Author Archives: Kim Wiltshire

Saturday ‘14’ Road Ride – 20th October

Usual meeting time of 9am at B&Q Plympton.  Ride leader Kim Wiltshire. A straight forward route for the ’14’ this week. We’ll head into Plymouth City Centre and aim to be at the Torpoint Ferry for 9.45am. Once into Torpoint we’ll do the loop of St. John’s, Millbrook, Mount Edgecombe, Kingsand, Cawsand and Rame Head. The idea is to do this first as most of us miss this out when it’s tacked onto the end of a ride. From Rame Head we head west down the Cornish coast before stopping at Seaton for our well earned cafe stop. From the … Read more…


Super Saturday Road Rides 19th May – Demo Bike – Update

Ok, we have 3 bikes still available to any members that wish to try one for an ‘entire’ YOGi ride – follow the instructions below. If you have booked or plan to book a bike please check on the YOGi Wall for some important details. You can pick-up the demo bike either from B&Q or The Burrator Inn. For anyone wanting a shorter ride (39 miles)  there is the option of joining us at The Burrator Inn, Dousland at approximately 10am. You can also park at the pub if you wish. We’d also appreciate any help from the experienced regulars with managing the … Read more…


Tour of Britain – Barnstaple to Dartmouth Stage

This year Devon gets its very own stage of the Tour of Britain starting from Barnstaple and finishing in Dartmouth on Saturday 15th of September. That’s the YOGi Saturday rides sorted then! Read more…


Sky Ride Plymouth – Sunday 13th May

It would be great to see a huge turnout of Yogi jerseys for Plymouth’s very own Sky Ride, and why not bring the family too. Full details and registration here – it’s FREE! Sky Ride Plymouth on Sunday 13th May is going to be a great opportunity to join in a huge traffic-free bike ride – but even if you don’t want to join the ride, there’s plenty to do on the day. There’ll be a range of entertainment on The Hoe from 10.00am until 4.00pm for everyone who wants to enjoy the atmosphere without getting on a bike. Watch out … Read more…


Shred Classic Plymouth Hoe – Sunday 13th May

The Shred Classic Bicycle Race returns to Plymouth Hoe for another evening of fast paced road cycling action. The Shred Classic is not your normal bike race; the short circuit, tight bends and risk of elimination make action the top priority. It’s exciting to watch and even more exciting to ride. This year the Shred Classic follows on from a whole day of cycling as the Sky Ride mass participation ride visits the city. Bring your family along for a gentle pedal around the Sky Ride loop during the day and then get ready for the show on the Hoe … Read more…


Saturday ‘14’ Road Ride – 28th April

The Saturday 14 is being led by yours truly (Kim) this week. I had planned to do the Slapton route but the Sunday crew beat me to it! So I thought why not go the opposite way and along the Cornish coast; some people might want to do a double header. Here’s the route. Not sure which way the mapping runs but I intend to do the St.Johns/Millbrook section first (for a change) and then run west down the coast to the cafe stop at Seaton before heading back on the A374 down the valley back to Torpoint.  Total distance … Read more…


Three Musketeers in Media Blitz

Ahead of this weekend’s ‘Are you up for it?’ rides the Three Musketeers – Simon Pope, Chris Glazier and James Thompson have appeared in Thursday’s Herald. Great interview by the boys on BBC Radio Devon on Friday morning, you can also read of their exploits on the YOGi Forum


Ermington Time Trials 2012

Plymouth Tri club start their Ermington time trials tonight. It is a 13 mile course. They are held on the first thursday evening of the month. No licence needed just turn up and pay your £5 entry fee. Prizes for the best times at the end of the season. Lots of Yogi’s did these last year and they are great for a first try as very laid back. Registration is at the Crooked spire pub Ermington from 5.30 – 6.20 as the first rider sets off at 6.30.

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Thursday Burrator Road Circuits

Thursday Burrator Road Circuits; meet at the Burrator Reservoir Dam from 5.30pm onwards. Just drop in whenever it suits you. The idea is to start riding anti-clockwise around the lake, people can then join in whenever they turn-up. This is ideal for any riders – experienced or novice. Ride around in small groups and get a great workout. Obviously to start with, you will need lights but we intend to continue this into the summer. It’s early days for this ride but  it has started to gather momentum. We’ll also occasionally run the ride from different areas.    



It has been brought to our attention that a member of the club has been seen discarding gel wrappers whilst on a YOGi ride. Obviously this is unacceptable whether on a YOGi ride or not. It’s always extremely depressing to see a trail of used gel wrappers on every sportive – not cool! Respect your envronment and set a good example – we know that 99.9% of you do just that. We’d also like to remind the 00.1% of this part of the YOGi ethos; We remain aware that we are riding under the YOGi Cycling Banner and do not behave in a manner … Read more…

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Sky Ride Plymouth Launch – Tuesday 20th March

Sky and Plymouth Council launch the Sky Ride Plymouth and the opening of the Stonehouse Creek foot and cycle path. Why not go down and have a look if you’re around? The launch is being held on Tuesday 20th March at 10.30am at the start of the link by Stonehouse Creek car park. The actual Sky Ride will take place on Sunday 13th May.  The organisers have asked if any of our members would like to help out on the big day – the event  is due to run between 10am and 4pm. Please reply to if you are interested.

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YOGi Team Kit

Just a quick heads-up to everyone; stocks of YOGi cycling kit are becoming low once more, having 400 members does tend to eat through it! I am aware that a lot of you will be taking part in the many forthcoming sportives, races and time trials and will no doubt be keen to fly your clubs colours. So, don’t leave ordering until the last minute, get in early. There is still kit available but I will also be placing another order with our manufacturer soon. Just click on the ‘YOGi Store‘ on the website’s home page to see what’s available. … Read more…


Lyndsey Glazier Wins Springtime Pursuit

Thought you might like to know that Lyndsey Glazier (Hope Factory Racing) won today’s Springtime Pursuit road race. Fantastic performance Lyndz! Photo set from Ann Owens here – look out for Sarah Austin flying the YOGi colours too. Well done to all the Yogis taking part past and present whoop whoop!


Springtime Pursuits – Sarah Austin 3rd

A great result for YOGi Sarah Austin in the first road race of her season, taking 3rd place in the Springtime Pursuits. Another rider with YOGi connections, Lyndsey Glazier, worked hard in the scratch group finishing 8th. The British Cycling website had this to say, The race came together after about two of the five laps, and while some of the front group couldn’t stay with the pace of the more experienced riders four did manage to keep up, and Austin did well to take third spot.    


Turbo Training – the last one for this winter – February 23rd – NOW BOOKING!

Lipson Community College 7.30-8.30. Just the one session. Paste and post names below. Training starts at 7.30pm so aim to arrive 10 mins early. Keep an eye out – we have something new planned for Thursday evenings.