather of all is? Slightly damp, or a flake of snow or nearing less than 5 degress or a breeze which whips up leaves - in London. Then we all have to endure hearing about it for months!
Fab Foodie said:That's not weather, that's grounds enough to declare a "State of National Emergency!"