April 28th was a special day. Not because Wembley Stadium first opened on this day (1923), or because Mussolini was shot on this day (1945), or because peace was restored with Japan ending WWII (1952), or Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of The Moon first went to number 1 (1973), or because Russia fessed up to the Chernobyl accident (1986), or because Francis Bacon passed away on this day (1992) or even because it was Aussie racer Josh Brookes’ birthday.
Nope, none of those reasons, it was special because ELAM Super Sunday’s resumed after a long hiatus following the last Covid wave. Several (socially distanced) groups of six hit the road to various destinations kicking ELAM social rides off once again. Another Super Sunday followed on May 30th, this time after a further relaxation of lockdown restrictions allowing a more normal pair of Full Member and All Ability rides to go ahead with larger groups.
Here are some choice snaps from the two days: