Summer Cycle Tour 2018

Over Half Term, 11 girls and three members of staff set off on their bikes to conquer the Shropshire Hills. Despite threats of thunderstorms, torrential rain, and leg-zapping hills, the girls pushed themselves beyond their normal physical capabilities, showing excellent mental resilience and determination, riding over

Over Half Term, 11 girls and three members of staff set off on their bikes to conquer the Shropshire Hills. Despite threats of thunderstorms, torrential rain, and leg-zapping hills, the girls pushed themselves beyond their normal physical capabilities, showing excellent mental resilience and determination, riding over 200km and climbing 8000ft. Remarkably, the weather remained reasonably pleasant, apart from one torrential downpour. Calorific youth hostel meals and a great deal of cake provided the energy required which meant the party made it to Telford safely to be greeted by the welcoming sight of parents and helpful younger brothers to carry their sisters’ belongings. This was a great experience for all involved.

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