WEEKEND RIDES – 3RD SEPTEMBER

All our usual 5 rides this weekend.

We continue to operate the registration process and keeping the group sizes down as it is much safer and easier to coordinate. Please remember you need to register at least 24 hours before the ride. Registration can be done here; Pre Registration Link

2 Taster rides are available, so come and get hooked with riding with “the stars”

As we will meet in Peoples’ Park, please ensure you do not cycle in the park and be respectful of other users of the park.

Please locate your nominated Ride Leader and congregate with riders in your allocated group.


Saturday Gentle Cafe Ride 10:00: With the GCR you can expect an average of 12-14mph. Heading out to Warmington with a stop at CamperKing on Banbury Road opposite the Falcon Inn, Warmington. (Cash only, £5pp, all proceeds are going to charity).

Richard Ivins is taking part in an epic challenge for the Vodafone Foundation’s “Save our Planet” campaign which begins on the 7th of September.
The epic challenge is to cycle from Grenoble France and traverse the Western Alps south across, France, culminating on the Cote d’Azur in Nice with a distance of 519km covering some of the most iconic climbs from the Tour De France including the famous Alp Du Heuz, with a total ascent of 12,354 metres.
Trans Alp Cycle Challenge
The foundation is supporting 2 amazing charities and more information is found below
https://www.tusk.org
https://theoceancleanup.com/
100% of all proceeds will be going to these charities and furthermore, Vodafone will double what I can raise.
Kind Regards
Dickie


Saturday Intermediate Cafe Ride 10:00: Similar route to the GCR with the same stop and a different second half of the ride, and with a slightly higher average pace around 15-16mph

Richard Ivins is taking part in an epic challenge for the Vodafone Foundation’s “Save our Planet” campaign which begins on the 7th of September.
The epic challenge is to cycle from Grenoble France and traverse the Western Alps south across, France, culminating on the Cote d’Azur in Nice with a distance of 519km covering some of the most iconic climbs from the Tour De France including the famous Alp Du Heuz, with a total ascent of 12,354 metres.
Trans Alp Cycle Challenge
The foundation is supporting 2 amazing charities and more information is found below
https://www.tusk.org
https://theoceancleanup.com/
100% of all proceeds will be going to these charities and furthermore, Vodafone will double what I can raise.
Kind Regards
Dickie


Sunday Long Intermediate and Fast Rides 9am: The Long Intermediate and Fast rides this Sunday take on the Four Cols. You can expect an average for the former of 16-17mph and the latter 17-18mph, if all agree the pace may be even higher. Neither of these rides will be stopping for coffee.


Sunday Intermediate Ride 10am: The Intermediate ride heads out to Deddington with a stop at the Deddington Arms. You can expect an average for the former of 15-16mph


All rides meet at Peoples’ Park 15 minutes before the departure time. It’s important you pick a ride that’s commensurate with your ability levels.

General information about club rides

Ride rules, protocol and small print which is important to read