Wednesday, 10 September 2014

More blogging, less training!

Every minute of sunshine is exploited by cyclists in Scotland, and the never ending summer of 2014 has allowed our team to rack up a significant amount of training miles. However with every spare minute being spent in the saddle our blogs have not been as frequent as we would have liked. Apologies. 

So a few updates since our last entry; 

- Firstly the team would like to thank everyone who has donated to ABS so far. We have received some very generous donations which has taken us beyond our fundraising target one week before we set off for London. Donations can still be made at 

- We would also like to thank RYDER Architecture who have very kindly agreed to provide support to the riders during the trip in addition to our other sponsors Gerflor and MYB Textiles.  

- The second group ride covered 90 miles through the best of the Trossachs National Park, the infamous climbs of Tak Me Doon Road (Kilsyth) and Dukes Pass (Aberfoyle) were conquered by all. Our planned lunch stop on the banks of Loch Lubnaig wasn't to be due to a wedding, so we had to settle for coffee and cakes in Aberfoyle.    

- Team kit has been ordered so we will at least look professional as we roll out of Rutland Square. 

So with only 10 days to go I can only hope that this continued area of high pressure lingering over the UK stays around for a bit longer!

Stuart Gray delighted to be back in Glasgow after 2 years in Aberdeen

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