St Neots Bowl is the first metal bowl ever i think. It looks rad. It’s near Cambridge somewhere – in fact I think its pretty close to over and all the derelict people, so expect to see some pictures on there soon probably. Read the official press release because I am lazy.
Look at this. If you look around you can get a map with all the soil types in Kent. Good for finding a good place to build trails. There’s a map key on the left. You have to look around for a while to find it all but it’s worth it.
This is a map of hampshire for Rory. It’s barend jam Sunday but I won’t be there I am afraid.
Tim broke his arm again doing this trick. He didn’t land that heavily on it, but the plate on his bone, and the screws through it didn’t allow the bone to flex as it should, causing it to snap. Fortunatly the docotors have realised that plates are not a good idea and have agreed to take this one out and not put a new one in. So at least there won’t be a plate in there anymore.
Unfortunatly this means Tim has to have another operation, with another cut through the scar in his arm, another 6 weeks in plaster and another 6 months waiting for the feeling to come back into his hand. I don’t know if he’ll want to ride again when it’s fixed.
This month has been good for trails so far. Bit too much rain the last few days which is a shame.
There are also some rubbish pictures of Sittingbourne up if you are really bored.
If some how you managed to miss it, the epsom update is here. Tim didn’t realise that if you click the little squares there are more pictures. These are the best of the pictures – better than the rest.
Updating is hard work. I can’t be bothered, so here is a photo from yesterday:
That’s your lot for now.