Andy B takes the 12/14https://www.strava.com/routes/15530401HQ Leigham pick up at the George 09:20 ish Denham Bridge to Gulworthy, out to Chillaton down to Bobs at Tavy for the cafe stop, back via Horrabridge Yelverton46 miles 4500ft of climbing, calm before the storm
Michael Smith takes the 16-18. HQ 0900 – Yelverton, Tavy, Pork, Dartmeet, Ashburton, Totnes for coffee and home. Pork and Dartmeet at your own pace, everywhere else stick together. cheers.
15 + Teign Valley loop.. Lee moor, Yelverton, Ptown, Moreton, Teign Valley, Ashburton. Coffee Salmons leap 75ish miles 1840 mtr chance to extend maybe.
Andy B takes the 12/14 Saturday 25th Jan HQ Sparkwell Dragon hill Lee Moor Lap of Burator, Walkhampton TavyCafe stop at Church Lane Cafe for a change,back via Yelverton back roads to Bickleigh 45 miles 4K of climbinghttps://www.strava.com/routes/22789849
Bill francis has offered to lead a alternative 15 + ride to Oakhampton, Widen D, Moret, Bovey 360, Ashburton 80ish miles
Mike Taylor can take the leisure ride this Saturday. Distance: about 30 miles. Route: Up Deux Alpes, Lee Moor, Cadover, Meavy, coffee at Long Ash before returning via Dousland, Burrator (clockwise), Sheepstor, Cadover, Borringdon and Colebrook. I’ll turn off at Colebrook but for any needing to get back to Coypool it’s just a matter of a mile or so.
Phil Beazley is happy to lead the 14/16 group this week. Weather looks pretty good, route as follows: HQ-Yealmpton-Noss Mayo-Modbury-Kingsbridge(café stop). Kingsbridge-Loddiswell-California Cross-Ivybridge-HQ. 50.2 miles, 4462ft elevation. Link: https://www.strava.com/routes/17052029 Best RegardsPhil
IMPORTANT POST With recent reports of ice and in the matter of safety for our members. We have taken the decision to delay start of the club ride by 1 hour Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause however safety must come first
Mike Taylor will take the leisure ride this Saturday. Distance: about 30 miles. Route: Up Deux Alpes, Lee Moor, Cadover, Meavy, coffee at Long Ash before returning via Dousland, Burrator (clockwise), Sheepstor, Cadover, Borringdon and Colebrook. I’ll turn off at Colebrook but for any needing to get back to Coypool it’s just a matter of a mile or so.
Andy B has stepped forward to take the 12/14 Seaton cafe stop loophttps://www.strava.com/routes/16749705HQ to Tamar bridge meet here 09:20 ish out to Hatt back roads to Pillaton, Bethany out to Menheniot, across to Widegates then down to Seaton cafeBack via Tregantle Torpoint ferry 48 miles 4200 ft of climbing,Looks like it should be nice and dry !
Mike Smith leads a early season century out to Bude this weekend, with route as planned Roborough, tavy, Sourton, Bude, davistow, Launceston, Callington and Saltash.
Dan Richmond is leading this week, here is his plan – probably…Lee mill, tescos to cornwood, dragon hill, cadover, burator, yelverton ( dartmoor bakery)…straight back or via green lane
James has offered something up for the 16-18 this week. Ride out to Slapton via Yealmpton, Erme valley, avonwick, diptford through to morleigh then the cut through to Strete, then home via loddiswell, Modbury and the usual trudge home along the A379. As for cafe stop could either be somewhere in kingsbridge, loddiswell cafe or something a bit earlier if needed. Rolling route somewhere between 60-65 miles to ease people into the NY!! https://www.strava.com/routes/23180782
Well as the somewhat iffy forecast makes it is likely to be one of those days when our numbers will be low, makes sense to expect a combined ride. Hence the heading! Should numbers be better than indicated via our FB page, then we will have an impromptu re jig in the morning. Whatever…… my plan is to do this route at whatever pace we mutually agree. Though it won’t be suitable for Leisure Paced riders. It will leave at the normal 09.00 from Coypool. Coypool – Leigham – Yelverton (Via Green Lane so not long on the A386!) – … Read more…
As the growth of eBike use continues it is binging the sport of cycling to those who otherwise may not be able, to ride as well as becoming more and more attractive to those who simply want to enjoy a different ride. As a club we applaud this but at the same time appreciate the need for guidelines and a policy. This policy should be read in conjunction with our standard ride guidelines and our club ‘Rides Ethos’, all available on this YOGi Cycling Website. These are in place to clarify required behaviour of all members and guests on club rides. The aim … Read more…