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Sunday, 18 December 2011
Sunday 18 December, Tinsel Ride to Barnham
  First a few more HDR pictures. Just over a week ago I took another day trip to London for some more pictures. This first one was taken at Tooting Station on the Northern Line. This was taken close to the platform and at an angle for more drama. The shutter speed was slow to get movement in the train.

 

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The next picture was taken at London Bridge Station in a connecting Tunnel between the Jubilee Line and the Northern line. The Jubilee Line is quite futuristic and I titled this Tunnel to Infinity.

 

 

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  The next picture is taken at the West India Docks looking towards Canary Wharf.

 

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Today was the Tinsel Ride to Barnham led by Arthur and meeting at Chichester Cross. The weather was sunny and dry but very cold starting at 0C and rising to the dizzy heights of 5C. The local CTC members meeting at the Cross were Arthur, Lynn, Richard, Keith, Jan and myself (Edwin) We were joined by 5 friends of Arthur from the Moulton Club making 11 in all. Alan and Liz joined us at Elevenses and John and Harvey at lunch so 15 out on the day in total.

 

 

Arthur led us East via Shopwyke and then Tangmere. Then it was the cycle bridge over the A27. The bridge has a total distance 1/3 of a mile.

 

Then on via Boxgrove and Hanaker. Then it was a short climb on the A285 before turning off on a lane. We descended carefully with bits of ice to worry about. In a dip at the bottom the road was flooded fairly deep across. We made our way around and a considerate motorist waited behind until we were clear.

 

Then it was up to Eartham before descending to Aldingbourne for a welcome break. We were joined here by Alan and Liz. After the break Di was awarded the prize for best decorated bike.

 

We all gathered to set off again.

 

 

Arthur led us back via Fontwell and the underpass under the A27. Then it was down to Walberton and on to Barnham for lunch at Lily’s cafe where we took over. We were joined there by John Maxim, Harvey and also Chris Davies.

 

After lunch I headed straight home taking the Barnham cyclepath across the fields to Flansham and Felpham, Then back on the seafront. There were some quite dramatic clouds over the sea with the sun low behind them.

 

 

Mileage from and back to Chichester would have been about 21 miles. My mileage was 29 from Pagham.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:50 GMT
Sunday, 11 December 2011
Sunday 11 December, Ride to Queen Elizabeth Park

First a few more HDR pictures. Early this month I took advantage of some clear weather to take Dawn pictures on and around Bognor pier.

 

 

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For the next picture I played with some software to combine 3 pictures including a volcanic landscape on Lanzarote to create an image of a far off planet within a Galactic Nebula. When I put pictures on flickr the photo sharing website they gain total views from people around the world of in the region of 200 over several weeks or months. Something special happened to this picture. It was spotted by somebody in the Stumbleupon network. This is sort of a cross between a search engine and a social network. Somebody spotted the picture and clicked to say they liked it so it was recommended to their friends with similar interests and so on like a chain reaction. Since the picture was uploaded to flickr last Wednesday it has been viewed by over 1500 people from around the world

 

 

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The next picture is from last month and is another shot of the Docklands Light Rail tunnel under the Thames with a slow shutter speed pulling out of a station.

 

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The ride today was scheduled to go to Queen Elizabeth Country Park Cafe for lunch. The day started with heavy rain but this had eased to very light rain by the time I set off for Chichester Cross. I was the leader and only Sam joined me. Colin and Anne were off riding a Randonee. We saw and chatted to Chris on his way back from bell ringing but he did not join us on the ride. We were a little doubtful about the ride but in the end decided on a morning only ride to Compton for elevenses.

 

Sorry no pictures as I forgot my camera but the day was pretty dismal. The light rain continued for about 20 minutes after we set off but then dried up for the rest of the morning. I took a route via Centurion Way, West Stoke and Funtington. Then it was the B Road up via West Marden to Compton Stores for elevenses. While we were there 2 mountain bikers arrived spattered with mud from head to toe. The slightly horrified looking cafe lady asked if they planned to sit inside, but no they were sitting outside. Surprisingly she would have allowed them to sit inside but would have wanted to get something to cover the chairs.

 

We headed back via Finchdean, Rowlands Castle and Westbourne. It stayed dry until we got back to Chichester but light rain started again soon after. I was fairly well kitted out for the weather. Gortex coat and overtrousers and waterproof gloves and overshoes with somewhat less high tech but effective plastic bags inside. There’s a cycling saying much used by cycle magazine editors when reviewing waterproof cycle clothing and even more often by waterproof cycle clothing manufacturers and retailers. This is “There is no such thing as inappropriate weather for cycling, only inappropriate clothing” As I cycled back to Pagham against a strong headwind with rain getting heavier I tried to convince myself of how profound and true that statement is, sorry couldn’t quite manage it!

 

Mileage from and back to Chichester was 29. My mileage for the day was 39.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 15:49 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 11 December 2011 15:55 GMT
Sunday, 4 December 2011

Sunday 4 December. Christmas Lunch Ride

 

First a few more HDR pictures. The first one was another one taken a few weeks ago at the mushroom glade near Slindon. I took this shot by putting the Camera on the ground next to them.

 

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The next picture was taken back in June on the Loire trip and is of the stairs at Villandry Chateau

 

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Today there was a ride to the Clubs’ Christmas Lunch at The Spotted Cow, Hunston. The Appetite Improver ride was led by Anne and went to Compton for elevenses before returning to Hunston for lunch. Anne was joined at Chichester Cross at 08.30 by Sam, John and Colin. I joined later at Compton.

 

The weather was dry if cloudy and not as cold as it might have been at about 11C.

 

Anne led the ride via the climb to Pillygreen and down to East Dean. Then it was Lavant, West Stoke and Funtington and on to Compton. After elevenses Colin and John left to take longer routes home as they did not come to the Lunch.

 

Anne, Sam and I returned on the valley road with a slight downhill and tailwind. Then it was back via Funtington and West Ashling and from Chichester the Canal Path to Hunston. There were 17 for the lunch with most arriving by bike from various directions.

 

 

Mileage on the appetite improver ride from and back to Chichester was about 45.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:55 GMT
Sunday, 27 November 2011
Sunday 27 November, Ride to East Wittering
  First a few more HDR pictures. A week ago I did another day trip to London. The first one was taken on the Docklands Light Railway looking out the rear window of the last carriage as it went through the tunnel under the Thames near Greenwich. The feel of movement comes from the longer shutter speed. 

 

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The next picture is the Millennium Bridge and St Paul’s viewed from the South Bank.

