A group of 8 riders left the Piazza on a fine morning for what transpired to be a long and challenging ride to Stithians. Participants were Hugh (leader), Peter Hargreaves, John Gilbert, Niq Carter Rowe, Penny, Ian, and two guests, Steve and son William (13). Peter and John parted company at Perranwell for a shorter […]
Once again a good mix of clubs represented among the 33 riders of varied experience who turned out on another dry evening. The fine weather also meant at least 10 tractors were spotted along the route. Results are here results 100517.
What a nice sunny day, compared with the terrible weather we all experienced the day before. I was hoping the blue skies would attract a few cyclists and was relieved to see seven cyclists gathering on Lemon Quay (Chris F, Dom, Martin, Shaun, Gareth, Malcolm and James, a new recruit). After the signing in process […]
Twenty three riders braved the chilly North wind to zip along the Ladock Valley S6 course. Not such fast times as a fortnight ago, but it’s early season. Good to see a wide variety of clubs represented. Results are here : results 260417
Twenty five riders came out on a beautiful evening – not too warm, not too windy – and the Ladock valley looking at its best with an abundance of primroses and bluebells. It was great to see a mixture of old faces, visitors and first timers. We noticed a bit of healthy competition between our […]
Presented here is a potted guide to planning a ride. This is not intended to be anything definitive, but merely one leader’s suggestions about route planning, and should be prefaced with the statement, that although this represents the electronic view, no slight is intended against those wishing to use more traditional techniques, especially as […]
The ride for the day was planned as a kind of antidote to the previous weeks ride, which had been relatively flat and somewhat frenetic. Hence the route taken was to be along the more leisurely lanes of Kenwyn Road, Idless valley and so on… It was part way along the valley that the folly […]