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Unfortunately I was not able to make up too much time straight away on account of my (apparently foolishly) choosing to follow the proper advertised cycle route out of Carlisle.Route 72 follows the River Eden out of the town and I was expecting and hoping for a nice riverside ride to start the day. Unfortunately however having to lug the bike up and down several sets of steps and over a stile was not ideal.Watch our breathtaking free mature C2c porn tube videos online - you can lose control of the throbbing monster in your pants!Those are not mere allegations - we know what we say because we understand how thrilling all our xxx movies are!It actually got to getting off the bike to check that the wheels were moving freely and that the brakes were not rubbing.After establishing that they were all fine it was only when I took a step back that I realised that I was indeed still climbing and not going down at all.I don’t really recall much of this stretch of the route to be honest, or of Cockermouth itself.
I wished a group of walkers well as they were starting to begin walking the route from west to east and then I set off again.
There was an ever increasing headwind as I headed south westwards and the going was quite tough but eventually I met the west coast proper just north of the village of Allonby.
The coastline here is quite open and exposed and the going remained difficult as I followed the coast southwards through Maryport and into Workington and the end of the first leg of my ride.
You can therefore imagine just how pleased I was to find a sign a couple of miles outside of Cockermouth informing me that the Wythop Woods route was closed and that I would have to divert across several hilly miles just so that I could swap over onto the Whinlatter Pass route instead.
Avoiding the diversion signs that tried to push me further back the way that I had come I cut across along a busy B road adding to the pleasure before eventually dropping into the hamlet of Low Lorton from where the climb would start.It took almost an hour to get out of the town and onto the cycle way proper.The road to Bowness started off with some nice undulating terrain through some pretty villages before heading onto the very flat and low lying tidal plain from which I could look across to Scotland a short distance the other side of the Solway Firth.One of the benefits of starting at Workington rather Whitehaven was that the routes did not join until the final ride into Keswick.