• I think that worked pretty well? The 'fast-fast' group got to go at their own pace, but we still did about the first 10 miles all together, and giving the 'not-so-fast fast' group a headstart meant that we saw each other again later on. Once we had turned into the headwind our group (which was pretty big - 12? 13? 14?) started to fragment after Ongar. We regrouped near Toot Hill and decided to split into two - the faster ones doing all the hills as planned and the slower ones taking a more direct and less vertical route back. I think that worked out best for everyone. A bit of footage here: https://youtu.be/DMpk6R6LI_U


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