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Laura Moss

Laura Moss spent 16 months cycling 13,000 miles around the world. She is a director of The Adventure Syndicate and organises the annualCycle Touring Festival. Her husband, Tim, runs this website. Read more...

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    Laura

    If you’re tempted into wild swimming for the first time, now is the perfect moment (writing in September). The water is the perfect temperature: cold enough to give you a rush but warm enough to be able to swim a few lengths. Look at http://wildswim.com/ to find a spot near where you live.

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    Andy

    I leave a response whenever I especially enjoy a post on a website or I have something to add to the conversation.
    Usually it’s caused by the passion communicated in the article
    I browsed. And on this article Beginner

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    Nick

    Great post! wild swimming sounds interesting. I would like to know is it not dangerous to swim in an open water?

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      Tim Moss

      Thanks Nick. It’s dangerous like crossing a road i.e. routinely low if you know what you’re doing (i.e. follow the advice above and you’ll be fine)!

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