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Pilgrims Hospice Challenge 4th May 2014
#81
Mr. Goat, ignore the suffering matey, you did great & 100 miles is a great achievement whatever the speed.
(Although your face along the seafront was a picture Tongue)

Definitely know where my legs are this morning although it's one of those "I've earned that" ache ;D
Oh! & I am hungry like the wolf this morning

Andy - I use Ultegra cassettes on the MTB as I can never find the gear I want on a wider range MTB cassette.
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#82
Excellent work all you crazy guys
Keep it foolish...
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#83
5hrs20mins for Alex and myself on our 78mile journey. Legs only very slightly achy this morning, think it would be a different story if we had done the 100miles.... just going out now for a hilly 2hr walk with the dog in the Sun  ;D
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#84
Me & Jon are feeling a little sore this morning. Keeping moving & eating as much food as possible on the agenda today!
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#85
Annoyed that Ive not got time for a recovery ride this morning but may get a chance to sneak out later for a quick 30K or so. Very burnt though arms and legs, I think mainly from sitting in the garden at the end rather than riding!
2010 Canyon Aeroad 9.0 SL
2014 Specialized Epic Marathon
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#86
Had a great day doing the 100 miles in the sun.
I've just discovered a very cool Strava tool that lets you replay your ride against everyone else that rode it here <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://labs.strava.com/flyby/">http://labs.strava.com/flyby/</a><!-- m -->

Unfortunately it shows how many stops I took!
Andy AKA tired oldman on Strava
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#87
Well done to all of you! I had a terrible sense of envy as I watched various riders coming in and out of Canterbury!  >Sad

Mike - amazing work on all the money raised! Such a good cause!

Again - well done to all!  Smile
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#88
Didn't even know this was on till last week, well done all, glad you had a good weather day for it and a massive well done Mike for raising so much wonga.
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