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Through the school and onto Wahroonga Rd, Tuggerawong Rd, Marks Rd, Peel St, and back to Jenny Dixon Reserve. Another top effort by our ride leader Margaret Latham, who brought everybody back safe and sound and also to Waz for looking after the tail. Group 1 collected 11 riders, while G2.0i had 23, let's hope they can muster up a report.
I believe everybody enjoyed the ride and thanks for coming. Paul Flacco led the ride, at a nice pace, not Skylarker stuff.
A beaut run down WBD to our first stop at North Entrance.
Then off to Toowoon Bay, such a lovely spot, for a, well, wait for me, actually, as I had stopped to take these glorious photographs appearing on this report.
It wasn't even very cold, just the combination of the two.
Col was our leader, and Doug and Warwick kept an eye on the back end.
Viv first, then Pam went home and left Richard to bring back the car from Peel Street.
Quite spectacular to watch, and Dave had a show on his leg to prove it.
Lunch was held at Vales Point Reserve, with the wind howling through us, as we watched the moored boats to see which way the wind was blowing. On the way back, Karen got her foot stuck in the cleat and fell on her knee, despite Kerry's best efforts to save her. The headwind didn't prove to be that bad so we all enjoyed our ride back.
Through the Wadalba CBD and along Minnesota Road to Sparky.
Up Hiawatha Road and down Hakone Road to Arizona Road, then make good use of the new footpath past the roundabout at Bunnings, Lake Haven, cross at the Refugee crossing and down Moala Pde to The Corso again, a couple of hundred metres from where we left it at Dudley.
so this time Dave put it in a puddle and found the exact spot on the tube, which turned out to be a tiny piece of glass in the tyre, so that was then fixed nicely.