Well, it is hardly a long commute compared to the distance some of you cycle, but I only have an 8 mile round trip normally. Tomorrow I have taken the day off and am planning to cycle the 7 miles to the local hospital to visit my mum in the afternoon. I will have to deal with two big roundabouts and 2 mini roundabouts for the first time ever. Don't have the joy of roundabouts on my commute to work. I just have to go straight over the first roundabout, I plan on taking the primary position. The other roundabout is huge and the traffic much denser and too fast flowing so I'm going to dismount and use the crossing places provided for that one. The mini roundabouts should be fine. The way there should be fine as it is mainly downhill, although it is on an extremely bendy road (I usually drop down a couple of gears going down in the car). My only concern will be cycling up it as it as there are road works with traffic lights for about 1/4 mile, so my worry is that I won't be able to cycle up it fast enough before the lights on the other side turns to green, plus I don't want to hold the other cars up too much as I dare say that unless I cycled in the gutter they wouldn't be able to get past me. Maybe I might push my bike along the grass verge on that bit, it would give me a rest anyway. Wish me luck!