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  1. So I know I am probably a bit late to the party but all the rules are pretty unclear. My question is can I travel across districts (Overberg to Cape Winelands and Cape Town) to ride? Anyone able to enlighten me. Thanks
  2. What lessons have you learned during this lockdown that you will (hopefully) have in place (hopefully not) the next one?A few items for my list: - Make sure you have a IDT (and you are sure you have the dongles/axles available). - Make sure you have some equipment available for home exercises (kettle bell etc.). - Ensure you have enough beer available. - Ensure you have enough coffee available. - Have a few good books lined up. - Ensure you have a good internet connection and uncapped data. - Scout a trail in the garden to run/ride. - Ensure you have the right tools/spares available to service your bike. I think most people assumed we would be able to walk/ride around our neighborhoods.
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