Cycle Ride Programme

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Our programme for the following few months is presented below;

ADAPT's Transport Group hold regular cycle rides from Audlem throughout the year and are keen invite more participants. We are leisure cyclists, not sports cyclists and and we travel at a modest pace suitable for all. Beginners and returning cyclists will feel at home.
The normally follow the routes in this leaflet, and we alternate longer and shorter rides in our programme so there is something for everyone.
You'll receive a warm welcome. All ages are welcome, but children under 18 should be accompanied by an adult.
Our programme for August 2017 is set out below.
If the weather is seriously inclement at the start time then a decision will be made to postpone or go ahead with the ride.

Tuesday August 8th- Shortened version of Route L14 — Bearstone Fruit Farm (14-15 miles — moderate)
We have planned a shortened version of L14 via Norton in Hales, but stopping at Bearstone Fruit Farm where there is the opportunity for fruit picking and also portaloo toilets, water and a picnic area with gazebo. There is not a cafe so you should bring your own food for a break. Leaving the Bridge Inn at 10.30am. Distance 14-15 miles

Sunday August 20th- Route L7 — Checkley, Knighton and Norton in Hales, including Woore Fruit Farm (21 miles — harder)
Another fruit themed ride, Route L7 heading North first and going clockwise via Bridgemere lane, Checkley lane and the bridleway to Gravenhunger lane which brings you to Woore fruit farm which has a cafe for lunch and the opportunity for fruit picking. The Farm has an innovative concrete free eco-house built with straw.. Returning via the lanes through Knighton and Norton in Hales. Leaving the Bridge Inn at 10.30am. Distance 21 miles, some off road on an unsurfaced bridleway.

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