Wheelers Epic Rides 2016

During 2016 the Frodsham Wheelers will embark on a number of extended  rides which are from out of the local area

There are three in particular which we here at Frodsham Wheelers HQ call  “Epic rides”

1) Anglesey Circular – Saturday 16th July 2016

The route is 100 miles and hugs the coast of Anglesey visiting the famous South Stack lighthouse. This is a circular route and covers  the most remote places of Anglesey. The scenery on show is breath taking and the wild life simply beautiful.

south stack lighthouse anglesey north wales
South Stack Lighthouse in Anglesey, North Wales.

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2) Buttertubs Beast – Saturday 11th June 2016

The Buttertubs Pass is a high road in the Yorkshire Dales, England
The Buttertubs Pass is a high road in the Yorkshire Dales, England.

Grinton Moor, Yorkshire Dales, England.
Grinton Moor, Yorkshire Dales, England.

This is the second Epic of 2016. Following in the footsteps of the 2014 TDF stage one the route covers 92 miles  and climbs over  8500ft so plenty of hills. Starting from the sleepy village of  Threshfield near Skipton the route heads north to Hawes then clockwise looping back to Threshfield.

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3) Coast to Coast – Saturday August 27th

epic coast to coast

Whitby on the North Yorkshire Coast.
Whitby on the North Yorkshire Coast.

The final Epic of 2016 the Coast to Coast Frodsham Wheelers style.

A very early start will be needed for the long  trek to the stunning  seaside town of Whitby situated on the North Yorkshire Coast.

Starting from Frodsham heading north to Preston. The route heads across the Yorkshire Dales national park and onto the North Yorkshire National Park. The total distance is 165 miles and 12,500ft of climbing.

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