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40 riders signed up for the inaugural Mach’ n Back and 35 turned up to take part. The weather also decided to come along and join the party … the rain, high winds and outright miserable weather of the past few weeks gave way to cold, frosty and sunny, that’s right sunny!


May I introduce the winner of the 2012 gurning championships?

With no fixed start time there was plenty of time to drink tea, eat toast and generally faff about … everyone (alright, nearly everyone) had a pretty good idea what lay in front of them with regard to mileage and terrain. By around 12.30 everyone had departed and was heading for the bright lights of Machynlleth, in just about every direction possible.


Don’t ask me, I’ve no idea either!

Just as the forecast predicted it’ll be another cold night tonight, minus figures will certainly be making their presence felt … anyone taking the gamble of a summer sleeping bag may only just survive to regret it. We’ll see what tomorrow brings!

2 Comments

  1. Taylor says:

    Si made a good bike rack.

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