Great turnout of 40 riders, especially as most woke up with a view from their bedroom window of drizzle. It didn’t put of some new members to our Meridian Rideout…. Good to see you guys.

For those who want to know about the journey…. cos that’s what it’s all about. Autobahns and alpine like twists and turns! With all the ups and downs it was hardly surprising that there were some great panoramic vistas to be had.
Morning prayers done we set off and having got the ride going deep into the countryside via motorway we veered off the A22 at the Mormon temple and this scenic ride commenced. Through West Hoathly known for its medieval preist house and museum.
Then Wych Cross in Ashdown Forest, on the sandstone forest ridge of the High Weald and from here we then motor on down to our comfort stop.

After our break we head north back into the countryside where we pass some fascinating buildings and twee villages. Onward, up and over the High Weald through Penhurst and up again into the Sevenoaks Weald where we come upon Goathurst Common with some spectacular views. Some good things they must at some point come to an end but even this was a good place to finish the ride with choices of a roast and or some refreshment at the Woodman on the B2042. And from here it was an easy short hop to the A21 / 25 and M25 for Harleys to head back to their stables.

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