A bright morning saw a sports ride and two B rides leave King’s Square.

The US Department of Defense spent untold billions of dollars creating the GPS system.  The “faster” B ride used this technology to pilot them through the scenic Cotswolds to arrive at coffee in Kemble.  On arrival, they found the “slower” B ride, that used the club’s very own (and slightly older) SatNev system, had arrived before them.

After coffee, the vice Captain foolishly tried to follow the club’s Queen of the Mountains up the Oakridge climb to Bisley.  He said that if “exercise induced asthma” is being out of breath, then he needed a maximum dose of Triamcinolone.