Thursday, 30 November 2017
Friday, 24 November 2017
Looks like a cold day this Saturday but no frost forecast so plan to go out as usual at 0900 on Saturday. If anybody sees ice early Saturday and thinks we need to defer / cancel please add a comment to the club Facebook site and we’ll decide what to do.
Plan to meet at 0850 for 0900 depart from the main car park in Brookley Road, Brockenhurst.
Out via Balmer Lawn, Beaulieu, Hill Top, Exbury, Lepe, Blackfield, Exbury, Beaulieu, Bucklers Hard, Norleywood, Pilley, Boldre and onto Burley for coffee at the Cider House after about 65Km. Then either split as people make their way home or back to Brock via Lynhurst Road, Rhinefield Road for an 80Km loop.
Route at: https://www.strava.com/routes/11250375
Friday, 17 November 2017
Apologies for the late posting of this weeks ride, been travelling all week – again.
Plan for this week, meet at 0850 for 0900 depart from the main car park in Brookley Road, Brockenhurst.
Out via Sway Road, Setthorns, Burley, Braggers, Crow, Poulner, Mockbeggar, Ogdens Hyde. Back via Roger Penney Way, Ocknells Plain, Bolderwood and coffee in Brockenhurst.
As it’s Children in Need weekend, the demon baker of Brockenhurst AKA Julie has been baking so coffee / cake in Brock and optional donations for Children in Need.
Route will be a relatively short 67Km so option for a second loop afterwards by arrangement for those that wish.
Thursday, 16 November 2017
Friday, 3 November 2017
This weeks club ride will be a circuit of the Isle of Wight
Plan to catch the 0840 ferry from Lymington to Yarmouth. So, aim to be at Lymington for around 0815 to get ticket and meet at the coffee shop there.
Then we’ll do the 65 mile circuit of the island. Plan to stop for a coffee midway and then again in Yarmouth before the ferry back. Ferry’s back are 5 past the hours all afternoon so we’ll probably be on the 1505 back. So also make sure you’ve got lights.
Looks might we might get a bit of rain early on so best bring rain jacket.
Pace circa 26-27KmH but will keep pace to suit whoever’s riding.