Cycling cue sheet abbreviations medical

Enjoying cycling is what it is all about! How do you read a cue sheet? Many of our rides will have a cue sheet provided by the leader. If you are finding your way with a cue sheet, you must have an accurately calibrated bike computer that is set to zero when you start. Here are some common cue sheet abbreviations you will see: L - Turn Left advice received via the wilmington trail club web site should not be relied upon for personal, medical, legal or financial decisions and you should consult an appropriate professional for specific advice tailored to your situation. Good spot – I’ll take a look. is fairly selective about using non-NCN route numbers in the UK because historically OSM mappers have been eager to make up names/abbreviations that aren’t signposted at all on the ground, or are only signposted intermittently.