 

 

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The next picture was taken next to St Pauls with a long shutter speed and Bus making a trail of light

 

 

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Sunday’s ride was a flat one to East Wittering. The day started with some heavy showers but cleared to sunshine by 9.30. It stayed bright and sunny the rest of the day, if somewhat windy and temperatures up to 12C.

 

Arthur was unable to lead the ride so I substituted. I was joined at the Cross by Avryl and Keith. Chris stopped off to say hello on the way back from bell ringing but did not join us.

 

 

Avryl and I had both received emails a few days ago from a new cafe just opened in West Wittering called The Landings. We decided to head straight there to try them out. I led the group via Appledram Lane and a section of The Salterns Way to Chichester Yacht basin. Then it was across the lock gates and over to Birdham Pool. We rode down the main road a little way before turning off on back lanes round to West Wittering.

 

The cafe is on the road towards the beach opposite the Pub. It was nicely done up and we enjoyed a pleasant break there helping Keith with his crossword.

 

 

Rather than take the main route we headed back on the lane we came in on a little way before taking another lane which came out in East Wittering, a short ride to lunch at The Boulevard Cafe.  After lunch we continued down to the sea watching big waves coming in and a lot of surfers.

 

 

Then it was lanes via Earnley and a very quiet one via Ham, one car in 10 minutes. Then on to Sidlesham and a brief stop by the harbour which had the benefit of High Tide and water instead of mud.

 

 

A little way up the road Keith turned off to go back via Pagham. Avryl and I continued on the cycle route across fields to Fisher and back via Runcton and Merston.

 

Mileage from and back to Chichester would have been about 25. My mileage for the day was 34.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:01 GMT
Sunday, 20 November 2011
Sunday 13 November. Graffham Ride
 

First a few more HDR pictures. The first one was taken last Tuesday. This one was along a bridlepath which goes through woods from just north of The Spur. I spotted in a glade a large number of Fungi -Mushrooms, Toadstools, no idea. Anyway I took this shot by putting the Camera on the ground next to them.

 

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The next picture was taken on a day trip to London in October on the South Bank looking towards the nearly finished Shard Skyscraper. This shot was taken on a tripod with the camera placed at an angle.

 

 

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Today I went to the Bognor Regis Cycling Club (local time trial racing club) annual lunch so missed the Sunday ride. Over to Avryl for her report on the Ride today.

 

 

 

 A sunny morning saw Sam, Richard and Avryl setting off from Chichester Cross at 10.0.  Harvey had arranged to meet us at Graffam having started from Walberton Pond.  We headed off to our coffee stop at Aldingbourne passing  Goodwood Aerodrome and Goodwood Hotel to Halnaker and hence via Tinwood Lane to sit out in the sunshine for our break at the Centre. We headed up to Eartham and Benges and then down the hill where at the bottom Richard left us.  As we approached Duncton Hill we hit a wall of fog and this was not going to leave us until we came out of the Downs again on our way back.  We needed lights on and to take great care.  At the bottom of the Hill we turned off to Seaford college and through the grounds to The White Horse at Graffam.  It was here that we met Harvey, Anne and Keith and just as we were leaving, Colin.   Anne and Colin headed off in a different direction to get some more miles in while we four continued to Heyshott. still enveloped in fog with little visibility.  We cycled up Cocking Hill and shortly after reaching the top the sky lightened and there we were in sunshine again.  I was subsequently told that the coastal area had been like this all day and with high temperatures for the time of year. 
We had a pleasant stop for tea at West Dean Gardens before heading for home via Lavant  where we split up and went in our various directions. 

Mileage 33mls.           Write-up by Leader. Avryl 


Posted by RideLeader at 21:04 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 20 November 2011 21:10 GMT
Sunday, 13 November 2011

Sunday 13 November. DA AGM Ride

 

First a few more HDR pictures. The first one was taken the Tuesday before last. After joining Arun Adur on part of their Tuesday ride I went to take some autumn pictures. This one was in Eartham Woods where I spotted a snail doing a spot of tree climbing

 

 

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The next picture was taken on a day trip to London in September on Open House Weekend. This shot was taken at City Hall lying down on the Assembly Chamber floor (something you get to do on Open House Weekend) The view is looking up at the spiral staircase above the chamber.

 

 

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Today was the DA AGM at Pulborough Village Hall. After a sometimes drab week the weather came up trumps with clear blue skies and temperatures up to a balmy 16C. Colin led the ride from Walberton Pond and he was joined by Anne and Jeff. They took a route via Madehurst, Bury and Fittleworth. I , Chris, Richard and Alan and Liz joined at the AGM so 8 out on the day.

 

I had panniers full of Cups, Paperwork and SLR Camera to take advantage of the weather. I took the train to Pulborough. I had a half hour to spare until the Hall was open so headed towards Broomers Hill to find Autumn leaves to photograph. I came across a footpath and decided to explore. Without having checked the map I accidentally came across this beautiful location. On the map it is near Holme St House. The picture has had the full HDR treatment.

 

The AGM was well attended with 20 members present. The existing Committee was re-elected unchanged.

 

After the meeting we all headed to The Rising Sun, Nutbourne for lunch and enjoyed the warm sun in the garden.

 

We had 3 canine visitors hoping for food.

 

 

I rode with Colin and Anne back via Fittleworth and the lane via Coates with some nice Autumn views.

 

 

 I left them at Burton Mill Pond to take some more pictures with my SLR. None of these have had the HDR treatment. This horse ride came along at a good moment.

 

This is some woods at the side of the road on the lane towards Barlavington and Duncton Hill.

 

 

After Duncton I headed back via the ridge road towards Goodwood and then down Pilleygreen and towards Tangmere. I stopped at the road bridge over the A27 as it was by now twilight and I spotted the chance to photograph some car trails. This is done by adjusting the camera to get a long shutter speed and record the car headlights and tail lights as trails of light. My first attempt at this.

 

 

A good day. My mileage was about 35 but not too sure as on the bike I was using the bike computer is not working.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 21:27 GMT
Sunday, 6 November 2011
Sunday 6 November. Ride to West Marden
 

First a few more HDR pictures, The first one was not strictly an HDR but had a lot of editing. It was a slide taken at Goodwood in 1996. During the week I scanned this and edited it especially to make the main rider stand out. This was put on flickr and is another picture to make the Explore pages (top 500 from 7 million uploads of that day)

 

 

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The next picture was taken last Tuesday. I joined Arun Adur on their Tuesday ride for elevenses at Walberton. I rode part way with them and then turned off to take Autumn Colour pictures. Tuesday was the only day of the week with some decent sunshine. The SLR and Tripod were in the panniers. This beautiful location is at a footpath which goes from Halnaker to Halnaker Mill. The path starts from the left of the A285 about 500 yards north of Tinwood Lane.

