Old gits day out at the seasside

Discussion in 'Sportives' started by PK99, 16 Apr 2010.

  1. PK99

    PK99 Guru

    Dellzegg has affectionately referred to the Midweek Wayfarers section of the Cheam & Morden CTC as "The Old Gits".

    Well, The Old Gits (more accurately, i suppose, the more hard core plus the younger element of the A ride - 15 of us mid 50's to mid 70's) had a day out at the seaside on Wednesday.

    Cheam to Shoreham for lunch, back to Leatherhead for beer and home - for most that was around 105 miles in the day with around 4,500ft of climb, average rolling speed 12.2 - and the longest was 121 miles by a guy in his 70's (but I'm told that back in the day he did hold some serious time trial records)

    Cracking day
    Cracking ride
    Cracking company
    Another century notch on the seat-post!
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