This was a ride of two halves: for the outward leg the temperature was between 5C and 10C, with a slight following breeze and occasional breaks in the cloud.
My route Eastwards was recorded on the GPX file made by Simon. We arrived on the dot of 3pm and were joined by Jacob.
The Church and its tea-room had been splendidly refurbished and we enjoyed a pleasant three quarters of an hour over tea.
Stan who had telephoned me earlier also joined us. Many locals were there too so I was pleased that business was not totally reliant on CTC custom!
After tea John E left us to make his way to St.Ives whilst we five returned via the Low Road, and across the fens to Upware and the Lodes Cycleway. Now the breeze was against us and brought increasing quantities of rain. By Quy it was raining quite hard. I was home at 5.15. Simon's GPS had recorded an outward distance of 22.2 miles. The return was unrecorded but would have been a few miles shorter. It was a round trip of about 40 miles. John Ferguson
Download GPS track (GPX).