 

 

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Avryl’s notes on the ride follow with some of my notes and pictures.

 5 of us met at Chichester Cross at 10.0, Edwin, Richard, Ray,Harvey and Avryl (leader).   

 

It was a fine sunny day with a chillier wind than of late blowing from the N.E.  We headed off to Stansted House Garden Centre where we stopped for coffee taking the usual route – Clay Lane, Hambrook, Woodmancote and Aldsworth.  We were able to sit outside enjoying the sunshine – not bad for the first week in November!
 Then it was on the long gradual climb up to Forestside though the woods with their beautiful Autumn colours.

 

The lunch venue was The Victoria at West Marden where we met Gill and later were joined by Anne , Colin and 2 riders from Arun Adur.  

 

We rode together down the valley with some very pleasant cycling having the benefit of both a slight downhill and strong tailwind.
 

 

 After lunch we all rode or were blown along  together to Lavant where we split up and took different directions to home.
 Mileage to Chichester 26mls             Ridenotes by Leader 

Posted by RideLeader at 17:37 GMT
Sunday, 30 October 2011
Sunday 30 October. Ride to Cowfold
 

First a few more HDR pictures, The first one was taken on the Docklands Light Railway looking out the rear winow as it went through Canary Wharf.

 

 

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The next picture is Tower Bridge viewed from the South Bank.

 

 

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The next picture is a night view of buildings on the South Bank near Tower Bridge. This is another picture to reach the Explore pages, the top pictures on Flickr.

 

 

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Sundays ride was to the Camelia Botnar Garden Centre nr Cowfold. There was also a short ride led by Harvey going from Chichester to Littlehampton.

 

Colin led the long ride and he was joined at the Walberton Pond start by Sam, Anne and myself (Edwin) The weather was a bit dismal, although fairly dry to start it was cloudy and dark with bits of drizzle later. Later in the day there were periods of heavy drizzle/light rain. It was though very mild at about 16C.

 

The Autumn leaves were perfect though lacking a few rays of sunshine. Colin led us through Walberton and then up a wooded lane which leads to The Spur. The picture below does perhaps give the wrong impression; we were in fact ambling along at about 12 mph not 40.  It came about by accident. Because it was quite dark I was getting a long shutter speed. I could have increased the ISO but that is not easy to do on my compact while riding along one handed. The result is a nice impression of speed.

 

 

Colin then lead us on a short stretch of the A29 before turning off on the lane via Madehurst. The locals had put a few Guy Fawkes outside their houses. One was dressed in a morning suit and another looked very much like a roadworks man.

 

From the top it was the main road down Bury Hill and then lanes via West Burton and then Coldwaltham. Here we parted company. I was not 100% recovered from last Sundays cold and wanted a shorter ride. The rest were headed via Pulbough and then to Billingshurst for elevenses. I took the lane via Greatham Bridge. I came actoss 3 Arun Adur riders coming the other way headed to Petworth for elevenses and then Kirdford.

 

I took the usual route back via Amberley and stopped for a Hot Chocolate at Houghton Bridge. Then it was up the Hill and near the top I encountered this Steam Traction Engine. Possibly it had used up all its steam pressure getting up there. One thing about a bike is that you can stop and take a picture anywhere. I edited this later in Photoshop with a tool which gives it more detail and an HDR like look.

 

Another Autumn picture below with this fungus growing from the side of a log near the Spur, Slindon.

 

 

Some of the locals are taking Halloween quite seriously. I edited this shot to give it a surreal look.

 

 

My mileage from Pagham was 40 and with our 9.00am start from the Pond I was back by lunchtime.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:28 BST
Updated: Sunday, 30 October 2011 19:50 BST
Sunday, 23 October 2011
Sunday 23 October. AGM Ride West Stoke
 

First the latest HDR pictures are from another day trip to London on Saturday 15th October.

 

The first picture was taken at Clapham Common Tube Station, one of the few remaining where trains in both directions come in on the same platform. I put it on Flickr last Monday and it reached the Explore Pages for the day. This is a system on Flickr whereby the top 500 pictures of the day judged by a computer program based on the interest shown in them are added to this section. As about 7 million pictures are added to Flickr every day this is not easy to get into.

 

 

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The next picture was taken at Waterloo Tube Station on a moving walkway.

 

 

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The next picture was taken In Canada Square, Canary Wharf and again reached the Explore Pages

 

 

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The ride to the AGM today was quite short with a start at Chichester Cross to go to West Stoke Village Hall. Unfortunately there was only myself and Arthur at the start of the Official Ride. Luckily more went there direct and we had a total of 12 at the meeting.

 

The weather today was unusually warm for the time of year with temperatures up to 18C though with a strong southerly wind.

 

There were a few changes to the Committee; Mary resigned as Social Secretary due to other commitments. Dave Parsons moved up from deputy to Social Secretary. Philippa added the role of Deputy Social Secretary. Otherwise the Committee was unchanged.

 

The meeting went fairly quickly and after a picnic lunch in the Hall we made our way back on different routes.

 

 

My mileage for the day was 23.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 14:56 BST
Updated: Sunday, 23 October 2011 15:01 BST
Sunday, 16 October 2011
Sunday 16 October, Ride to the Harrow Steep
 

First a few more of my HDR pictures processed this last week. The first one is a Sunset taken at Bognor Beach looking out over Bognor Rocks at low tide opposite Marine Park Gardens.

 

 

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The next was an old slide taken in 2006 on the Death Valley Tour. The slide was scanned and then enhanced by creating 3 different exposures.

 

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The next was another one taken on the Salisbury Ride, this time of the Cathedral Altar.

 

 

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On today’s ride Colin was the leader and he was joined at the Cross by myself (Edwin) Sam, Roger, Jeff, Roger and John Wickens. We were joined at the Pub for the afternoon by Chris and Jim so 8 out during the day.

 

 

The weather was sunny most of the day starting off chilly but warming up to about 17C with light winds so very pleasant.

 

Colin led us first up Centurion Way with a brief stop to shed layers under the watchful gaze of some heifers.

 

 

Then it was on via Singleton and Cocking to turn off onto lanes via Didling and Elsted Marsh to stop for elevenses at Aylings Garden Centre, Trotton.

 

After a welcome break we continued on lanes via Chithurst passing its Monastery. There was a fair bit of climbing on pretty lanes we rarely use. We rode in between woodland just taking on an Autumn tinge.

 

Then it was on to Hill Brow. We followed this for a short way before turning off onto lanes I have not used before via  Stodham Park, a track over the Railway, a short stretch of cycle path alongside the A3 and then on to Sheet and Steep for lunch at the Harrow, Steep. This is an old type Pub where they do Cyclist sized portions for their food.

