Butleigh Wheelers News

Current Wheelers News Items  ……

17th October 2019

An almost full complement of 11 Wheelers completed a www-reduced circuit to Cary, on muddy lanes. (If Anne Moody needs a Christmas suggestion, buy John a mudguard!)  

The Place made us welcome before the traditional return via Ditcheat. 
10th September 2019

An excellent morning out with the weather doing us proud. We really enjoyed the route out of Wincanton, very picturesque return route. Good to see John G again after a short break, excellent company, thanks to all.
3rd October 2019

A fairly brisk ride in cooler conditions to far-flung Merriott, where we had our usual warm welcome. The staff even rustled up a miniature birthday cake, plus candle, with accompanying refrain for the birthday girl. Rain held off until we were all back in Butleigh. AM & BM came back a more direct route from Long Sutton, so stats reflect this

26th September 2019

A gentle pre-Sportive wheel out to Wookey Hub returning via the ford and Godney

19th September 2019

No Wheelers ride, every one either recovering from ops, on holiday or other feeble excuses.

12th September 2019

A lovely lake loop for today’s tireless trio with a halt at Salt & Malt, somewhere near Chew Magna.

5th September 2019

Walter and Ceris on their own to Chapel Cross via Adber and Trent. Everyone else away.

29th August 2019

Great morning, great company, great route planning Walter, to Sherborne

22nd August 2019

A Mendip meander to Mells with fantastic views and fast descents.

15th August 2019

A great outing with the treat of the coffee stop in the fully road bike themed Feed Station, perhaps the best-yet coffee stop, another brilliant day out.

8th August 2019

A lovely morning's weather for cycling on an ad hoc route to a crowded but typically eccentric Sweets via Wells, Easton and back by Pedwell and Street where we saw Paul safely home. Good company.

1st August 2019

Lovely ride to the seaside and a great café stop - thanks for the idea Barry and Gill to go to Burnham and for the café recommendation. A super day in super company. Quite a speedy ride but then there were not many hills; I only noticed the two, Brent Knoll and the Tor, and we didn't go up either of those. We navigated the concealed turn without incident and half of us including the routenfuhrer even managed not to take a wrong turning.

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