1. Färingsö Tour – Söder Cycling

    By Blue Baller, 26th May 2020

    On Sunday 24th of May, Team Söder AFC headed north for a 70km+ return bike tour of Färingsö.

    Ekerö Ferry back to Slagsta

    Starting at 06:30 am from Flemingsberg station, Briscoe, Jordo, John and Perillo then rode to Slagsta to catch the 07:15 ferry across to Ekerö after meeting a new team member in Robert T. After a short trip through the island the 5 member crew soon caught up with another 2 keen and ready bikers in Ferguson and Kristofer G.

    After learning about racing games and bike lingo from the new local men to help raise the competitive spirit amongst us; such as sprints to town signs and (later) Soviet style stops, the group cycled through Färingsö’s varied landscape, curved roads and challenging hills before heading to Troxhammar Golf Club for a well earned ‘fikapaus’.

    After seeing Kristofer G. off at Tappströms roundabout, Team Söder then made their way southbound back to the ferry across to Slagsta for the last ‘long way home’ leg of the trip when Briscoe’s bike suffered the unfortunate 2nd puncture in 2 rides which took 15 minutes to dismantle and change, but this didn’t dampen the spirit of the team as they shortly after charged their way through the steepest climb of the day at Flottsbro before riding several km more and eventually peeling off their way home for the day.

    The longest rider for the day was Ferguson who clocked 104.64km on his first Team Söder outing, a great effort.

    The next planned ride will be on the 7th of June riding through Tyresta National Park down to Dalarö Bakery. We hope to see more riders there, it is the best combination of getting fit, socialising whilst touring and experiencing the best of Swedish spring and summer. 

    Varied landscape and curved roads on Ekerö & Färingsö

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