 

We were joined at lunch by Jim Jennings and Chris. Jeff left us to take a direct route home.

 

We headed off up the steep hill into Steep, Then it was lanes via Stroud and Ramsdean. Here I decided to take a direct route to tea to avoid overstraining my leg which had caused me trouble in the last few week. John joined me and we rode down to Buriton, up the short steep climb of Buriton Hill and a long descent through Buriton Woods.

 

 

Then it was gently down via Finchdean to stop for tea at Rowlands Castle.

 

Colin took the main group to skirt East Meon and then up to near HMS Mercury and down past the Bat and Ball and across to Cathrington with a steep climb and descent to Horndean and across to Rowlands Castle. Some of the group headed straight home. Colin, Sam and myself rode back via Westbourne and Woodmancote.

 

Mileage from and back to Chichester for the full route was 57. My mileage for the day from Pagham was 65.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 21:34 BST
Sunday, 9 October 2011
Sunday 9 October. Ride to Trotton
 

A few more Hdr shots processed this week. The first one is not strictly HDR though it does combine multiple exposures. With the warm weather and clear skies a week ago I decided to have a go at Photographing Star Trails. To get away from light pollution I cycled to Madehurst and the lane which dead ends by turning into a track which comes out at Bignor Hill. The picture was 40 exposures of 30 seconds so 20 minutes altogether. See the flickr link for full details of how it was done.

 

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This next picture of cycle racing was taken last June. I put it on Flickr a few days ago and it reached the Explore Pages for the day. This is a system on Flickr whereby the top 500 pictures of the day judged by a computer program based on the interest shown in them are added to this section. As about 7 million pictures are added to Flickr every day this is not easy to get into.

 

 

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The next picture was taken at Candes St Martin on the Loire from a bridge over the river.

 

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Today the ride was to Aylings Garden Centre, Trotton. Gill was not able to lead the ride so Anne took over. She was joined at Chichester Cross by Sam, Colin and Brian and Sue on their shining Roberts Bikes. I went as far as the Cross but then planned my own short ride on the flat. I had inflamed my hip injury last Sunday enough to be limping all week so was taking it easy.

 

The weather was cloudy with some sunny spells with a SW wind but a little warmer than the last few days at 21C. I took a picture as everybody set off. I think the plan was to go to Compton for elevenses and then on to Trotton for Lunch.

 


 

I took a ride via Oving and Barnham and then down the cycle path to Felpham and an elevenses stop The Lobster Pot on Felpham Sea Front. The view from the sea front was not as clear blue skies as last Sunday but it was still quite pleasant.

 

My mileage was 24 for the day or rather morning.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 14:22 BST
Updated: Sunday, 9 October 2011 14:25 BST
Saturday, 8 October 2011
Bognor Library to Littlehampton - LookSea Centre

A dull afternoon, but not too windy and no rain, temperature about 13 degrees - 10 degrees lower than the previous week!

Nine of us set out from Bognor (is this a record for an October Saturday??) - Julian, Alan, Val, Christine, Steve, Carol, Janet, Ray, and myself. 


After a short delay (Carol had punctured a brand new inner tube!)  we went (legally for some of the way) along the promenade to Middleton, then through the private estate to Elmer and the path through Ancton woods. Depsite recent rain, the path through the woods was rock solid and bone dry.

Leaving Bognor


 Crossing Grevatt's Bridge

 

off roading

Then it was via Climping Street, Climping School, and the footbridge, into Littlehampton and the lookSea Centre.

 

 

 

Julian discovered that access to the viewing tower was free, so after some refreshment, we went up to have a look... a first for several on the ride. 


Val and Christine left us at Littlehampton, heading east to Worthing and shoreham respectively, whilst  the rest of us returned to Bognor via the Marina, under the A259 bridge (very wet & muddy, but we used an avoiding path and kept completely dry), then along the seriously under-used official cyclepath, constructed at great expense through Climping.

Janet & Ray left us at that point to return via tarmac, whilst the rest of us returned through Ancton Wood back to Middleton, Felpham & Bognor. 

The round trip mileage from and back to, Bognor library was 15.2 - I did 20.8 in all, including to and from home. 

Graham


Posted by RideLeader at 21:41 BST
Updated: Saturday, 8 October 2011 22:23 BST
Sunday, 2 October 2011

Sunday 2nd October. Ride to Kirdford

 

First a few more HDR images processed this week. The first one below is from the upper floor of the Lloyds Building showing all of the central Atrium down to the floor.

 

 

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The next one is not far from Lloyds looking up at the Gherkin.

 

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On Thursday I rode over to Tangmere Museum and took some pictures inside. There are 2 hangers where Photography is allowed but not in the small exhibit rooms. This one is the Hawker Hunter which set the 1953 World Airspeed Record. Some of the processing added to the shine a little.

 

 

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  For the ride today I was the leader and I was joined at Chichester Cross by Sam, Roger and Gill. We were joined at Kirdford and for the afternoon by Chris and John Maxim. Alan and Liz made their own way and met us at Kirdford. 

Like all week weather was in summer heat wave mode reaching about 26C locally but higher further east. It was blue skies all day.

 

We headed east out of Chichester via Westhamptnett . Then it was the gradual climb up to Pillygreen on quiet roads. The picture below was when we stopped briefly after the steepest part of the climb.

 

Then it was along the ridge road with great views down to the coast. Then the main road and down Duncton Hill before a sharp right at the bottom on to quiet lanes. Ups and downs then to stop at Tiffins, Petworth for tea.

 

Then it was on lanes via Balls Cross to stop for lunch at Kirdford Village Stores Cafe. This was obviously popular with local cyclists with large numbers there when we arrived. Luckily most had left by the time we settled down to lunch.

 

 

After lunch we headed up a gradual climb via Brinksole towards Byworth. We stopped to regroup at a junction.

 

We continued on lanes via Byworth and Coates to West Burton and Bury. Then it was across to Houghton, up the hill and down the main road to Arundel for tea at the Putting Green Cafe. This was the last chance as they close after today until Easter.

 

My return home included a ride on Bognor Prom. This picture taken near Butlins really sums up the day and the previous week.

 

 

Mileage from and back to Chichester would have been about 53. My mileage for the day was 58.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 20:58 BST
Sunday, 25 September 2011
Sunday 25 September. Ride to Midhurst
 

First a few more HDR pictures from my day trip to London a week ago.  After visiting Lloyds and City Hall I went on to do some photographic exploration of the Jubilee Line Extension which is the newest part of the London Underground with some quite spectacular stations. Each one is different but with a common theme of metallic silver after the Queens Silver Jubilee. They all have a futuristic look.

