Sat 07 August 2021 – Big Ride!

After last week’s new beginning ride, which saw us revise the traditional Allez Prestwich ride profile, this week we go in an opposite direction with our annual ‘easy’ day out to the cycling heaven that is the Cheshire Lanes. On Saturday 7th August, the route is a longer loop taking in some lovely quiet roads with a Stand Up café stop at the Trading Post in Goostrey. Principle towns we will pass through are Budworth, Pickmere, Plumley, Goostrey and Alderley Edge. 75 Miles, 2500ft. Starting and ending at the Manchester Velodrome. As this is a longer ride than usual, please allow more time when forecasting your time of return. To compensate a little, there is an earlier start time of 0800.

Meet details……Saturday 7th August.
08:00 – St. Mary’s Flower Park (for those based closer to Prestwich)
08:30 – Outside the main entrance to Manchester VelodromeRoute link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37010457

#COVID#
All legal requirements may now have passed but please keep in mind covid has not.
Please be respectful that people have different boundaries and also please keep in mind that the virus is very much still out there. Try keep distance where possible/required.
Obviously, exercise common sense if you don’t feel right then please don’t attend.
Obviously as ever this ride is a placeholder for likeminded folks. We do not take any responsibility for decisions that individuals make and as such please keep this in mind before attending rides.

#NAVIGATION#
If you have a GPS device, please download the route so that you can follow it.
Polite request to not ride off of the front if you either do not have the route or you have not studied it.

#CAFE STOP#Bring your cash, CC and mask for informal sandwich, pie, cake, coffee and/or coke etc.

## SAFETY & RIDE UPDATES ##
Here’s a link to some important information/safety stuff about our rides, please have a read before attending our rides.
https://allezprestwich.co.uk/ride-information-safety-tips/
Also, please visit the website, Facebook or Twitter channels periodically, and especially the day of the ride, to ensure nothing has changed. We sometimes have to make weather enforced changes to start times or in extremes may even have to cancel rides