Tuesday 24th August 2021 10:00am

Starting from - Meet on The Green, Scotter by the war memorial
Post code, DN21 3UD
Grid Ref, SE 886009
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Please arrive at 9:45 to allow for introductions, briefing and safety check and a prompt start at 10:00.
Please ensure you have a spare inner tube (even if you are running tubeless) and a working pump.
Helmets are strongly recommended and you will probably want to bring cash or card for refreshments. DN21 3UD

This Guided Rides North Lincs ride is open for anyone to join

  • 42.4 miles
  • Hybrid (road tyres), Road
  • 4 hr 20 mins

Starting point

DN21 3UD

A pan flat, all tarmac 42 miles from Scotter up the Trent bank to cross the river on Keadby Bridge. We then go down the west bank, with a slight detour for refreshments at Pantry 8020 in Misterton, then back to the river at the Old Shipyard, to take the river bank path to recross the river at Trent Port Bridge, Gainsborough. Returning via Moreton and Laughton Forest.

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A pan flat, all tarmac, ride from Scotter up the Trent Bank, crossing the river at Gunness, the down the west bank with a bit of a detour for refreshments at Pantry 8020 in Misterton. Recrossing the Trent at Gainsborough and returning through Laughton Forest. For those who know the area we WONT be riding on the Ramper dual Carriageway in to Gainsborough but on the riverside path from Beckingham down to Trent Port Bridge.

The roads are mainly quiet, even through Gainsborough. The ride is all tarmac and suitable for road bikes and hybrids - ebikes are fine.

Planned refreshment stop is at Pantry 8020, Misterton

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    Ride Leader

Ian Cameron


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