Last Sunday Rides – 2023

April Sunday 30th. Western loop with a visit to Carlise motorcycle museum.

Start at Heddon on the Wall service station. Leave at 1000hrs Sunday 30th April, 2023

Head towards Carlise motorcycle museum.

Stop around 1hour. (1st coffee stop).

Please park around the back of the museum. Museum entry is £5.

Onto Newcastleton for lunch.

Head back to Heddon on the Wall via Carter Bar

Mileage 145 ish

Click on map for Tomtom GPX or email

May Sunday 28th Tan hill Run

Plan is to meet at 9:00 hours on Sunday for a 9:30 set off from Heddon on the wall service station. Ride to Middleton in Teasdale for a cuppa (around 1030 ish) then onto Hawes for lunch (an hour for lunch). From there onto Tan Hill before setting off towards home.

The ride will end around Chester Le Street, to allow people to peel off homewards. Sat nav file is now available from Keith Pattison via email.

June Sunday 25th. Our Northumbria 250

Our Northumbria 250, well not really, its 212 miles.

It has been suggested we do the Northumbria 250 in a day, hence, we’ve cut out the Durham bit (well its not in Northumberland, is it!)

9.30am meet for 10am departure at Heddon on the Wall -Kielder -Linton, Frogdon – Wooler – Berwick ‘ish – Seahouses – Alnwick and finish around Ponteland.

Stops will be discussed on the day before departure.

See you there

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July Sunday 31th – Solway Sunday

Plan is to meet at 9:30 hours on Sunday for a 10:00 set off from Heddon on the wall service station. Ride to Siloth, Cumbria.

A recon of the route will confirm details and the route will be explained on the day.

(Possible route; heading West along the Military Road, cut across M6 and head West through Wigton to Siloth.)

Click on map for link to GPX file

August Weekend26th/ 27th Summer Camp run – (Runs to be confirmed))

September Sunday 24th. TWIST ‘n CHIPS

Meet Heddon-On-The-Wall 09:00 am. Leave at 09:30 am. Route will be, Heddon on the Wall, Jedburgh (Coffee Stop), Kelso, Coldstream, Berwick A1 Roundabout, A1 South and turn off for Bamburgh, Seahouses (We have organised special parking in the centre of Seahouses and we will pre order lunch at the start of the ride from the chip shop, Keith will take the orders and organise payments on the day), follow the Coastal route South to Queen Elizabeth II lake (Ice cream van stop, Better be there this time !), end the ride here and riders can take the spine road South home or cross towards Morpeth for A1. Organised by Keith and Colin Banks.

Click on map for link to GPX file