 

This first one is at Southwark Station This shot reminded me of the corridor of a Star Ship like the Enterprise. I aimed to enhance that look in the processing. It was not too difficult to wait for it to be free of people between trains at 2.50 pm on a Saturday. I think that permits are required for professional photography but casual photographs are allowed but no tripods and no flash. The best approach would seem to be not to hang around one station too long.

 

 

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  The next shot is again at Southwark Station. The Jubilee line is the only one to have these protective barriers and the train always stops so its doors line up exactly with the doors in the barriers. 

 

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Today’s ride was to the Tea Pot Cafe, Midhurst starting either from Walberton Pond or at the elevenses stop at Wiggonholt. Gill was the leader but was unable to do it though she came along to saw hello. I took over and I was joined at the Pond by Sam, Avryl and Phil and Verna from Worthing on their Tandem.

 

The weather today was very good with warm sunny spells and about 20C. It was cloudy early afternoon with a SW wind.

 

We took a direct route to Wiggonholt via Madehurst and Amberley. At Wiggonholt Alan and Liz joined us for elevenses. They preferred to go at their own pace and joined us later for lunch.

 

We rode on pleasant lanes via Coldwatham and Coates. Then it was a nice quiet closed road via Burton Mill Pond. Then it was lanes passing north of Graffham to Selham and past the Polo grounds. Then it was more lanes and on to Midhurst and lunch in the back area of the Teapot Cafe.

 

In the afternoon while Alan and Liz headed back to Wiggonholt the rest of us took lanes via Bepton to Cocking. Then it was up the hill and down the main road via Singleton to stop for tea at West Dean Gardens.

 

We returned on the upper Centurion Way navigating between nettles to Lavant. Here Avryl, Phil and Verna headed east while Sam and I continued south..

 

Mileage from and back to Walberton Pond would have been about 48. My mileage for the day was 57.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 18:09 BST
Updated: Sunday, 25 September 2011 18:19 BST
Sunday, 18 September 2011
Sunday 18th September. Ride to Exton
 

First a word about my photographic activities on Saturday. I took the train to London for The Open House London Weekend. This involves about 700 buildings not normally open to the Public being open for free just for this one weekend of the year. This is usually the 3rd weekend of September. This was the first time I had tried it. After a lot of History in the Loire I went for the ultra modern visiting Lloyds and the New City Hall on the South Bank.

 

I caught the first train and got to Lloyds by opening time at 10.00. There was a very long queue round the block. Still they coped with it well and it was only about 30 minutes to get in. It is a really dramatic building outside and even more so inside. There is a large Atrium going up the middle of the building from the trade floor to the top. The shot below was an HDR taken from the 4th floor. The location where I was there was a railing lined with Photographers. I heard a few other HDR clicks. Click, Click, Clack, 3 automatically taken pictures at different exposures. One lady told me my Camera made a nice noise!

 

 

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After a walk across the City and over Tower Bridge I explored City Hall, this is a recent building to house the London Assembly and Offices of the Mayor, Boris’s Pad! The picture below shows the Assembly Chamber at the bottom and the dramatic spiral staircase above. The staircase goes up in ever decreasing circles.

 

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On Sunday the Ride was to The Shoe at Exton. I was the leader and I was joined by just Sam and Colin. The weather was fairly mixed today, starting dry and then sunny spells and showers from mid morning. I took a route via Centurion Way and West Stoke. Then it was on via Funtington. Quite a few Vintage cars were coming towards us, part of a car rally no doubt headed for the Goodwood Revival Meeting.  I took the B Road towards West Marden but turned off before the village up a steep climb. The picture below is of Colin being overtaken by a horse.

 

 

On the descent from Forrestside a wasp collided with me and got caught between my glasses rims and my forehead above the eye with the inevitable sting. After being stung last Sunday I felt that was most unfair.

 

We continued via Chalton to Queen Elizabeth Country Park for elevenses.  At the cafe I asked for some vinegar to treat the sting, it draws out some of the venom stopping stinging and itching but not swelling. The girl asked White or Balsamic Vinegar! I told her any sort would do. From my research after the last sting I gather exercise is not helpful. As the swelling was growing I was also worried about the eye closing up some distance from home.

 

I decided to return early at an easy pace and passed on the lead to Colin. I assured him I would be fine as there was no general reaction.

 

 

On the way back east of Rowlands Castle I saw Arthur and Lynn leading a Moulton Club group.

 

At Hunston just after getting on the Cycle Path I skidded on a muddy bit falling off on my bad leg side. Luckily no injuries, only minor bruises, still I have had better days.

 

Despite coming back early I did 50 miles for the day.

 

Edwin

 

Posted by RideLeader at 18:39 BST
Updated: Thursday, 22 September 2011 20:29 BST
Sunday, 11 September 2011
Sunday 11 September. Ride to Selborne

Today Anne was the leader but there were only two of us on the ride with myself (Edwin) being the only other taker.

 

The weather was better than expected and although very windy it was dry save for one short shower after lunch and even some sun.

 

Anne took us on a route via West Stoke where we picked up the signed route of The Southern Sportive, a major local Sportive starting in Petersfield with 800 riders. Without knowing anything about it Anne had managed to plan a route taking the Southern Sportive Route all the way to Petersfield. We started seeing riders at West Marden.

 

We rode via Compton and then across to the climb to Buriton with a nice ride through the beach woods on the way up.

 

 

 Then it was on to Petersfield Square for elevenses at Costa Coffee.

 

Then it was on via Steep, very appropriate as we climbed a vertical wall and then saw the Village sign at the top. Then it was on a rolling ride with scenic views on very quite lanes via Oakshot and Hawkley. As we neared Selborne I was stung on the arm by a wasp. I think it was very ill tempered of it to blame me just because it wasn’t looking where it was going (like a road rage motorist)

 

I bought some antihistamines at the Village Shop, must remember to pack some on the bike. As we both had sandwiches we stopped for lunch in the Churchyard with a nice view.

 

 

We had a look at the Pub afterwards to make sure nobody had come direct. The return ride was more quiet, little tried, lanes via Tilsted, Froxfield and Ramsdean where we picked up the Sportive Riders returning to Petersfield. They generally came past us with a whoosh..

 

Then it was the very steep, 18% by my bike computer, climb of Buriton Hill and down to Rowlands Castle for tea and some of their excellent Apple Pie and Ice Cream. The return was on the usual route via Westbourne and Woodmancote.

