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.
Here comes the opportunity to slowly drift through the streets of London. If my memory serves well, nice an smooth, nice and slot.
As a reminder, this is the last (Sun)day of the Month, so its a slower, smoother snail stroll.
This week we are introducing a brand new LM – Carl, expertly assited by Ben. We hope to see you all, and help provide expert assistance.
Swinging out to Clapham Common,Â cuting out the nasty hill. We promise to keep the same chilled out pace, and keeping you grooving to the best of the 60s.
This Friday is Good Friday. Tradition dictates that we do the Long Good Friday Night Skate. As itâ€™s long, we start at 7pm at the Wellington Arch. There will be 3 sections, each with a different lead marshal and break between each section. Your LMs for the night will be Alan, Richard and Flemming. The route isÂ the (former) circle line where we will be skating a route that roughly skates on top of the circle as it was before it grew an appendage. If you turn your head at the appropriate moments you will be able to cast a glance at each of the tube stations.Â Sorry for all those misterious arrow, we will be going around anti-clockwise. I repeat – its a earlier 7PM start.
This week’s LM discovered a huge blister on Sunday. Therefore, for purely selfish reasons, picked his smoothest route, and with Jen and Geoff’s kindly volunteering to route-check it.
Running a relatively slow skate to the city and back.
Last Friday was rather wet, and uncondusive to skating.
So lets try again, this time, no raindancing, or any other raimaker ploys.
Westward we head, through to new half time at Kensal Green. Then back via old favourite Kensington Church Street.