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Category Archives: Club Rides
We encourage you to use the club facebook group or the forum on this website to say if you are riding and which group you wish to ride with. This will help members plan ahead and should avoid you turning up for … Continue reading
This week sees the start of the Tuesday and Friday club rides. Leaving the Meads at 6.00pm initially and moving to 6.30pm probably at the end of April to enable more people to make the ride after work. This year there will … Continue reading
Tomorrow sees the final Beginner’s Ride for now and we have had 13 different riders attend at various times. Some have attended all rides and have grown in confidence and joined the club on the Coffee Ride last week. Following … Continue reading
The monthly Club coffee ride will leave the Meads Leisure Centre at 9am on Sunday. Everyone is welcome to come along including friends and relatives staying for the Bank Holiday weekend. Ideal for newcomers to cycling who wish to ride with … Continue reading
As last year, we are running a series of rides aimed at beginners or those returning to cycling after a break. It is also suitable for those who already cycle but do not want to cycle far or get any … Continue reading
As from tomorrow 26th April rides will leave the Meads at 6.30pm.
The map is a guide only and may not be strictly followed. Whilst the actual route chosen may vary, the mileage will be kept as close as possible to that published. ◾It is intended to have a coffee stop where … Continue reading
On the final Sunday of every month we all ride down to Broad Haven for a coffee in The Ocean Cafe. We will all ride as a group with the pace being that of the slowest rider. Ultimately the aim … Continue reading