 

Mileage from and back to Chichester was 67. My mileage for the day was 80.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 21:22 BST
Saturday, 10 September 2011
Saturday Ride 10th September 2011
I took over the Saturday 10th September ride from Philippa as she was unable to make it. I waited at the Chichester Library for the 2 pm start and the first two to arrive were Janet and Ray followed by Val, we were just about to leave when Alan turned up 
Because of the chance of rain no one was that keen to go all the way to Earnley so we just went as far as Chichester Marina for a coffee stop and then took the road to Hunston, halfway along we joined the canal path until we arrived at Hunston and then continued along the canal path back to Chichester

Not a long ride but despite all the black clouds it never actually rained

 

Julian Larter


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Updated: Tuesday, 13 September 2011 18:11 BST
Sunday, 4 September 2011
Sunday 4th September Arun Crossings Ride
 

First another HDR picture. This is one of Salisbury Cathedral taken last week. The view is looking down the Cathedral from the middle towards the West Front. The Eagle Lectern is polished brass.

 

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Today was the Arun Crossings Ride DA Event led by Colin. The weather forcast was quite bad and proved fairly accurate except that the rain arrived a little late at about 11.00. Those joining Colin at Pulborough were Dave and Vicky Fox, Richard Boulton, Bob Moore and John Clarke. Dave, Vicky and John left after elevenses and Chris Dart joined at Lunch.

 

I still have an aversion to off-road so I joined the Group for elevenses at Wisborough Green. This was at the former Penelopes Cafe, now reopened under new Owners as the Old Mill Cafe.

 

After elevenses the rain came on quite heavy. While the rest took to the tracks I headed by road direct to The Blue Ship, The Haven NW of Billingshurst for lunch.

 

I managed one picture under the shelter of a sun? shade outside the Pub as everybody was getting ready to leave.

 

Edwin

 

Posted by RideLeader at 17:31 BST
Tuesday, 30 August 2011
Salisbury Weekend Saturday 27 to Monday 29 August
 

There were 5 of us on the Bank Holiday weekend away, myself, John Maxim, Colin, Anne and Richard Boulton.

 

John led us to Salisbury on the Saturday with an early 8.30 start from Chichester Cross. We rode via Compton and Clanfield to elevenses at Lotts Cafe, Hambledon. Here it was beans on toast all round. Then it was on via Bishops Waltham and Fishers Pond to stop for lunch at a Garden Centre at Brambridge.

 

Over lunch we had the one shower of substance which didn’t last long. We retrieved our bikes in the teeth of a pack of vicious Alsatians in a car which had parked by our bikes while we were at lunch. The bikes as well as the car were very safe from theft. On the way out we came across a man with an Owl.

 

 

Then it was on a back road north of Eastleigh and lanes north of Romsey and a tea stop at a Caravan Park Cafe. Then it was more lanes I had not tried before via Downton and north to our B&B at Odstock 2 miles south of Salisbury.

 

Mileage for the day for me from Pagham was 75. The accommodation was separate in the Garden. Colin and I had the most spacious, a Norwegian style Cabin.

 

Breakfast the next morning was from the supplies in our accommodation. We gathered in the Cabin and the picture below is an HDR view.

 

 

For Sunday we had decided on a ride to Shaftsbury and I was nominated to lead. There was some intermittent very light rain in the morning which cleared to sunshine by afternoon. We took a route on back lanes along the valley of the River Ebble via Coombe Bissett, Broad Chalke and Berwick St John. Just before Shaftsbury we crossed the border into Dorset so the weekend took in 4 counties, Sussex, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset.

 

After lunch we visited Shaftsbury’s famous Gold Hill used in the Hovis advert. This hill is seriously steep but Colin decided to try riding up it. Anne also decided to against her better judgment, very steep, wet cobbles and lichen like growths!

 

Below is a picture of Hovis Man and Hovis woman riding up the Hill.

 

Oops!  Anne comes a cropper. Luckily no injuries save for pride so nobody was hurt in the production of this picture!

 

 

On the way back different lanes were taken via Tisbury to head towards Wilton for tea. A few miles short at Barford St Martin we came to a rolling road closure. This was for the Twinings Pro-Am Tour Cycling Road Race. This is part of the Premier Calendar UK professional series of Road Races. We had coincidentally come on a 5 mile circuit which the riders were going round a few times at the finish of the race. We watched the riders pass and then rode on following the route. At the next junction the Marshal’s stopped us again for the riders to go past.

 

 

We then had about 10 minutes to get to Wilton to the finish ahead of the riders on the last lap. We rode fast with a tailwind, a sign 3 Kilometres to go, then 2 Kilometres to go, then 1 Kilometre to go, still ahead of the Peloton!  In the end we got there in plenty of time for the Sprint.

 

After tea in Wilton we headed back to base on back roads with a big climb over downs. 50 miles for the day.

 

On Monday while the rest rode back I went to Salisbury to take pictures of Salisbury Cathedral. I had my SLR in the Panniers and Tripod strapped to the rack. After a few hours taking pictures I rode to Southampton to get the train back. I got to the Cathedral for opening time at 9.00 for people free pictures. By 11.00 swarms of Tourists were pouring in.

 

The picture below is an HDR picture of the new Font completed in 2008. The water makes a great reflection.

 

 

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The picture below is an HDR picture looking down the length of the Cathedral from the West Front.

 

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My mileage for the day was 34.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 18:22 BST
Updated: Thursday, 1 September 2011 21:44 BST
Sunday, 28 August 2011
Sunday 28th August. Ride to Prinsted
 Only Ray from Arun Adur and us (Alan and Liz at the Cross)  at the Cross ,we set off down West street to Clay Lane into a strong westerly wind luckily the sun came out to warm it up a bit.  We turned left at Ratham Lane the 1st left after the bypass bridge into Brooks lane down to Broadbridge crossed on to Walton lane  



Then it was to Stumps lane round the harbour path (the tide was in!) to the cafe for coffee. As we left for the Boaters  Bar, Prinsted the heavens opened and so we sheltered for quite a long time.  When it stopped and still looked rain we "abandoned ship" and returned to Chichester canal basin for some lunch.

 



Ray went back via Pagham and we went home catching more showers on the way.

