10:00 Sunday November 27 2022
Current Participants: 1 space(s) available
- Brewer, David
- Coxhead, Harry
- Garner, John
- Good, Andy
- Gorman, Jim
- Grant, KENNETH
- Hampson, John
- Hughes, Sue
- Mace, Andy
- Malloy, Paul
- Procter, Clare
- Ritchie, Ian
- Ritchie, Mary
- WHITE, Ed
- Williams, Peter
By booking onto this ride you agree that:
- you will act responsibly and adhere to the rules of the road and countryside;
- you acknowledge that it is your responsibility to ensure that any manoeuvre that you make is carried out safely;
- you confirm that you are fit and healthy enough to participate in the ride;
- you confirm that you have read and are aware of the Wirral Cycling Group Risk Assessment policy
- your cycle is in a safe, legal and roadworthy condition (see GCN’s 6 Checks Before You Ride);
- you have read Cycling UK’s advice on riding in a group;
- you understand that Cycling UK or Wirral Cycling Group cannot be held responsible for any personal injury, accident, loss, damage or public liability during the ride.
On the day we suggest that you should bring:
- wet weather wear and warm clothing
- a spare inner tube, a pump and tyre levers
- some food and drink to keep you going
- money for emergencies (and possibly lunch)
- a mobile phone
and that you should carry details of your address and an emergency telephone contact number, just in case.
Distance The ride is 24.7 miles out to Walters Cafe in Higher Kinnerton and will be a Grade C ride. With a return route back to Red Rooms of 19.8 miles. 44.5 in total.
Meeting We will be meeting at Red Rooms Cafe, Arrowe Park at 09:45 for a 10:00 depart.
Possible obstacles There are a number of small hills or long climbs on this ride, there are also a few steep slopes but nothing too difficult. When crossing main roads or major junctions we will look for pedestrian crossings / islands and traffic lights.
Lunch will be at Walters which we as a group have visited on a number of times over recent years, I have booked tables. Should you have any dietary needs then please e mail the cafe and make your own individual arrangements.
Hazards Riding a bicycle on public roads is inherently a risk, from busy traffic, you can mitigate those risks by being aware of other road users and anticipating their likely actions. If you have not done so then please do read the WCG guide and Risk Assessment policy
After Lunch I will be returning back to Red Rooms via Hawarden, Shotton, Burton Marshes, Neston and onto the Red Rooms
Trains On the outward leg there is a train station at Hooton and Capenhurst, on the return you can get a train from Neston that will take you to Bidston. I would advise you to bring money for both your lunch and the train should you choose to use them.
Questions via email please to Peter Williams