Tonight’s skate is brought to you by 3 Marshalls. John East for checking, and fine tuning the route, and for scouting on the night. Jenny and Flemming sharing the leading duties.
Heading to the smooth surfaces our west, then climbing to the top of Church-street avoiding the steeper hills, for a greatÂ glide back down.
This Friday, we will be skating through a mixÂ of old favourites from both Friday and Weds. A relatively flat route, past classic sights.
Smooth flat route following the river with out to Putney Bridge and back on the south bank.
Dusting an old route, last run just over two years ago, which hopefully will be a good last training session for Le Mans skaters before you start tapering.
For those not sure on the direction of the arrows we are going clockwise (out via Kensington, back via Regent’s Park).
Heading up towards Hamstead with a really nice route credit to Mira.
First half is relatively gentle uphill, with a nice continuous smooth descent all the way back to central London. Visiting a part of London that we do not visit as often as we could.
Weather permitting, we are heading to Chiswick, Turnham green Tube. A relatively flat smooth first half. Second half returns to Kensington Church Street for a nice downhill glide.
Classic loop up North. Skating up Abbey Road on way north, and returning via North Pole (Road). Might even have a downhill.
The Skate so good they named it twice.
A relatively smooth, free rolling route, medium paced overall. Hope to see you there.
Being totally mis-informed about which festivity is coming up, we are going to the North Pole. A relatively gentle route, with the worse of the hills avoided.