Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by RedRider, 30 May 2016.
Time to resume the Imperial Century a Month Challenge.
And of course, no century ride would be complete without the Bike Against A Wall pic.
So here you go.
Taken in Plaxtol in Kent. The spring water is fit for human consumption. It feeds the water to the pub next door. In fact if you do ask for water for your bidon in the pub, the landlord will ask you to fill your bottle at the spring.
Out today for the first time on the Trek 830 I am converting into a tourer.
My baby after having visited my local Epping, it's a mud fest but this isn't as bad as usual
This wall commemorates former Spurs and Northampton Town inside forward Walter Tull who, praised in dispatches for his gallantry and coolness but controversially denied a military cross, became the first black British Army officer to lead white soldiers into battle. He was killed in France during the spring offensive, 1918.
A few worthy walls from across London taken over the last few days
Maxi priest and the rainy night road scene are five minutes from where I live (the kebab shop next to Fake It is decent btw). I recognise the raven but can't place where it is. Matches your bike tho.
Ahh so those ones are your manor, if I'm ever over that way in need of fuel I'll remember the kebab shop tip, cheers . There's obviously a vibrant graffiti community around there as things seem to pop up all the time, I think the rainy American city one is amongst the best I've ever seen, I marvel at it every time I go past it.
The raven one is on Pritchard Rd in Hackney as you approach Broadway Market. The girl holding the cockerel is on Clerkenwell Rd and has appeared over the Chrimbo holidays I think.
Todays shakedown ride of my latest build.
Cycling in London's great isn't it? For
a while I thought that roadscape was a photo/poster.
I've posted this next wall before but with a different bike etc now...
Does that count?
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