CTC Coventry & CTC Rugby rides for the week beginning Sunday 22nd April 2018
Coventry Sunday 22nd April
Rides meet at the Memorial Park by the Park & Ride facility (SP 324 774).
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- An easy paced ride will be led by Vicky Palethorpe to Charlecote, The Garden Store (SP 263 564) and back to Memorial Park.
- Anyone fancying a slightly faster morning ride is very welcome to join the longer ride and return home after the coffee break. There are usually a few people riding to coffee only, so you can be sure of some company on the return journey.
- There will be a longer ride led by George Riches (024 7645 2437, 077 4986 7516) to:
- Willoughby, The Pantry (SP 524 673) for coffee after 20-miles and return to
- Coventry, Memorial Park after a total of 40-miles.
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Coventry Tuesday 24th April
Meeting point: Astley Book Farm (SP 324 880) at 1045hrs.
Rugby Wednesday 25th April
- The ride will meet at 0930hrs at Yelvertoft Village Hall (SP 594 758), riding to
- Ullesthorpe, Palmers Garden Centre (SP 518 869) for coffee and
- Brinklow for lunch
Please contact Bob Caldwell (0132 7704694) for more details.
Links to other local clubs
- BikeRight! are recruiting and training cycling instructors for Warwickshire. They are running four day courses in Birmingham in March or August and are offering a large discount on the cost of the course to Cycling UK members. Please get in touch with Tom Holness here
- Earlsdon Wheelers meet at The City Arms (SP 320 780) at 0930hrs every Saturday.
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- Vista is a Club for visually impared and sighted cyclists based in Earlsdon. They are always pleased to hear from sighted people who will volunteer to pilot one of their tandems with a blind stoker.
- The bike workshop at the Peace House has been helping the Coventry community for years, and seen many bikes come and go.
- Donations of bikes are received, refurbished with second-hand and new parts, then sold as cheaply as possible.
- People are taught to fix their own bikes and learn valuable skills.
- The aim is to get people cycling on good, safe bikes.
- The Peace house is currently open every Tuesday: for the morning, afternoon and evening.