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A Bunch of May Bike Rides, and Other Miscellany, Suffolk and London - 9th May 2018

There are a whole raft of bike rides, as we practice a bit for the up-comming BSCC ride to Holt in Norfolk. There's Earl Soham, a short one to Diss for a haircut, Mellis Common and then Occold. There's also a trip to a noodle bar on Praed Street in Paddington - not far from the office.

next album: The Brome Swan Cycle Weekend, Holt, Norfolk - 12th May 2018
previous album: Isobel's 10km Run, Alton Water, Stutton, Suffolk - 6th May 2018

David wanders off up the platform as the 'graffiti train' sits on platform 2 at Diss

Greater Anglia's graffiti coach leaves for Norwich

A biker outside the Earl Soham Victoria rumbles off, whilst wearing a vaguely inappropriate tee-shirt

The Boy Phil reads the paper in the Victoria

Fred cycles up the Lowes, just outside Diss

Fred in Palgrave

Time for a drink in the sun up at the Oaksmere

Gaz fights with a parasol

Harry roams around

Isobel heads off through Thrandeston

Isobel and Fred

Isobel and Harry cycle up the road to Mellis

A lovely 1965 Ford Mustang outside the Railway Tavern

The boys sit around in the meadow

Harry and Fred burst out of the long grass

It must be classic car day, as a red MG turns up

The Railway Tavern's old-school sign

The stained glass of the Mellis K6 phone box

Harry and Fred throw balls for a couple of dogs they've met

Harry, Isobel and Fred

Fred checks his bike out

Harry's actually cycling by himself again

Fred spots a sadly squished snake on the road

Fred's under a pile on the Pirate Ship slide

Isobel gets the paellera out

Down at Paddington, Ken strolls past the ever-changing sign under Bishops Bridge Road, based on Alan Turing's work

Our noodle-bar destination on Praed Street in Paddington

We walk past the birth-place of penicillin, on the way back to the office

The canal side is a confused mix of ultra-modern and long boats

The London skyline fills in some more

More graffiti from T8C

Some silver graffiti - looks like 'Sanke'

A collection of brightly-coloured graffiti up on the wall near Liverpool Street Station

Class 90 loco 90004 has got a bit of an insect problem

We meet up with the Saga group at the Occold Beaconsfield Arms

The Saga group, plus Isobel, heads off

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David wanders off up the platform as the 'graffiti train' sits on platform 2 at Diss