CTC Exeter Sunday Rides
A - Longer and faster rides (usually 35 to 60 miles long often with repeated climbing and steep hills) B - Shorter and slower rides (usually 25 to 40 miles over a day, with some hills and a relaxed pace) Dev - Events by Devon CTC Ext - Events by external organisations
|8 Sept||B||Killerton||Clyst William Cross||Tipton St John||Pete|
|15 Sept||A||no A ride|
|15 Sept||B||Heart of Oak, Pinhole||Bickleigh||Templeton||Sheena & Lyndsay|
|22 Sept||B||Charmouth||Bearminster||West Bay||Kirby|
|29 Sept||B||Whimple station||Combe Garden Centre, nr Honiton||Otterton||John|
|6 Oct||Ext||Hospice care charity ride||details can be found here|
|13 Oct||B||Cullompton Sports centre||Halberton||Huntsman||Lyndsay & Sheena|
|20 Oct||B||Whimple station||Costa coffee, Cullompton||Bickleigh||John|
|3 Nov||A||TBA||TBA||TBA||Ian (aka Jan)|
|3 Nov||B||Airport||Kings Garden Centre, Exmouth||Sidmouth||John|
Sunday rides start at 10 am or as shown in the programme, at locations in and around Exeter. We ride about 10 miles to an 'elevenses' stop at a cafe, where riders often join or leave the ride. We then ride to a lunch stop, for which most riders carry a picnic lunch. We often aim to return by around 4pm, having usually ridden between 35 and 60 miles. It's a good idea to carry plenty to drink and some energy-giving food such as bananas and muesli bars.
The leader navigates and keeps the group together. Average speed is adjusted to suit the slowest rider, but is typically 10-12 mph.
Newcomers are welcome on all of our rides, and we have a web page which gives useful information for new riders.
We want our rides to be as safe as possible, so we have some guidelines called "Our Group Riding Guidance & Principles".
If you have any other questions beforehand please contact our secretary, Lyndsay Kyrke-Smith email email@example.com or telephone 01392 469 838