Don’t you just love it when something works out really well. And so it was with to-day’s ride. 4 Wheelers true met at PC to follow Robert to Mundesley. Robert had planned the route the night before but it didn’t quite work out as planned which was great – new lanes! It was basically Aldborough, Erpingham, Colby, Felmingham before turning north to take in Bradfield and Trunch before arriving in Mundesley. This sounds traditional, but an unorthodox left after the junction between Red Barn Lane and Mill Rd. set the tone for the ride – lots of little unusual twists.
The Corner Cafe at Mundesley is always nice to visit but we usually do so when wringing wet – how nice that the showers which we saw falling around the area left us completely alone. Malcolm met us at the cafe and joined us for a bit of the ride home.
The route back to PC was straightforward except for the “zig-zags” dialled in by Robert – there was no danger of being torpedoed by enemy submarines! And we were using little-trodden lanes.
Alan punctured loudly as we approached Gresham – this was notable for the “ever so impressive” use of a gas canister inflator.
The weather was good but a tad windy and we got a slight dusting of rain as we approached PC. Still – we expected a dousing.
A super ride. Many thanks, Robert.
5 out. 37 miles PC to PC. 1 puncture (impressively dealt with).