The "Photos From Today's Ride" thread...

The "Photos From Today's Ride" thread...

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bordercontrol

125 posts

119 months

Wednesday 12th December 2012
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Here's some from the other day when i was out.


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GraemeP

668 posts

177 months

Thursday 13th December 2012
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Crappy iphone 3 pic, but waiting for the boys at Appuldurcombe Gate:


Johnny

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9,099 posts

232 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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Couple from Sunday...




Samcat

415 posts

171 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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Last Thursday morning, Coed Llandegla, -5°C

What a way to spend my 45th birthday


neilski

2,244 posts

183 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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I hired a tandem with Tricky Dicky and cycled around Xi'an city wall. Yes the cranks are independent of each other.


Watchman

5,599 posts

193 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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neilski said:
I hired a tandem with Tricky Dicky and cycled around Xi'an city wall. Yes the cranks are independent of each other.

That's brilliant. smile Do you catch each others feet or are they spaced far enough apart?

neilski

2,244 posts

183 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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They're spaced far enough apart not to clash and the way it works is a (non-fixie) sprocket on each side of the wheel so we're both free to pedal or coast as we choose.

central

16,742 posts

165 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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zax

904 posts

211 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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Slightly sideways progress these last few days smile


Watchman

5,599 posts

193 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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neilski said:
They're spaced far enough apart not to clash and the way it works is a (non-fixie) sprocket on each side of the wheel so we're both free to pedal or coast as we choose.
Because you each power one side of the wheel, if you pedal, do you go left, and if he pedals, do you go right?

wink

h4muf

2,070 posts

155 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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central said:
BOOM!

MattDell

2,914 posts

103 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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Rob_T said:
Ride in this morning.

Sorry, I have just discovered Instagram and have been fiddling around with it most of the weekend.... This is part of my daily commute in on sustrans route 50 towards Maidenhead

Nice bag, what kind is it?

-Matt

TheGreatSoprendo

5,137 posts

197 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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Y Wal at Afan today:



Made a new friend:



New bike park:






Dizeee

14,752 posts

154 months

Tuesday 18th December 2012
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TheGreatSoprendo said:
Made a new friend:



N
Delighftul, what a great addition to a great thread...

Never thought of stopping to take a pic... Will do over the coming days smile

MadDad

3,785 posts

209 months

Wednesday 19th December 2012
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Excuse he crappy image quality - taken on an iPhone from a distance in the pouring rain! Not todays ride, but this is is Dungeness B from a distance on Sunday night - very eerie sight in the middle of the marshes in total darkness....


central

16,742 posts

165 months

Wednesday 19th December 2012
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h4muf said:
central said:
BOOM!
Saddle sore :/

Mr Gear

9,416 posts

138 months

Wednesday 19th December 2012
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Such lovely weather today! 20 degs C and views of the French Alps.


norman156

2,048 posts

144 months

Sunday 23rd December 2012
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Came across a lot of flooding on this morning's ride, ended up having to cycle through this, was around 2 foot deep in the middle. Was quite fun in an odd way, very cold feet for the rest of the journey though!



Another pic showing the extent of the flooding:


Rouleur

6,050 posts

137 months

Sunday 23rd December 2012
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It's a bit wet in Cheshire too!

I didn't think this would be deep. I was wrong... and to make it worse the route I was on included going over a very busy road with only one possible crossing point so I had to ride through the flood again later to get home :roll:



This is a beautiful little chocolate box village called Great Budworth





SkinnyBoy

4,635 posts

206 months

Monday 24th December 2012
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Meanwhile on the other side of the world, blistering heat and blue skys abound so myself and a few mates went for a ride on our retrobikes at our local trails.







Its true what they say about mad dogs and englishmen.. we had the whole place to ourselves haha