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19 March, 2017
Trans Pennine Trail Ranger Station, Statham Avenue, off Whitbarrow Road, Lymm, WA13 9AQ

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10 members enjoyed this ride.

Four Gallant Gentlemen were called upon to attempt to rescue two Damsels in Distress before the ride had started.

Cheshire March Hare Ride Report 190317

Somethings afoot, or perhaps a tad more than a foot!

Phil & Jim H would be proud of you John!

We did say they were quiet country lanes!

The mandatory bridge!

Heaven forbid, someones nicked Steve’s microphone, without him even noticing!

Steve’s deep in thought and Sue seems quite startled, wonder why!

Here’s the answer!

Don’t you just love riding on cobbles!!!

Wouldn’t want to get on the wrong side of Sue judging by that expression!

All smiles despite the rain!

Look’s like Steve knows a short cut, cant quite see it myself!

Wouldn’t have known it was a Banner if it hadn’t had the Banner sign on it!

Enid’s busy having a rummage in the charity clothing bin!

Were all dying to know, undies or commando? Cameraman might know!

5 Comments, RSS

  • Carole johnson says:

    The ride was lovely thanks John
    …. is she? Isn’t she?… keep on wondering! ????

    • John B says:

      Glad you enjoyed the ride.
      I am sure Paul will continue to wonder about the photo comments & questions he makes?!!

  • Liz Halliwell says:

    Loved the ride! Thanks!

  • Jim Taylor says:

    Once again a really enjoyable ride through the Cheshire countryside with a refreshment stop at the High Legh Garden Centre – they do a great selection of cakes. We even got to know where John lives in readiness for the social event of the year!
    Thanks John for a great ride.

  • I have not cycled with you all before but my friend and I came to one of your bike maintenance classes last year and you were a great bunch! Myself and my husband (Dave) would love to join some of your rides so please could I book two places for the Cheshire Hare. Looking forward to seeing you all???? Many thanks, Maggie Slamin and Dave Slamin.

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