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Joys of Commuting
#41
http://bikeability.dft.gov.uk/the-three-levels/level-1/
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#42
"Breezer" Wrote:Have you considered going on a bicycle skills training day?

Haha.

Good news Rach Smile
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#43
Big Grin shall book on forthwith Dad xx
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#44
Good article here

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#45
Bad luck Daisy, heal quick.
Looks like your pavement was harder than my tree eh Wink
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#46
Unlucky Daisy - hope you heal up fast.

I had a great ride home on Wednesday - got a minibus full of kids giving me the thumbs up after hopping a curb and railing a cycle path corner. I had shades on so must have looks pretty awesome. Certainly made a change to get that sort of gesture from a vehicle and it made my day to be honest!
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#47
Yeah Tinc - sadly keep reliving the moment Sad can still remember the panic second & the sound of my head hitting the concrete

Neil - your story made MY day too!!
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#48
Ouch, that looks nasty Rach. Hope your healing up quickly!
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#49
Well, my ambitious Surrey plans are abandoned. Left hand still useless & twice the size it should be. Hurts to walk. Face still a mess. Lots of throat & head pain but could have been so much worse & I will survive Smile
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#50
&quot;DaisyDaring&quot; Wrote:Well, my ambitious Surrey plans are abandoned. Left hand still useless & twice the size it should be. Hurts to walk. Face still a mess. Lots of throat & head pain but could have been so much worse & I will survive Smile

Take some time off the bike and only get back in it when fully recovered. You'll be up to full speed quicker that way than trying to do too much to soon.
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