I went on a “Thursday Rural Ride” with the Adelaide Touring cyclists today.
While there was a small chance of a small amount of rain forecast we didn't see any rain.
The autumn scenery was quite pleasant and the leaves ar just beginning to turn colour.
The ride started at Woodside near the CFS and Pool and the group of eight travailed to the Lobethal Bakery for morning tea.
Via all sorts of roads and scenery
The number of times I have visited this business on a bicycle I wonder if they should have bike parking?
After a coffee and a cake for some the group travelled to Birdwood via sealed and unsealed roads where there was a lunch stop at the oval.
Then to Mount Torrens, Charleston via some back roads and back to Woodside via the Amy Gillet Bikeway.
The ride distance was just under 50 Km.
I found the unsealed and undulating surfaces challenging and feel like I will sleep well tonight.
It has been suggested if you ride in the hills you will find lots of hills.
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