ADAPT Sunday Cycle Ride

Home » Latest News » ADAPT Sunday Cycle Ride
bicycle_rain

Eight intrepid occasional cyclists mustered in Audlem on Sunday morning, all dressed for the worst that the February weather could throw at us and it did.

We encountered floods, snow, hail, sleet, rain, icy gales and even sunshine. All taken in our stride at a gentle pace. No cats and dogs, but we all had to dismount our cycles to let a Shire horse and rider go by on one of the lanes. Dingle Lane Ford was impressive with the swollen brook spilling over the footway to one side of the deep ford,

That successfully traversed, we took the lane past semi ancient woodland — "Threepers Drumble" — which in a few weeks will be carpeted with wood anemones.

Our destination was soon upon us and we located the 3 cycle racks for our trusty two wheeled steeds at Bridgemere Garden World. Once fortified by generous helpings of cake, sandwiches and coffee we were well prepared for the return journey, against the wind, passing more flooded fields and swollen streams, to make it safely back in Audlem in early afternoon.

A bracing cycle ride was enjoyed by all.

Our next scheduled ride will be to Market Drayton on Sunday the 11th of March stopping for sustenance at one of the local hostelries, when we hope for a little better weather.

Calling all occasional cyclists come and join our monthly rides, enjoy socialising and improve your fitness.... provided we don't have too many cakes!

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

brambles picnic
Tue 22 May 6:08am  |  hits: 662

Brambles CookshopWith the all of the fabulous outdoor events planned for Audlem over the coming months, we have stocked the shop to bursting with everything you need to enjoy picnics, garden parties and al fresco entertaining. We have stylish coolbags and Melamine Tableware by Emma Bridgewater and Sophie Allport, Camping Kettles, Flasks, Picnic Baskets & Wine Coolers, Freezer Blocks, Picnic...

parish-council
Sat 19 May 6:09am  |  hits: 609

The AGMMonday night's Annual General Meeting of the Parish Council saw Heather Jones step down as Chair after four years in the role. Geoff Seddon was elected as Chairman and David Higham elected Vice-Chair. The new Chairman thanked Heather for all the hard work that she had done over the last four years in steering the Council through difficult times and said that she would be a hard...

village meeting 16-05-2018 1
Fri 18 May 6:07am  |  hits: 592

The Village Meeting on Wednesday evening last was a lively affair, and many of the 22 local clubs, societies and other groups had clearly put a lot of effort into their stands and...