 



Alan


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Updated: Monday, 29 August 2011 20:47 BST

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8 Apr, 13 > 14 Apr, 13
1 Apr, 13 > 7 Apr, 13
18 Mar, 13 > 24 Mar, 13
11 Mar, 13 > 17 Mar, 13
4 Mar, 13 > 10 Mar, 13
25 Feb, 13 > 3 Mar, 13
11 Feb, 13 > 17 Feb, 13
21 Jan, 13 > 27 Jan, 13
14 Jan, 13 > 20 Jan, 13
7 Jan, 13 > 13 Jan, 13
31 Dec, 12 > 6 Jan, 13
17 Dec, 12 > 23 Dec, 12
10 Dec, 12 > 16 Dec, 12
3 Dec, 12 > 9 Dec, 12
26 Nov, 12 > 2 Dec, 12
12 Nov, 12 > 18 Nov, 12
5 Nov, 12 > 11 Nov, 12
29 Oct, 12 > 4 Nov, 12
22 Oct, 12 > 28 Oct, 12
15 Oct, 12 > 21 Oct, 12
8 Oct, 12 > 14 Oct, 12
1 Oct, 12 > 7 Oct, 12
17 Sep, 12 > 23 Sep, 12
10 Sep, 12 > 16 Sep, 12
27 Aug, 12 > 2 Sep, 12
20 Aug, 12 > 26 Aug, 12
13 Aug, 12 > 19 Aug, 12
6 Aug, 12 > 12 Aug, 12
30 Jul, 12 > 5 Aug, 12
16 Jul, 12 > 22 Jul, 12
9 Jul, 12 > 15 Jul, 12
2 Jul, 12 > 8 Jul, 12
25 Jun, 12 > 1 Jul, 12
18 Jun, 12 > 24 Jun, 12
11 Jun, 12 > 17 Jun, 12
4 Jun, 12 > 10 Jun, 12
28 May, 12 > 3 Jun, 12
21 May, 12 > 27 May, 12
14 May, 12 > 20 May, 12
23 Apr, 12 > 29 Apr, 12
16 Apr, 12 > 22 Apr, 12
9 Apr, 12 > 15 Apr, 12
2 Apr, 12 > 8 Apr, 12
26 Mar, 12 > 1 Apr, 12
19 Mar, 12 > 25 Mar, 12
12 Mar, 12 > 18 Mar, 12
5 Mar, 12 > 11 Mar, 12
27 Feb, 12 > 4 Mar, 12
20 Feb, 12 > 26 Feb, 12
13 Feb, 12 > 19 Feb, 12
6 Feb, 12 > 12 Feb, 12
30 Jan, 12 > 5 Feb, 12
23 Jan, 12 > 29 Jan, 12
16 Jan, 12 > 22 Jan, 12
9 Jan, 12 > 15 Jan, 12
2 Jan, 12 > 8 Jan, 12
19 Dec, 11 > 25 Dec, 11
12 Dec, 11 > 18 Dec, 11
5 Dec, 11 > 11 Dec, 11
28 Nov, 11 > 4 Dec, 11
21 Nov, 11 > 27 Nov, 11
14 Nov, 11 > 20 Nov, 11
7 Nov, 11 > 13 Nov, 11
31 Oct, 11 > 6 Nov, 11
24 Oct, 11 > 30 Oct, 11
17 Oct, 11 > 23 Oct, 11
10 Oct, 11 > 16 Oct, 11
3 Oct, 11 > 9 Oct, 11
26 Sep, 11 > 2 Oct, 11
19 Sep, 11 > 25 Sep, 11
12 Sep, 11 > 18 Sep, 11
5 Sep, 11 > 11 Sep, 11
29 Aug, 11 > 4 Sep, 11
22 Aug, 11 > 28 Aug, 11
15 Aug, 11 > 21 Aug, 11
8 Aug, 11 > 14 Aug, 11
1 Aug, 11 > 7 Aug, 11
25 Jul, 11 > 31 Jul, 11
18 Jul, 11 > 24 Jul, 11
11 Jul, 11 > 17 Jul, 11
4 Jul, 11 > 10 Jul, 11
27 Jun, 11 > 3 Jul, 11
20 Jun, 11 > 26 Jun, 11
13 Jun, 11 > 19 Jun, 11
6 Jun, 11 > 12 Jun, 11
23 May, 11 > 29 May, 11
16 May, 11 > 22 May, 11
9 May, 11 > 15 May, 11
2 May, 11 > 8 May, 11
25 Apr, 11 > 1 May, 11
18 Apr, 11 > 24 Apr, 11
11 Apr, 11 > 17 Apr, 11
4 Apr, 11 > 10 Apr, 11
28 Mar, 11 > 3 Apr, 11
21 Mar, 11 > 27 Mar, 11
14 Mar, 11 > 20 Mar, 11
7 Mar, 11 > 13 Mar, 11
28 Feb, 11 > 6 Mar, 11
21 Feb, 11 > 27 Feb, 11
14 Feb, 11 > 20 Feb, 11
7 Feb, 11 > 13 Feb, 11
31 Jan, 11 > 6 Feb, 11
24 Jan, 11 > 30 Jan, 11
17 Jan, 11 > 23 Jan, 11
10 Jan, 11 > 16 Jan, 11
3 Jan, 11 > 9 Jan, 11
13 Dec, 10 > 19 Dec, 10
6 Dec, 10 > 12 Dec, 10
22 Nov, 10 > 28 Nov, 10
15 Nov, 10 > 21 Nov, 10
8 Nov, 10 > 14 Nov, 10
25 Oct, 10 > 31 Oct, 10
18 Oct, 10 > 24 Oct, 10
11 Oct, 10 > 17 Oct, 10
4 Oct, 10 > 10 Oct, 10
27 Sep, 10 > 3 Oct, 10
20 Sep, 10 > 26 Sep, 10
13 Sep, 10 > 19 Sep, 10
6 Sep, 10 > 12 Sep, 10
30 Aug, 10 > 5 Sep, 10
23 Aug, 10 > 29 Aug, 10
16 Aug, 10 > 22 Aug, 10
9 Aug, 10 > 15 Aug, 10
2 Aug, 10 > 8 Aug, 10
26 Jul, 10 > 1 Aug, 10
19 Jul, 10 > 25 Jul, 10
5 Jul, 10 > 11 Jul, 10
28 Jun, 10 > 4 Jul, 10
21 Jun, 10 > 27 Jun, 10
14 Jun, 10 > 20 Jun, 10
7 Jun, 10 > 13 Jun, 10
31 May, 10 > 6 Jun, 10
24 May, 10 > 30 May, 10
10 May, 10 > 16 May, 10
3 May, 10 > 9 May, 10
26 Apr, 10 > 2 May, 10
19 Apr, 10 > 25 Apr, 10
12 Apr, 10 > 18 Apr, 10
5 Apr, 10 > 11 Apr, 10
29 Mar, 10 > 4 Apr, 10
