December ADAPT Cycle Ride

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The December ADAPT cycle ride takes place this Sunday (10th December), and is a short ride out to Dagfield's and back following route L12 on the cycle map.

This route will show you how to reach Dagfield's by back lanes, using only a short stretch of main road at Hankelow. We will be going at our usual modest pace, so the ride is suitable for beginners, families, those returning to cycling or other cyclists just looking for a short trip.

The ride is all 'on-road', and the return journey covers 11.3 miles.

We plan to leave from outside The Bridge Inn, Audlem at 10.30.

At Dagfield's there will be time for a refreshment at the café and for a quick look around the Crafts and Antiques Centre before returning by the same route.

All ages are welcome, but children under 18 should be accompanied by an adult.

If the weather is seriously inclement at the start time, then a decision will be made to postpone or go ahead with the ride.

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