Phil L went on this ride, led by our secretary Brian, and writes:
The weather was kind to us again for the ride: sunshine and pretty mild considering the time of year. So the four of us who set off to explore the northern reaches of Northamptonshire were in good spirits. The route was good and straightforward – at least until we got near Desborough where someone had thoughtlessly built the A6 by-pass which didn’t feature on our maps. So this required a bit of cycle-cross trail finding to get across to the village of Braybrooke via a rather overgrown, rutted minor path. Still we made it without p*nct*ring and visited the Farndon Fields Farm Shop for brunch.
The route back via Naseby and Teeton was described by our leader as “downhill all the way” which, if true, means either I’m weakening or he’s got problems with his eyesight! Undulating perhaps?!
Good ride! Thanks Brian!