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It is a lovely time of year for a bike ride – fireworks, toffee apples, conkers, and Breeze bike rides in Delamere Forest to see the Autumn leaves turn from green to amber, orange and russet. The Weaver Valley CC is supporting guided rides for beginners which are either traffic free or on quiet roads. This provides an introduction to group cycling, for riders who don’t yet feel confident enough for a club run! They are fun and easy. Free to book online too on the links below.

Breeze – Women only

Delamere Forest bike ride.

A steady 7 mile bike ride along the Whitemoor Trail followed by tea and cake at Linmere Visitor Centre. Dates: 19th, and 26th September, 3rd, 10th, 17th and 31st October. 10:00 am.

 Guide Dogs for the Blind charity bike ride

Breeze joins up with the WVCC for a family day out through picturesque Cheshire countryside of thatched cottages and castles at Beeston and Peckforton.  Ride to Cheshire Ice Cream Farm at Tattenhall and meet the lovely guide dogs. A special annual event organised by Alan Silver, which will be full of interest. Sunday 29th September at 9:30 am.

 Sleigh Bell Lunch

Along the same route to Tattenhall, and a steady 30 miles, this is a festive trip to Cheshire Ice Cream Farm. A nice way to round off our first year with Breeze here in Northwich. Saturday 14th September at 10:00 am.

Sky Ride Local

These rides are mixed and with varying degrees of difficulty. These are a useful introduction to riding in a group, and a good way to build up the skills needed to enjoy a club run.

Ride the Salty Rails

Sunday 8th September at 10:00am. A steady 10 miles along the Whitegate Way.

Scream for Ice Cream

Riding out from Marbury Country Park along quiet country lanes, this is an ideal first ride on the road. Sunday 15th September at 14:00 pm.

Guide Dogs for the Blind Charity Bike Ride

The Weaver Valley CC invite you to join with them on a fun family day out to Cheshire Ice Cream Farm. Children are welcome too if accompanied by an adult. There will be charity volunteers and guide dogs waiting at Tattenhall for our arrival, and you will be offered free refreshments as a contributor to this worthy cause. Sunday 29th September at 9:30.

If you have any questions about to the best ride for you, or the suitability of your bike, Feel free to contact me, Claire O’Brien, British Cycling Ride Leader, 07793749765 or twitter Speedy1319