Six North Norfolk Wheelers left Itteringham on the club run to the Daisy Cafe at Hoe. A fairly stiff westerly meant a lot of hard work on the outward leg to Cawston, Booton, Eade’s Mill, Sparham, Bylaugh, Robertson Barracks and Gorgate. Some substantial tailwind was much appreciated on the way home via Worthing, the Waterfall bridge, over the climbs to Billingford, a fast couple of miles on the trans-Norfolk Highway and then the back roads through Foxley, Kerdiston, Odessa, Heydon Park and Oulton, before the split at Oulton Street.
Brian, Dave C, Harvey, Malcolm, Robin and Trevor made the most of another cold, bright and breezy day. Interestingly, it was discovered that one rider operates a diametrically different system of logic to the other members of today’s s**tet. It isn’t yet known whether this will have an adverse effect on navigation.
Distances ranged from about 48 miles to 70 miles.
Next Saturday, by request, picking up at Itteringham for Great Walsingham Barns, returning via Erpingham.