The next 30 days
Sat 5th Sep 11:00
Meet outside the reception at Ayr University of West Scotland.
We’ll head for a good vantage point to capitalise on Ayr Air Show. Some cycling will be on tracks and paths.
As eating houses will be busy, please bring a packed lunch.
Make allowances for busy roads, car parks and trains too as you plan your way to the start.
Sun 6th Sep 10:00
An OPEN DOORS DAY trip round Irvine and Kilwinning with a lunch break at a convenient point.
Probably as much standing as cycling but it gets you out - and you might learn something unusual.
DIstance usually less than 20 miles.
Wed 9th Sep 10:30
Peter’s ride will take us out of Stewarton, across to Fenwick, to Moscow and
then towards Darvel.
Then we go north of the Irvine valley and into the hills, where one of the aims is to get to the radar golfball on the Lairds Seat (361m).
Lunch at this stage is proposed for the Eglinton Arms in Eaglesham, or on the green for picnickers.
From Eaglesham, we shall follow the Humble road back to Mearns, and then return to Stewarton.
Estimated distance is about 45 miles.
Sat 12th Sep 12:30
Why not try one of our DIY MEETs.
We nominate a cafe/restaurant/whatever, and you start from wherever you like, cycle to the designated venue, arrive at the designated time, hopefully meet up with other similarly minded CTC members, have a coffee and a natter then head home - perhaps with company for some of the way.
Nominated cafe for this meet is at Roodlea - at the golf range between Coylton and Dobbies Garden Centre, just off the A70 Ayr to Coylton road.
Sun 13th Sep 10:00
An out-of-county experience in Dumfries & Galloway as John Muir leads us from Sanquhar up to Wanlockhead via Eliock Bridge.
With the toughest part of the day out of the way, the ride continues via Leadhills, Elvanfoot, Crawford, Abington and Crawfordjohn before returning to Sanquhar.
41 miles and a picnic lunch so don't forget to bring food.
Sun 20th Sep 9:00
Cycle from Bellahouston Park through the Clyde Cycle Tunnel to SEMPRE cyclists’ cafe in Partick for breakfast, then on to the Transport Museum with loads of bike displays, then by ferry or Bell’s Bridge back on to southside.
Predominantly uses Clydeside Cycleways.
Lunch at the Transport Museum - picnic (bring your own) or sit-in.
Drew and Pat lead.
Note the start time!
Wed 23rd Sep 10:30
Phillip closes out the Midweek Rides season by introducing the Forth & Clyde canal to the midweek crew.