A Life Together: Adventures in Tandem

BrianFox
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A Life Together: Adventures in Tandem

Postby BrianFox » 25 Apr 2018, 3:00pm

Cycling together on family holidays in the e-zine "Just Ride The Bike", written by my wife Sarah.

(ignore the link title, it is the right one)

https://www.justridethebike.com/copy-of ... xmoor-ride

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Re: A Life Together: Adventures in Tandem

Postby PH » 25 Apr 2018, 4:01pm

Brilliant, really enjoyed reading that.

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Re: A Life Together: Adventures in Tandem

Postby rjb » 25 Apr 2018, 7:06pm

Brilliant - we get out on ours most days, it's an excuse for a cake at a local cafe. But more detail about your Exmoor adventure would be good as it's on our doorstep, or should I say up above the Somerset levels. But don't go swimming at Bedruthan steps under any circumstances, the rip currents will sweep you out to sea. :wink:
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Re: A Life Together: Adventures in Tandem

Postby BrianFox » 25 Apr 2018, 7:48pm

rjb wrote:... But more detail about your Exmoor adventure would be good ...


Sorry, I wasn't clear enough. The link is mis-titled, we've never been to Exmoor, though I would like to some time.

There's an unrelated article actually about an Exmoor ride on the site: https://www.justridethebike.com/great-exmoor-ride

Bedruthan steps is a wonderful, magical place. Happy memories of paddling there, though not swimming. And I think parts of my lungs may still be left on the hill up to St Issey which we went up on the way back, and many other times, tandem, trailer and all.