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First ride out for this month, 4 riders turned up today me,Robin, Tim and first timer Richard. As we had nothing planned Robin suggested Boscastle. Perfect weather small group and a plan.
Robin lead the way Tamar bridge, Saltash and on to Kelly bray from there we did a round about route to Boscastle, through the village and up to a cafe on the top of the hill, Tea sausage sandwich, beautiful location and good company hard to beat this.
Robin our leader pointed out that the next few lanes are more remote,steep and never designed for the larger bike, Twas like been on a roller coaster, twisty, narrow, steep and in some places more gravel and potholes than tarmac, great fun provided you left the front brake alone.
This took us to Crackington then on to Widmouth bay. Fantastic views
really worth a visit via the proper roads.
Heading home fast sweeping roads, we split just before Ladycross, I followed Robin to Lifton, Tinhay and on to Tavistock where I left Robin to carry on home across the Moors to home.
Brilliant day with a great mix of roads and “donkey tracks” brilliant way to spend a Sunday and a bonus home for just after 2pm so the boss is happy.
Big thanks to Robin, Tim and Richard see you all next time.
Thanks Simon T
Six bikes left Yelverton heading for Winkleigh on twisty roads new to our group which was good fun.
We stopped for a very pleasant breakfast at a new café recently opened call Jonsies on the old aerodrome which is going to be a very popular place.
From here again on some new roads we made up an enjoyable route down to Buckfast Abbey where we all enjoyed a cup of tea sat in the sun….. from here we all made our various ways home.
John new to our group came along today for the first time and we look foreward to seeing him out again in the future.
STARTING AT YELVERTON GARAGE (in front of the shops )leaving at 9.30am.
Horrabridge,Brentor,Bratton Clovelly,Folley Gate and on to Winkleigh for breakfast,Monkokehampton,Whiddon Down,Moreteonhampstead,Teign Valley,Chudleigh Knighton and on to Buckfast Abbey for lunch,South Brent, Lee Moor and back to Plymouth.
Robin Car and wife Annette have come forward with a great route for the bikers this Sunday.
Kelly Bray, Plusha, Altarnun, Davidstow Moore, Warbstow, Tamar Lakes cafe stop.
Then on through Bradworthy, Putford, Littleham, Torrington, Umberleigh, South Molton, Eggesford, Winkleigh, Jacobstow, and old A30 to Strawberry fields, eat and disperse having a great day. 🙂
Well the lock down has been lifted so it’s all back to normalish. Despite the promise of wet weather Graham and Julie managed to arrange good weather for nearly the whole day. Nine bikes started the ride lead by Graham and Julie, new route for me up over the Moore’s to Princetown, at this point we split the group allowing the faster group to carry on while Pete took a smaller group on a more “rural” route, I carried on with Pete as tail end charlie.
I’d love to report on all the locations the satnav took us through but I hadn’t got a clue where I was, brilliant ride though up until one of our small group had an unexpected dismount. Hopefully no lasting injuries this incident reduced Pete’s group to two. this resulted in Quick progress been made to the dinner stop at Devants Torquay.
After dinner ride to Bow garden centre can best be described as a spirited ride and great fun. The break at Bow allowed everyone to finally meet up and socialize all under Government distancing regulations. The ride back to Tavistock and on to Plymouth could again be best described as spirited, with plenty of overtake, the weather held out for us all day and I was back home for my tea, so a fantastic day was had by nearly everyone, big thanks to Graham, Julie and Pete for leading my day out.
See you all next time. “Simon T”
Hay Bikers Ride out info.
Lee Moor, Burrator, Holne, Buckfastleigh, Totnes and on to Devant Motorcycles Torquay for breakfast, Teignmouth, around Exeter on to Bickleigh Bridge, Crediton either Moto Velo or Bow garden centre for lunch, Okehampton, Lewdown, Chilaton, Tavistock and on homewards.
Navigator Graham & Julie