Sundays are for bikers

Sundays level two route if no one else comes up with one.
Lee Moor Cornwood South Brent Newton Abbot Combeinteign HeadTeignmouth Starcross breakfast at Greendale garden centre near Farringdon Sidmouth Monition Cullompton Silverton Bickleigh Bridge Crediton Bow for lunch Hatherleigh Brandis Corner Sourton and on to Lifton Farm shop for a cup of tea and onwards home.
Graham PS.. THE CLOCKS GO FORWARD THIS Sunday Morning.. oh and its Mothers Day.

6 Plymouth Bikers out on Sundays run

Just to let you know six of us were at the start today myself and JulieChris Ian Pete and Robin. We decided to head for Looe in the rain and mist via Denham Bridge Gunnislake Hingston DownKelly Bray Rilla Mill Upton X Liskeard and on to a great stop for coffee and cakes in Looe. When we left after coffee the wind had become much stronger so we decided not to head for the North Cornwall coast and instead headed back to Ocean BMW via SeatonPortrinklearound and through both Kingsand and Cawsand along the narrow one way roads MillbrookTorpoint  and on to Ocean. A good fun ride enjoyed by everyone despite the all the weather could throw at us. Sorry no photos to attach. Look foreward to catching up with you and Dot in two weeks time.

Thanks Graham for the write up. Good to see you and some of the regulars making the most of it and managing to maintained some ride outs even in this weather. We have had a particularly bad couple of years of weather Lets hope this spring will make a change for us bikers. Looking back at the photos and videos from 2011– 201 we had sunshine every weekend and the motorbiking was in its prime lots of people enjoying the biking days. 

 

Robin said
I think last Sunday must have been one which attracted the real double-hard bikers as only 4 bikes turned up!

Anyway we had a most enjoyable rideout- I did the navigator bit leading everyone to Callington Launceston Red Post Upper Tamar Lake Bradworthy then Lizzies Larder at Milton Damerel for Brunch. There are some quite erm… interesting.. bumpy lanes on the last part of this route so our skills were honed in less-than-perfect conditions but we all survived!

Dave decided to make for home after the food so the rest of us headed off to Torrington then back along lovely clear roads to Hatherleigh North Tawton Whiddon Down then a cup of coffee and cake at Central Cafe Mortonhampstead.

After some good biker banter we split up to return home in different directions over the moor – I got back to Tavistock just as it started to rain so the timing was just about right!

Looking forward to seeing everyone this coming Sunday..

Robin

Sunday 12th Ride out

It was a cold cold day but several bikers did turn out for a morning ride. Stu stepped up and took the lead did us proud and navigated a fab route avoiding all major roads and winding our way up at Bridge Motorcycles for a well deserved cuppa and chat with biker friends Roger Jan Rob Stu Dot Pete Jo Dave Ian. A big welcome to Zac who joined us for the first time. Rob was breaking in a new bike to him a very nice 1200 Guzzi. Dot put her name down to test ride the new 900cc Yamaha XSR so another visit in order once they get one in on demo. After Exeter the group decided to split and head back home in the warm. Many thanks to Pete whom did a fab route on some roads Ive not seen on the way back home. Dot had a puncture on the way back after picking up a nail. Lucky we carry a puncture kit in the back of our bikes for such occasion. Until next time Ride Safe.

P.S just to remind us of the warmer weather and the good good friends we have met in our biker Life old vid..

Sunday Ride

 

Sunday Ride SaltashSt Germans Hessenford Loooe Pelynt Down to Fowey for breakfast on the Quay at Haveners Par St Blazey Luxulyan Lancet Towards  Wadebridge Lane End towards Camelford Altarnun Launceston for Lunch around TavistockPrincetown for tea and cakes Yelverton and home.

Graham

Sunday 8th is a PB biker ride day.

Thanks to Chris and Pete who came up with a great new destination for the PB luch stop. The guys navigated the crew of 8 up to have our first breakfast and banter at Okehampton Cafe. Then on the stunning long winding roads up to Fremington Key a great location and another old train station made into a fab cafe just what we needed. Then Ian and Robin planned a great route home. One hundred and fifty miles of glories roads.

Boxing Day Ride Out

Fancy a Boxing Day ride out?
Nothing too long or too late easy pace!
Dave is taking a level two easy pace ride for those who are bored of turkey and family and wish to blow the cobwebs away.
Meeting at the LATER TIME OF 10AM at Sainsburys Marsh Mills and leaving apporox 10.30am

The route is taking us up via Brixton Yealmpton Kingsbridge Chillington Strete Blackpool Sands. (Group Photo by the Tank) Slapton Sands
Stoke Flemming and arrive at Dartmouth for a cuppa at approx 11.40am
A stroll and banter around Dartmouth and around 1.30 travel on via Morleigh Totnes Buckfastleigh Poundsgate and arrive approx 1.35 at Widecombe-in-the-Moor for a spot of lunch. More bike talk and banter. We then head back via Two Bridges Princetown and back home for 3.30-4pm. APPROX 90 Miles Enjoy

 

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