Half Nine, Worthing.

By: snowgood

Jun 16 2016

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Category: Cycling

3 Comments

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On Tuesday night after chips and spring rolls I rode into Worthing.

Whizzing along the sea-front heading eastwards pedalling was hardly necessary.

Not that stopped me trying to break my own personal land speed record.

Despite two determined attempts I couldn’t top 27.6 mph, held back by that burning sensation in my quadriceps as hamstrings.

It’s nice to know I’m not alone even Chris Hoy and Mark Cavendish have similar issues as the muscles run out of oxygen.

I took shelter in the streets as I wiggled my way back to Goring.

The wind, the waves, and the wheels.

What a fab way to end the day.

 

 

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3 comments on “Half Nine, Worthing.”

  1. very pretty colors and atmosphere.

  2. Well I’m glad you worked hard to shift those chips AND spring rolls but Oooh where were the veggies and proteins (a meat and veg filling for the sp.roll) Do you wear a helmet, that’s a good old speed…..tell me you don’t wear lycra tho! >


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