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stevedepport's picture

Club Trip 2016, yes 2016!

on Wed, 22/07/2015 - 09:12

I have provisionally booked for Friday/Saturday 24/25th June 2016 at Foel Ortho again. I have the farmhouse (sleeps 16), the bunkhouse (sleeps 12) and the treehouse (sleeps 2).

Maximum 30 places, cost £60 per person. This will cover your accomodation and breakfast for the two days. All the usual rules apply -

1) Places are first come, first served. When they are gone they are gone.

2) Payment up front, £60 to the shop or my PayPal account -

3) If you have to drop out, you (we) will sell your place to someone else.

Ride Date: 
Friday, 24 June, 2016
Estimated Distance: 
stevedepport's picture

Tour of Britain 2015 stage 2

on Mon, 20/07/2015 - 10:15

Sunday 9th August was pencilled in for a Tour de Yorkshire ride but as the Tour of Britain is coming to Lancashire later this year it seemed to good an opportunity to miss. I am suggesting we ride most of what will be stage 2, the pros will ride this on 7th September. The ToB route starts in Clitheroe and finishes in Colne but I have planned a route to start and finish in Whalley, as we don't have the benefit of team buses to transfer. We will still do most of the major climbs from the ToB.

I might tweak this route a bit yet but at the moment it is about 82m and 6,000ft of climbing.

Rider ability: 
Ride Date: 
Sunday, 9 August, 2015
Estimated Distance: 
82 miles
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19/7/15 Peak District Ride

on Mon, 06/07/2015 - 13:32

Just under two weeks now until we try and get one of planned rides up and running, after the weather rather ruined our plans last time round.

The Peak District ride was great last year and now is your chance to sign up for another "epic" ride. I am still tinkering with the route but below is the probably route - the good news for 2015 is that I wont be killing everyone by putting Mow Cop in!

This year we will start in Disley at 8:30, think I have a found a free car park, then ride 20km to warm up the legs before taking on Snake Pass.

Rider ability: 
Ride Date: 
Sunday, 19 July, 2015
Estimated Distance: 
75 miles