Feeling alive on the A515

Sorry to readers of my 30 days of biking tumblr blog, but I kind of like this and would love to share it with Brownhills Blog readers. This is video compiled from my journey up the A515 on Friday, on my way to the Weaver Hills… on which subject I’ll post more later.

In the meantime, I love riding this road. Woodlands, open country, hills, river crossings, villages, thatched cottages, fascinating churches… every single British countryside cliche in one hour and a half run.

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3 Responses to Feeling alive on the A515

  1. Pedro says:

    Hi Bob.

    Thanks for posting the ride it brought back many memories for me.

    I wish I could have a pint now for ever time we travelled up to the Peak District. Not only that, but the times we parked just of the A515 to start a walk. King’s Bromley, Draycott in the Clay, Newchurch and remember twice drinking a last cup of tea on the Church wall at Yoxall.

    Many pictures from the walks are on Panoramio.

    Happy Days! Thanks again Peter

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