Tuesday, 5 September 2017

A few challenges for September?

I had an idea to do a couple of trips before the winter sets in.
  1. The first concerns a sportive that I can recommend from having done it last year - details below
    This White Horse sportive as usual comes in various lengths but the 80 mi route is a cracker! Do have a look and if you're interested we might combine transport or at least team up on the route.
  2. This second is an idea for a non Club ride day to go and do a route that takes in several of the most challenging hills in the North York Moors. It starts and finishes in Gt Ayton (home of the world's best ice cream maker Suggitt's!) The route is 125km 2800m ascent and includes Grosmont to Sleights Moor, Rosedale chimney & Blakey Bank among others.
    If you are interested in joining me for this, let me know, and we can choose a time of fair weather and go for it! (The route can be modified at various places to make it a little shorter but not missing out on the ice creams!) 
The GPX for the NY Moors route is here (download it) and below is an image of the route(click)

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