Bike Week “Breakfast” – Thursday 13th June

Bike Week *Morning Coffee* – at Salcey Forest

Ian Macsporran is leading this ride and writes:

Start time: 9.30 a.m.
Meeting point:
Canoe Centre (Nene Whitewater Centre), Bedford Road, NN4 7AA
Distance: 14 miles to Salcey Forest Café for coffee & cake with CTC MK
Pace: Steady

The skinny:

We plan to arrive at Salcey around 10.30am where we’ll meet up with the CTC Milton Keynes for coffee and cake.  There are usually a dozen or more cyclists from both Groups.  Return in your own time.  Please invite your cycling friends to join us.

The background:

Riding to the café at Salcey Forest for *breakfast* in Bike Week has been an established CTC tradition. The Northampton Group would meet at 7.30 a.m. at the Canoe Centre where for quite a few years Philip Gray led the ride. More recently, Brian Tunbridge led the group. We would go straight to Salcey where it was arranged that the café would open specially to serve breakfast at 8.00 a.m. The Milton Keynes Group would arrive at the same time. Participants would leave breakfast individually with their own routes to get to work.

With regulars either changing jobs and having longer commutes, or retiring and having no need to rise and shine quite so early, last year the event became a *morning coffee* ride. Same venue and the possibility of some participants riding back together if they wished. That’s the format for this year.

We’ll meet at the Canoe Centre at 9.30 a.m. and go to Salcey via Hardingstone, Milton Malsor, Blisworth, Roade and Ashton.

Return in your own time but, if you would like a group ride back to Moulton or part thereof, a route for before and after is here on RideWithGPS.

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