It's that time of year when good-weather riding days demand to be taken advantage of, as you never know which one could be your last for a long while.
A couple of weeks ago the forecast called for sunny skies and nice temperatures so we decided to head out and try another of the routes from the Lost Lanes book. After spending the previous few weeks looking longingly at the wild blackberries that seem to grow all over England's country lanes, we brought some tupperwares along this time. It turned out to be a great decision and a great ride.
|Hyde Park in the early morning|
|Cycling through a quiet Canterbury on a Sunday morning|
|Densely leaved lanes|
|First sight of the sea|