CTC Coventry Rides for the fortnight beginning Sunday 12th April 2015

Please find lists attached of the Tuesday and Sunday rides up to the beginning of July.

Sunday 12th April

Sunday rides leave the Memorial Park by the Park & Ride facility (SP 324 774) at 0915hrs

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We are re-starting the programme of short rides, easy paced rides (about 30-miles) this week, which will be a weekly feature.

 

The first ride of the series will be led this week by Dave Hearn (024 7667 0048, 079 4089 7216) to:

Warwick, The Tuckery (SP 281 649) for coffee and

Return to Coventry.

 

Several of our members are on a tour from Coventry to North Wales and back, so there will not be an all day Sunday ride this week.

 

Tuesday 14th April - ride meets at Eastcote Blooms Garden Centre, Bourton-on-Dunsmore (SP 447 719) at 1045hrs

          The ride will leave at approximately 1130hrs going to Southam, Café 16 (SP 417 617) for lunch and return towards Coventry with riders leaving the group for home when convenient.

Sunday 19th April

Sunday rides leave the Memorial Park by the Park & Ride facility (SP 324 774) at 0915hrs

A ride of up to 30-miles will be led by Kevin Croucher  (024 7644 0015, 078 1594 8212) to:

Meriden, Berrifields Farm Shop (SP 245 814) for coffee and

Return to Coventry.

 

Jess Anderson  (024 7645 4927, 078 7969 1836) will lead a 65-mile ride to:

Ullesthorpe, Palmers Garden Centre (SP 518 869) for coffee at 18-miles,

Clifton-on-Dunsmore, Truck Stop    (SP 552 763) for lunch  at 35-miles,

Draycote Water                     (SP 453 815)            at 50-miles,

Memorial Park                      (SP 324 774)            at 65-miles

                       

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Tuesday 21st April - ride meets at Hunningham, Hill Top Farm Café (SP 276 671) at 1045hrs

          The ride will leave at approximately 1130hrs going to Harbury, The Shakespeare (SP 372 600) for lunch and return towards Coventry with riders leaving the group for home when convenient.

 

Saturday 18th April & 25th April

Earlsdon Wheelers meet at The City Arms (SP 320 780) at 0930hrs Get full details of the ride here

 

Additional Notices

 

The Cyclists’ Defence Fund is trying to make the Police and other parts of the legal system take traffic crime more seriously.  As part of the campaign it's raising funds to mount a private prosecution in the case of Michael Mason, a 70-year old cyclist who was killed by a car in central London last year:

www.justgiving.com/justiceformichael

 

 

Regards

Bob

 

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