Richard Williamson suggests a read of this recent article.
Further to last month’s post about plans to repair the cycle path alongside the A64, between Sim Balk Land and the “Sun” of the Solar System, I saw whilst out yesterday notices advising that, to enable this, the path will be closed for four weeks commencing Monday 7th January.
UPDATE: This has been postponed to June 2020. See newer post
Murray Walsh-Banks and other Wednesday Wheelers are hoping to undertake a Lands End to John O’Groats tour over the first two weeks of September. Given sufficient numbers this will be organised by Peak Tours exclusively for the group. The trip will be based on the 14-day, 1000 mile (approx.) trip that they run several times a year, offering a variety of accommodation options and prices. To aid travel arrangements the trip includes transfers from Penzance to Lands End and from John O’Groats to Inverness, and they’ll even pick up bikes from York and return them at the end of the tour.
If interested, contact Murray.
Also announced at the Christmas lunch was your choice of Ride of the Year.
1st Patrick Hollier 25th July Castle Howard & Cockayne
2nd Phil Marsham 5th Sept Holme-on-Spalding Moor & Skidby Mill
3rd = Judy Webb 16th May Wetherby & Fewston
3rd = Dave Cook 17th Oct Knaresborough & Hampsthwaite
As announced at the Christmas lunch, our favourite Cafés this year were:
1st Sun Parlour Café, Ripon
2nd Sugar Mouse, Easingwold
3rd Osgodby Garden Centre, Selby
Dave Bean went to Ripon yesterday to present the Sun Parlour team, who were delighted to win again, with their certificate.
THIS ITEM HAS BEEN SOLD
The below comes from Murray Walsh-Banks
For Sale My Boardman Adv 8.8 Adventure Bike. Offers around £530.
Andrew Richardson suggests European Cycle Touring Week, in Portugal, as something you might be interested in: https://www.facebook.com/groups/301100776749948/permalink/914018902124796/