22 Mar, 10 > 28 Mar, 10
15 Mar, 10 > 21 Mar, 10
8 Mar, 10 > 14 Mar, 10
1 Mar, 10 > 7 Mar, 10
22 Feb, 10 > 28 Feb, 10
15 Feb, 10 > 21 Feb, 10
8 Feb, 10 > 14 Feb, 10
1 Feb, 10 > 7 Feb, 10
25 Jan, 10 > 31 Jan, 10
18 Jan, 10 > 24 Jan, 10
11 Jan, 10 > 17 Jan, 10
4 Jan, 10 > 10 Jan, 10
21 Dec, 09 > 27 Dec, 09
14 Dec, 09 > 20 Dec, 09
7 Dec, 09 > 13 Dec, 09
30 Nov, 09 > 6 Dec, 09
23 Nov, 09 > 29 Nov, 09
16 Nov, 09 > 22 Nov, 09
9 Nov, 09 > 15 Nov, 09
2 Nov, 09 > 8 Nov, 09
26 Oct, 09 > 1 Nov, 09
19 Oct, 09 > 25 Oct, 09
12 Oct, 09 > 18 Oct, 09
5 Oct, 09 > 11 Oct, 09
28 Sep, 09 > 4 Oct, 09
21 Sep, 09 > 27 Sep, 09
14 Sep, 09 > 20 Sep, 09
7 Sep, 09 > 13 Sep, 09
31 Aug, 09 > 6 Sep, 09
24 Aug, 09 > 30 Aug, 09
10 Aug, 09 > 16 Aug, 09
3 Aug, 09 > 9 Aug, 09
27 Jul, 09 > 2 Aug, 09
20 Jul, 09 > 26 Jul, 09
13 Jul, 09 > 19 Jul, 09
6 Jul, 09 > 12 Jul, 09
29 Jun, 09 > 5 Jul, 09
22 Jun, 09 > 28 Jun, 09
15 Jun, 09 > 21 Jun, 09
8 Jun, 09 > 14 Jun, 09
1 Jun, 09 > 7 Jun, 09
25 May, 09 > 31 May, 09
18 May, 09 > 24 May, 09
11 May, 09 > 17 May, 09
27 Apr, 09 > 3 May, 09
20 Apr, 09 > 26 Apr, 09
13 Apr, 09 > 19 Apr, 09
6 Apr, 09 > 12 Apr, 09
30 Mar, 09 > 5 Apr, 09
23 Mar, 09 > 29 Mar, 09
16 Mar, 09 > 22 Mar, 09
9 Mar, 09 > 15 Mar, 09
23 Feb, 09 > 1 Mar, 09
16 Feb, 09 > 22 Feb, 09
9 Feb, 09 > 15 Feb, 09
2 Feb, 09 > 8 Feb, 09
19 Jan, 09 > 25 Jan, 09
12 Jan, 09 > 18 Jan, 09
22 Dec, 08 > 28 Dec, 08
8 Dec, 08 > 14 Dec, 08
1 Dec, 08 > 7 Dec, 08
24 Nov, 08 > 30 Nov, 08
10 Nov, 08 > 16 Nov, 08
3 Nov, 08 > 9 Nov, 08
27 Oct, 08 > 2 Nov, 08
13 Oct, 08 > 19 Oct, 08
6 Oct, 08 > 12 Oct, 08
1 Sep, 08 > 7 Sep, 08
25 Aug, 08 > 31 Aug, 08
18 Aug, 08 > 24 Aug, 08
11 Aug, 08 > 17 Aug, 08
4 Aug, 08 > 10 Aug, 08
21 Jul, 08 > 27 Jul, 08
14 Jul, 08 > 20 Jul, 08
7 Jul, 08 > 13 Jul, 08
30 Jun, 08 > 6 Jul, 08
23 Jun, 08 > 29 Jun, 08
16 Jun, 08 > 22 Jun, 08
9 Jun, 08 > 15 Jun, 08
2 Jun, 08 > 8 Jun, 08
26 May, 08 > 1 Jun, 08
19 May, 08 > 25 May, 08
12 May, 08 > 18 May, 08
5 May, 08 > 11 May, 08
28 Apr, 08 > 4 May, 08
21 Apr, 08 > 27 Apr, 08
14 Apr, 08 > 20 Apr, 08
7 Apr, 08 > 13 Apr, 08
31 Mar, 08 > 6 Apr, 08
17 Mar, 08 > 23 Mar, 08
10 Mar, 08 > 16 Mar, 08
3 Mar, 08 > 9 Mar, 08
25 Feb, 08 > 2 Mar, 08
18 Feb, 08 > 24 Feb, 08
11 Feb, 08 > 17 Feb, 08
4 Feb, 08 > 10 Feb, 08
28 Jan, 08 > 3 Feb, 08
21 Jan, 08 > 27 Jan, 08
14 Jan, 08 > 20 Jan, 08
7 Jan, 08 > 13 Jan, 08
24 Dec, 07 > 30 Dec, 07
17 Dec, 07 > 23 Dec, 07
10 Dec, 07 > 16 Dec, 07
26 Nov, 07 > 2 Dec, 07
19 Nov, 07 > 25 Nov, 07
12 Nov, 07 > 18 Nov, 07
5 Nov, 07 > 11 Nov, 07
29 Oct, 07 > 4 Nov, 07
22 Oct, 07 > 28 Oct, 07
15 Oct, 07 > 21 Oct, 07
8 Oct, 07 > 14 Oct, 07
1 Oct, 07 > 7 Oct, 07
17 Sep, 07 > 23 Sep, 07
10 Sep, 07 > 16 Sep, 07
3 Sep, 07 > 9 Sep, 07
20 Aug, 07 > 26 Aug, 07
13 Aug, 07 > 19 Aug, 07
6 Aug, 07 > 12 Aug, 07
30 Jul, 07 > 5 Aug, 07
23 Jul, 07 > 29 Jul, 07
16 Jul, 07 > 22 Jul, 07
9 Jul, 07 > 15 Jul, 07
2 Jul, 07 > 8 Jul, 07
25 Jun, 07 > 1 Jul, 07
18 Jun, 07 > 24 Jun, 07
11 Jun, 07 > 17 Jun, 07
4 Jun, 07 > 10 Jun, 07
28 May, 07 > 3 Jun, 07
21 May, 07 > 27 May, 07
14 May, 07 > 20 May, 07
7 May, 07 > 13 May, 07
30 Apr, 07 > 6 May, 07
23 Apr, 07 > 29 Apr, 07
16 Apr, 07 > 22 Apr, 07
2 Apr, 07 > 8 Apr, 07
26 Mar, 07 > 1 Apr, 07
19 Mar, 07 > 25 Mar, 07
5 Mar, 07 > 11 Mar, 07
12 Feb, 07 > 18 Feb, 07
5 Feb, 07 > 11 Feb, 07
22 Jan, 07 > 28 Jan, 07
15 Jan, 07 > 21 Jan, 07
8 Jan, 07 > 14 Jan, 07
7 Jan, 02 > 13 Jan, 02
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