Cyclists tackle two tunnels route
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Weston Wheelers’ latest route took them through the two tunnels route on the Bath to Bristol cycl path.
This week’s Weston Wheelers’ route was designed by Steve Barnes and took in the two tunnels on the Bath to Bristol cycle path.
Leaving Weston on the A370, the group headed for Wrington to pick up three riders, taking the numbers up to 15.
After the climb up to Redhill, the riders flew down the descent to Chew Magna, passing the lake and into Bath.
The cycle path to Bristol uses an old railway line and took the group along the River Avon and into the centre of Bristol. After negotiating the Cumberland Bason, it was homeward bound back along the A370 to Weston.
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The ride was great fun, covering 77 miles and 3,500ft of climbing.
The Wheelers meet at 9am every Sunday at Priory School, so what not join them for a ride.
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