Saturday 21st September 2019 9:30am

Starting from - Homeleigh Garden Centre
PL15 9SP
Please turn right as you enter the car park and park down the far end away from the shop and café traffic. The car park is free
There are toilets as well as the garden centre and its restaurant..
, PL15 9SP

This The Widger Spoke Easies ride is open for anyone to join

  • 23 miles
  • All bike types
  • 2 hr 30 mins

Starting point

PL15 9SP

We will leave the garden centre and skirt around the north of Launceston before climbing gently onto a ridge which runs through Egloskerry followed by the steady climb up to Tresmeer. From there we will descend to Canworthy Water. We then climb up through Maxworthy and follow a gently undulating route picking up the ridge that runs through Boyton and descending down along the upper Tamar valley before the final climb back up to the garden centre.

Fancy exploring a new area? Come and join our friendly group on a steady 23 mile ride through the countryside on the Devon / Cornwall border. The ride will be undulating with some steady climbs and downhill sections.

We will be riding on mostly quiet B roads and narrow country lanes with their beautiful verges and hedges as well as their potholes. There will be views across to the North Devon Coast, the Bodmin Moor hills and Dartmoor. As the roads are narrow we stop if we need to let farm vehicles past.

There will be jelly baby stops on the ride and at the end of the ride we will go to the garden centre restaurant for post ride refreshment.

Please make sure that you bike is mechanically sound and that you carry at least one spare inner tube for your bike as well as means to inflate it. We require you to wear a helmet if you are riding with us. We will visit the garden centre café at the end of our ride so please bring cash for your tea and cake.

We never leave anyone behind

Who else is on this ride?

Ride leaders

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Diana Towers


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