Thanks Hobie, could be a cold coming on but I hope not as I'm off work on leave tomorrow and Tuesday and was hoping to get out on the bike.I like my Garmin gear Matt (been to Istanbul with one on M/bike handle bars). It sounds like you might be heading for a cold or similar. good figures. Keep peddlin.
Get thissen running Matt! A bit of rain doesn't matter, and you don't need to worry about tyre grip I used to race cyclists up Lodge Lane back in the day - and leave them in my wake!With all this atrocious weather (last weekend and this) I've been unable to get out on the bike and I'm suffering withdrawal symptoms.
So it was another walk again today. In spite of the wind and rain it was quite mild - only did about 4 miles, but every little helps.
Here's hoping for drier weather next week.
I'm seriously tempted Alan, although I haven't done any running for years. With cycling I don't mind cold as long as it's dry but it's the rain I can't abide. Here's a few photos from rides from last winter taken between Leek and Buxton.Get thissen running Matt! A bit of rain doesn't matter, and you don't need to worry about tyre grip I used to race cyclists up Lodge Lane back in the day - and leave them in my wake!
Presumably southerners up on a walking holiday!Ah! I remember running over the gritstone edges of Derbyshire in shorts and t-shirt in this type of weather, past bunches of walkers in 6 layers of clothing! Once almost fell foul though when I turned my ankle a bit and had to stop for a few minutes, just outside Ringinglow. Managed to get going again as starting to shiver and made it the last few miles home