Mud, Glorious Mud

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Dad and I braved the incredible (almost) sub-zero temperatures to attempt to ride along the new-fangled Guided Busway route from St. Ives to Cambridge, using the old railway lines. Running was smooth for much of the way, but we hot trouble where the construction ran out, and the mud arrived in typical self-adhesive fashion, entirely locking our wheels up, and leaving Dad dragging his bike the rest of the way (to the pub, at least).

All very amusing – this time next year we should be able to whistle up there in no time.


Trooper.


Suspension not working optimally, perhaps.


This never happens in Taiwan


Just in time – cheers!

2 Comments

  1. Posted 2008/12/30 at 10:13 | Permalink

    Same as every year: Bikes in mud and then the pub! Anything else you do in Cambridge?

  2. Posted 2009/01/06 at 21:47 | Permalink

    I have been giving it some thought, and I am pretty sure we don’t!

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