Six times as many riders this week (12) made it to Congresbury and they duly set off for Godney in two groups, both of which opted for somewhat circuitous routes which included a fair amount go climbing, including the iconic Cheddar Gorge. Being Mother’s Day meant only nine of the original riders made it to Godney (others having to sneak home before their absence was noticed), but the stalwarts were rewarded with the usual delicious cake selection (including the largest flapjack slices yet discovered at one of our sunday coffee stops – there was a steady stream of cyclists stopping off from across the region so we aren’t the only ones to have noticed)

After refreshments the circuitous theme continued, taking in Mark and the Allertons on the way home, resulting in a good 100km spin, which despite taking in the levels managed 850m of climbing as well.

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