CTC Yellow Jersey Ride - A Slow tribute to the Tour

6 July 2014
Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)

9.15 for 9.30am START

(A bit later than usual start time)


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CTC Yellow Jersey Ride - A Slow tribute to the Tour
Date and time: 
6 July 2014 - 9:15am
Beginners or family ride
34 mi

Join us for a leisurely paced cycle ride to the village of Moreton that will soon witness
the Tour de France passing through its rural streets.
As our modest tribute to the tour's visit to Essex, we will ride to Moreton for a glass of
French wine (probably in the pub garden) via coffee at the Kelvedon Hatch Nuclear Bunker.

The ride will be led by very experienced cyclists who know the country lanes and
will ensure nobody is left behind. Any one with a reasonable level of fitness
and a road worthy bike should be able to complete this informal one-off event.
There are no costs other than the cost of food or drink at Kelvedon and

Start details: 
Outside Roomes (Home & Fashion) Store, Station Rd, Upminster, Essex RM14 2SX Roomes is just 50m from Upminster Tube / Rail. There are Excellent Tube and Rail Links to Upminster from East London and Essex. Check trains before travel for engineering work.

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Contact name: 
Stephen Ingall
Contact phone number: 
07890 386 984
Contact email address: 
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