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Laura Moss

Laura Moss spent 16 months cycling 13,000 miles around the world. She curates the Long Distance Cycling Journeys database and organises the Festival of Cycle Touring. Her husband, Tim, runs this website. Read more...


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    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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    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
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    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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