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  • Mal and I walked from Ealing to Liverpool Street today (27k) via Hyde Park to feed the squirrels, look at stuff and visit a couple of pubs.

    Spotted someone riding near Chiswick Green Common(?) with a girl. He had a stickered tri-spoke thing and she was on a geared bike I think.

    Spotted this morning show bloke (Adrian Chiles) near Shepherds Bush. He looked at me like I was going to mug him.

    Spotted some squirrels. Job done.

    Usually I'm anti-walking but this was nice. Walking is where it's at for 2011.

    Mal has a massive blister on her little toe which got us some bonus giggles when we got home.

  • Walking's the tits. Walking aimlessly at great length with my headphones on is one of my very favourite things to do.

  • What's 27K in a proper distance measurement?

  • What's 27K in a proper distance measurement?

    27 kilometres.
    27000 metres
    2700000 centimetres

    You get the idea.

  • To the naughty step with you sir.

  • I love walking but not so much through towns and cities.

  • As a cyclist it's better to work with km dammit, you should embrace the km, become fluent in more units of measurement.

  • Never. I stop my ears to your madness.

  • I like walking if it's an 'exploration' rather than something I've seen before. We explored a bit so it was interesting. Otherwise all I can think is "this would be so much quicker by bike".

    I'd like to explore 'oop north' on foot.

  • tight fncker, put some money on mals oyster card

  • Walking's the tits. Walking aimlessly at great length with my headphones on is one of my very favourite things to do.

    Yes. Walking and looking. Just looking around.

    I love walking but not so much through towns and cities.

    Its the best way to see the buildings!

  • tight fncker, put some money on mals oyster card

    Ha!

    That's good beer money you're talking about wasting there.

  • ^fact!

  • Its the best way to see the buildings!

    Industrial areas can be interesting but I'd still choose country side over urban for walking 90% of the time. I don't like people buildings remind me of people.

  • Don't walk!

    Pro cyclists never walk anywhere, especially the roadies and endurance trackies, those fuckers even ride to the toilet from the track centre at Manc.

  • Walking is really nice when you walk via pubs.

  • Industrial areas can be interesting but I'd still choose country side over urban for walking 90% of the time. I don't like people buildings remind me of people.

    Tree's seldom sell coffee however?

  • Don't walk!

    Pro cyclists never walk anywhere, especially the roadies and endurance trackies, those fuckers even ride to the toilet from the track centre at Manc.

  • Tree's seldom sell coffee however?

    Fuck coffee. I can carry a stove for tea. Win.

  • walking is good at 120 bpm

  • It's half term, N.w and I will be doing lots of walking.

  • Walking feels weird.

  • wheres teenslain?

  • how many millimetres is that?

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