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27/05/18

9:00 Club Ride to Barnburgh Lakes

After a few close calls with cars around Armthorpe it was time for a new route to Markham Grange, while we were at it how about a new cafe as well!
   
20/05/18

9.30 Ride to The Lemon Tree Tea Room

A lovely sunny morning was enjoyed as we gathered for the start of this 35 mile flatish ride.
   
13/05/18

Trip to the Bay Tree Cafe, Retford

A chilly meet at the cricket club with the forecast a bit iffy. Rain overnight had left many roads if not flooded then hosting big puddles. But we were with Matthew - he would keep us safe (not). It will be fine - it won’t rain till 3 - its cold but will be warmer - who cares lets get going!
   
13/05/18

Trip to the Bay Tree Cafe, Retford

A chilly meet at the cricket club with the forecast a bit iffy. Rain overnight had left many roads if not flooded then hosting big puddles. But we were with Matthew - he would keep us safe (not). It will be fine - it won’t rain till 3 - its cold but will be warmer - who cares lets get going!
   
13/05/18

9:00 Club Ride to Hope & Edale

With a dodgy weather forecast the decision between sunglasses and rain coats was a biggie! As it turned out the factor 50 was required
   
06/05/18

9:00 Club Ride to Ten Green Bottles Retford

The Tour De Yorkshire meant we needed a change of plan for the 9:00 ride, cue Adrian and a longer than usual ride to Retford
   
12/04/18

Finish of the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire stage to Doncaster

Local artist John has painted the finish of the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire stage to Doncaster. He has arranged to sell framed prints for £40. These are available via Doncaster Tourist Office and local bike shops.
   
08/04/18

Eventful ride to Arrow Café

“No one gets left behind” and “potential members welcome”
   
08/04/18

9:00 Club Ride to Ledger Lakes

A popular refuelling station for the 9:30 riders, it was time the 9:00 ride paid a visit
   
01/04/18

April Fools Day ride to TIA café

Before we set off Paul, who was to lead the first group of 8 reminded us all of the need to cycle safely, specifically to ride behind the wheel in front and try not to creep forward and overlap the wheel in front. He included a one man demo and a personal recollection of the consequence of failure to take heed.
   

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