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Thanks to Andy Burch for leading the B ride this weekend; “All the 5’s B ride, 55 miles 5515 ft of climbing” B&Q out and up Borringdon hill,out to Cadover Bridge,Yelverton,Dousland, up to Princetown,out to Two Bridges,B3357 to Dartmeet, up the CofinStone,…
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Many thanks to Ski for stepping in at the last minute and offering to lead a leisure ride this week. His planned route is out through Sparkwell and Cornwood and up to Wranagton for a loop of the Erme valley. Thanks Ski and have a great ride all :)
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Thanks to Justin Cartwright for volunteering to lead the B’s this weekend; Usual route to Wrangaton, Moreleigh, Dartmouth. Route home decided on the day. Usual B pace. 60 miles with plenty of climbing. Weather looking good but cold. Enjoy!
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Thanks to both Becky Pengelly and Mike Goulding for volunteering to lead the C ride this weekend, route is as follows ; Via Totnes cafe stop Paignton suggestions for routes back discussed at cafe. Full details of route Tbc Thanks both
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Thanks to Nikki Bray for volunteering to lead the B ride this weekend, route as follows; B Ride for Sat, First credit to Chris Glazier as I am borrowing his C route from a few weeks ago. From B&Q we will head for Cornwall via the Tamar bridge, meet us…
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Thanks to Michael Smith for volunteering to lead the D ride this weekend; Saturdays ride ( last from me for a few weeks) 0830 B&Q Ivybridge – Ermington- Totnes – Buckfastleigh – Bovey Tracey – Whiddon down – Oke – Tavy – Pork & Merrivale sorry😦 – Foxtor…
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Hi all, This is a bit last minute,but I would rather be out riding than shifting rubble on a sunny day. Leaving B&Q at 09:00, wrangaton to Bucky, climb a past Venford on to the moor. Back to the Foxtor for the cafe stop before heading home. 52 miles. Ian
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Well the rides are looking a bit thin on the ground this weekend so I’ll happily lead a D ride at a steady pace and if no-one comes forward to lead a C ride you’re welcome to join us and we’ll ride at a pace suitable for whoever turns up. :) Please note…
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Hi Everyone, Following all sorts of useful discussions at our April members evening we agreed a few actions. This is a communication about one of them! Others to follow…………. Firstly we are a popular club with a membership level that makes us one of the…
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Thanks to both Ray and Ski for volunteering to lead the Leisure ride this weekend,  route is as follows; B&q Tamar bridge Saltash Hatt Callington Kelly bray cafe stop Toward lauceston and turn right Tavistock cafe stop Yelverton Home Ski
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Thanks to Paul Hiles and Simon Rooke for volunteering to lead the A ride this week, route is as follows; This weeks A ride will be BQ- Roborough-Green Lane- Horrabridge – Tavistock – Lamerton – Bren Tor – Mary Tavy – Back to Tavistock, Cafe stop at Bobs…
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**Quick update – Kit Statement**   The Commitee would like to thank you for both taking part in the recent poll (Now closed) and for submitting to us your feedback via FB, Website and Email.   At this time we ask for your continued patience, whilst we…
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"We started purely as a mountain bike group 20 years ago. Rides were once a week, on a Tuesday, and in the winter we’d stop and wouldn’t meet again until the spring. 

Soon we decided that we wanted more, and started Sunday rides. Then we began riding on the road during the winter evenings as training for mountain bike races.

Things have evolved since then.

Now we organise a number of road and mountain bike rides every week throughout the year. Some cater for the fit and experienced cyclist whilst others provide for people new to the sport or those who just want to have a bit of fun on a bike. 

To get a taste of what our various rides are like, have a look at the official YOGi Cycling website.

Our riders take part in many different areas of the cycle sport including sportives, road racing, mountain bike racing, enduros and some ride for pleasure!"

YOGi Cycling are now the largest cycling club in Plymouth with over 450 members.

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A great location with good views out over the bay. Good cake, tea and coffee and can cope well with our large cycling club even with no prior notice.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
This is one of our favourite cafes. No matter how many of us there are (we're a rather large cycling club), we can be sure of excellent food and service. It's a great location too. Plenty of indoor and outdoor seating and very pleasant to sit outside during the summer.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
A great location on a good day!! There is only outdoor seating so don't cycle there on a wet or cold day. The setting, food and drink makes the ride down (and the back-track back up the hill again) well worth it.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
A nice "truck-stop" style cafe with all of the food you'd expect and, consequently, just the right type of cafe stop for large groups of hungry cyclists.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Plenty of seating inside and out and can cope well with our large groups. Good food. Cafeteria style.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Blackpool Sands is another popular stop for YOGi Cycling. A perfect setting on a nice day. Good food and service. We never want to leave - and that has nothing to do with the hills up each side of the valley!
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
(Firstly, we're only reviewing the cafe). This is a relatively new addition to our list of cafe stops. Great food and service with plenty of seating for our rather large groups to sit.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago