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Blean, Wed 9th, Oaks Park
#1
Riding post work. I finish 15.30, so from 16.00 onwards is good.

Edit: just remembered I have to pick up the cat from the vets post neutering, so will have to be later   :Smile
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#2
How much later? Presumably before the anaesthetic of the cat wears off or do you drop him (it) off at home first?
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#3
"WvH" Wrote:How much later? Presumably before the anaesthetic of the cat wears off or do you drop him (it) off at home first?

6.30 ish, so standard Blean ride time really.
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#4
So, went to see Team Buckley today & advised off cycling til the weekend. Things are so painful I think I may heed his advice Sad
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#5
"Avril19" Wrote:So, went to see Team Buckley today & advised off cycling til the weekend. Things are so painful I think I may heed his advice Sad

OT but did you see Andy?
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#6
"pittgoat" Wrote:OT but did you see Andy?

I did.
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#7
Is Team Buckley good then? I'm seriousely pished off with mine now and my gp doesn't seem to care despite it pretty much affecting everything i do, but have come to the conclusion he is generally useless anyway, so suppose i better start throwing money about again...
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"Treehugger" Wrote:Is Team Buckley good then? I'm seriousely pished off with mine now and my gp doesn't seem to care despite it pretty much affecting everything i do, but have come to the conclusion he is generally useless anyway, so suppose i better start throwing money about again...

Well, he didn't look at my back, that's another job! Mainly my contracted trapezius (fcking agony ATM) & my contracted left quad! He's an ex MTB/roadie that does TT now. He's a trained chiropractor as well as physio & seemed to know his stuff with cycling position etc. I'm seeing my sister Friday as well!

He cost £47 initial consult, £37 follow ups.
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"Avril19" Wrote:Well, he didn't look at my back, that's another job! Mainly my contracted trapezius (fcking agony ATM) & my contracted left quad! He's an ex MTB/roadie that does TT now. He's a trained chiropractor as well as physio & seemed to know his stuff with cycling position etc. I'm seeing my sister Friday as well!

He cost £47 initial consult, £37 follow ups.

Thats expensive, but might give him a go, thanks.
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#10
I think that is the going rate, I have an appointment at one in Faversham tomorrow and that is £37 too. If anyone comes across someone who has a special interest in cycling then that might be a good person to see. This Andy seems to have just that so might give it a go.
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