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Thanks to both Ski & Ray again this week. Their route is around the Torpoint area with a couple cafe stops at both the Maker andSeaton, Then its back to Torpoint to cross the ferry and back to B&Q. Thanks again chaps
Thanks to Ski and Ray this weekend for volunteering to lead the Leisure ride, their route as follows; Forder valley,Crownhill, Tamar bridge, Saltash, Hatt, Callington, Lou`s cafe(1st cafe stop), Then Gunislake,Tavistock, and Bobs cafe(2nd cafe stop), Horrabridge,Yelverton,Robourgh and then back to B&Q Thanks guys, waterproofs at the ready!
Thanks to both Jim Grozier and Ray Cooke, for volunteering to lead the Leisure ride this weekend, their route is as follows; B&Q to Ivybridge then right on the roundabout to Ermington. Cice steady climb from their upto Wrangaton where we’ll have our 1st stop at the route 38 cafe. After a lovely phatboy phry-up it’ll b onto Ivybridge again then to Cornwood and from here we can decide whetherit’s a Dragon hill type climb onto a decent down Duez Alps to Plympton and back home to B&Q or Straight to Lee mill and back home via Smithaleigh, Lyneham and Plympton. The … Read more…
A fine welcome back to Michael Taylor this weekend, who has very kindly offered to lead the Leisure ride also; Route for this Saturday leisure ride will be out via Ivybridge, Wrangaton, Ermington, Noss Mayo/Newton Ferrers and a coffee/cake stop at Yealmpton either at the Market Street cafe or the Riverford Farm Shop depending on numbers, thence back to B&Q. Think the distance is about 30- 34 miles Thanks again and enjoy the ride all
Thank you to Dave Skinner for volunteering to lead the Leisure ride this weekend, his route is as follows; B & Q, Colebrook, Sparkwell, Cornwood, Ivybridge, Cafe stop at Wrangaton Junction, then Wragaton, Kitterford X & down the valley to Ermington, Ivybridge and back along the cycle path, or Dragon Hill and le deux Alpe’s back to B & Q Have a good ride all. Let’s enjoy the last of this Excellent weather while we can.
Thought it about time I resurrected my Saturday morning riding! And a great way to do so is to take this ride out for Autumn Watch with coffee and cake. Yes the equinox has been and gone so we are officially into to the third season. Eek where did the summer go? So route is:- Plym Valley Cycle Path – Yelverton – Crapstone – Milton Coombe – Lopwell Damn (Autumn Watch/Coffee/Cake here!) Tamerton Foliot – Loosleigh Lane – Home. This is a 25 mile ride but a tad lumpy (well where isn’t around our neck of the woods) but all … Read more…
This weeks Leisure ride will be led by Peter Grzelinski & Jeanette. Who will be taking you all towards Buckfastleigh. Full details of route TBC Thanks again Peter
This week’s Leisure ride will be taken by Peter Grzelinski. Will be a trip around Burrator whilst stopping at the Garden Centre Café. Full details of route to follow in due course. Thanks Peter You can see the route at http://www.plotaroute.com/route/116478 I may decide to shorten it as it is 35 miles but we will see who is there at B&Q If you cannot open the route it is Cornwood, Wotter, Cadover Bridge, Burrator, Dousland, Yelverton, Long Ash Garden Centre. Then Back to Yelverton, Meavy, Endesliegh? and B&Q. PG
September already, let’s hope for the Indian Summer!!!! Thanks for Ski for volunteering to lead the Leisure ride this weekend, his route as follows; Fancy a trip to the seaside on the leisure ride? How about Cattedown, Torpoint, torpoint road and up to Hessenford,Seaton cafe stop (Fry up!!!) Downderry, Crafthole, Tregantle, Torpoint and back over the ferry at torpoint. Enjoy all!!!
Thank you both Jim & Ray for volunteering to lead this weeks Leisure ride, their route as follows; B&Q car park we will take the cycle path on a mystery tour to Tavistock for the phatboy “phry” up then returning back at B&Q around 30 miles at an approximate 10 mph pace Have a good ride all
Thanks to Ski for volunteering to lead the Leisure ride again this weekend, his route is as follows; Plan on doing a ride into Cornwall. B&Q to Torpoint for about 9.30ish, St Johns, Milbrook, Cawsand. Freathy cafe stop. Then onto Tregantle and back to B&Q via Anthony and Torpoint Ferry Have a good ride all
Thanks to both Jim & Ray, for volunteering to lead the Leisure ride this weekend, their route as follows; This week’s is gonna be a Phatboyz special leisure ride up to Plympton then onto Ivybridge, where we’ll hang a right to Ermington then up to Wrangaton for the big phatboyz fried breakfast. Then back through Bittaford and Ivybridge where we’ll make a decision as to whether to go to Cornwood again and back to Plympton or take the shortcut to Lee Mill as we did on our last led ride and then back to home around 30 ish miles depending on … Read more…
Thanks again to Ski, who has offered to lead the Leisure ride again this week. To all those who Volunteer, it is very much appreciated. His route this week; Sparkwell, Corwood, Ivybridge, Ermington, Noss Mayo, Cafe stop at Kitley and then back to B&Q Have a good ride all, weather looks very promising
Carl (Ski) has very kindly offered to lead the Leisure ride this weekend, his route as follows; I’ll lead the leisure ride on a two cafe stop tour on Dartmoor. We will go climb up through Leigham, George junction (pick up point), Robourgh, Yelverton Golf Club, on the road down to Tavistock and Bob’s Cafe. From there we climb out to do Pork Hill and Merrivale with the second cafe stop at Foxtor Cafe, then a nice scenic downhill to Yelverton and back to B&Q, All at a steady pace.SKI Have a good day
Thanks to both Simon Rooke and Paul Hiles for volunteering to lead the Leisure ride this weekend, route as follows: It will be Embankment, City centre, the ferry, Torpoint, Antony, Millbrook, choice of cafe stops, Crafthole, Sheviock, Torpoint and home Don’t forget your bucket and spades!!! Enjoy