This mugshot¹ displays one of many slogans that attach naturally and convincingly to eQ. On the other side: Spring into action. The autumn equinox is a time for renewal even while leaf-fall reminds us of the natural cycle of decay:
So we spring forward this weekend into British Summer Time. Lose an hour’s sleep, but gain lighter evenings. Great! But if equinoctial logic had been applied, it should have happened a month ago and significant energy (and Vitamin D) would not have been wasted.
No longer a man-on-a-mission (the recce of the C25 involved well over 2000 miles of pedalling), now there is more opportunity to check out places to visit en route. Hatchlands (National Trust) was a revelation, and I urge any classical music or art lover cyclists to brake hard after the descent from Shere to Clandon. Continue reading