2022 Trivets – Details and Entry Form

CTC Triennial Veterans Ride 2022   &  CTC Coventry Centenary Ride – Sunday 12th June 2022


Note – We were unable to hold our 100-mile ride in 2021 to celebrate CTC Coventry’s Centenary. Therefore, this ride is doubling as both the postponed Centenary Ride and a national Tri-Vets Ride: Therefore participation is not subject to an age limit.

Take a look at the details then download an Entry Form from the bottom of this page

 

ORGANISER:

Bob Tinley, 66 Craven Avenue, Binley Woods,  Coventry, CV3 2JT                  

Telephone:    024 7654 2676       Mobile:   077 1783 3565

 e-mail: Chairman@coventryctc.org.uk

 

START:

DATE:  12th June 2022     LATEST START TIME:  0800hrs    

LOCATION: Binley Woods Village Hall, Rugby Road, CV3 2AX on the south side of A428 on the western side of the village  (OS Grid Reference: Sheet 140 – SP 396 775)             

The hall will be open from 0730hrs, hot drinks will be available in the hall before and after the ride, which officially starts at 0800hrs.  In practice we hope the first group will leave at about 07.45hrs

GETTING THERE:

RAILWAY STATIONS:

Rugby            8.7-miles east of Binley Woods on A428 – mostly rural roads

Coventry        5.0-miles west north-west of Binley Woods on A428 – mostly urban roads

 

CAR PARKING:

The “Church in Binley Woods” will be using the village hall during the day, so we have been asked to leave the car park available for their use.

Please park on local roads, or it would be better to park in the school lay-by on the eastern edge of the village, as shown on the attached plan.  It’s about half a mile to ride down to village hall from there.

 

THE ROUTE:

The route uses OS 1:50,000 maps 140: Leicester & Coventry and 151: Stratford-upon-Avon, although all groups will be led, and route maps will not be necessary.  A small-scale route is attached and GPX files of the route will be sent with registration confirmation.

12 hours are allowed for the event, which comprises a circular route into the north of the Cotswolds including the highest tarmac road in Warwickshire (Lark Stoke over the Ilmington Downs).

The route will take you along some of our favourite lanes and uses a variety of refreshment stops as you might expect on a Cycling UK event.

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We intend to have fun, so please enjoy the day with us.

 

CATERING:

All catering is pre-paid with a Morning Break at The Herb Centre, Warmington consisting of:

          • tea, coffee, and soft drinks
          • a selection of cakes

 

Lunch at Little Wolford Village Hall comprises:

          • Ham salad with new potatoes, crusty bread etc.
            • or
          • Quiche and salad with the above
          • Fruit crumble
            • or
          • Bread & butter pudding
          • Copious quantities of tea, coffee, and squash

 

Afternoon Break at The Garden Shed, Wellesbourne comprises:

tea, coffee, and soft drinks

a selection of cakes

 

SOUVENIRS:

Tri-Vets Badges & Date Bars may be purchased from Cycling UK National Office

 

All riders of the event will be presented with a certificate on completion.

 

 

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