Saturday Leisure Ride – 7th March

The Leisure Rides are ideal for anyone who is looking to try our club rides for the first time as well as those who simply want to enjoy a sociable ride. They are restricted to between 10 and 12 miles an hour over a distance of approximately 30 miles and aim to return to B&Q by 13:00.

This week we’ll be riding to “Moor T” at Long Ash Garden Centre near Buckland Monachorum again because I liked it! The route will be as follows:

Meet at B&Q at 09:00 and then exit Plymouth via Plympton, Sparkwell and Cornwood. Then we’ll gradually climb up onto the Moor via Tinpark, Wotter, Cadover and Sheepstor. We may do a lap of the reservoir if everyone wants before heading to the cafe at Buckland Monachorum via Dousland and Yelverton.

After the cafe stop we’ll head back for Plymouth via Yelverton, Meavy, Goodameavy, Clearbrook and the Plym Valley (Drakes) Trail back to B&Q.

The distance is approximately 31 miles and the cafe stop is at the 20 mile point. The route may vary depending upon weather conditions. Usual YOGi terms and conditions apply, that is, you must enjoy yourself regardless of the weather. See you there!

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11 Responses to Saturday Leisure Ride – 7th March

  1. Bryan Millings says:

    Haven’t been out much the last few weeks so happy to go with the leisure group and help out if the numbers are large Graham.

  2. Mike Eggins says:

    Looking forward to this one. See you there!

  3. Charlotte Malcolm says:

    Will be on this also 🙂 .. first time out with the YOGi’s in 2015!!

  4. Helen Ballantyne says:

    Hi Graham – have you warned the cafe that there may be a few descending on them – as it is not a massive place? Just a thought 🙂

    • Graham Lang says:

      Hi Helen, yes I have thanks (although it’s hard to give them an estimate of numbers). I have their number on my phone in case there is a massive group. But, if there is a problem there is always the cafe on the old airfield..

  5. Jon Price says:

    Lots of sticky buns for me please?

  6. Graham Lang says:

    I’m sorry I couldn’t make it today. Thank you very much to Lynda for taking over at short notice.

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