Ride to Medbourne, Sunday 6th June

Brian is leading this ride and writes:

Start time: 9.30am
Meeting point: Moulton Co-op, Stocks Hill, Moulton, NN3 7TB
Distance: 43 miles
Refreshment Stop: The Milking Parlour Cafe at Wilbarston
Average Pace ride: 13mph

Option for longer route.

The ride goes out through Holcot, Draughton to Harrington. We then head due North on a very lumpy section often on single track roads (all metalled) in a series of climbs to be rewarded with long fast descents, especially in Dingley. To cross from one quiet lane to the next there are very short sections on main roads. At Weston by Welland we are in the valley for a flat respite then across to Ashley and down to Wilbarston for a coffee stop at The Milking Parlour Cafe at Wilbarston (seating and bike parking in the courtyard ).

https://www.facebook.com/MilkingParlour2020

From here it is a short ride back though the quiet lanes around Pipewell to Desborough and then back to Harrington, Walgrave and Moulton.

For those who would like to stretch their legs a little more there is an extended route through Medbourne.

More details from Brian on 01604 622073 or 07722 055149

Please remember to book with me either by email tunbridge21@gmail.com or via text. Depending on numbers we may need to ride in groups.

Please note this is a small change to the original Medbourne route because the Neville café has not opened yet.

See the web site www.ctc-northampton.org.uk for details of car parking at Moulton.

Two options 43miles steady pace, 49 miles for the longer one.

Here is the new primary 43mile route
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36200022

The longer route. 49 miles
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36200272


Brian Tunbridge
01604 622073
07722 055149

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