So the first weekend of our challenge is upon us, and what can I say the team did not disappoint.
The group chats are awash with autumnal pictures, from our walks, bike rides and runs, spurring everyone on, whilst desperately hoping we will be able to do our Lakes walks in December. As much as we miss going out as a group, we are focussing on the positives and seeing it as an opportunity for us to go out in our pairs and make the most of local walks which are so often over looked.
Everyone has really stepped up this weekend, and the distances travelled are really impressive, especially with so many with young family and commitments, but still getting the miles in - every little helps!
One member posting the longest cycle he has done to date so far of 30 miles, outstanding!
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Ladybower Reservoir walk.
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