Ride Reports

  • The World's End Audax is one of John Perrin's 200 km Audaxes starting from Macclesfield. The name of the ride takes it's name from the gorge in Denbighshire enclosed by cliffs and with only a single track road passing through it. The 2015 calendar event will be held on Sunday 24 May. In this article from the Spring 2013 issue of Arrivee, Peter Bond recounts his ride with John Perrin on the permanent version of the audax.

     

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  • The Old 240 is one of AUK's toughest and most scenic events, climbing its way through classic Pennine landscapes. This year's calendar event takes place on Saturday, 23 May.The event is also available as a perm from Chris Crossland, which is how Peter Bond did it. In this article from the summer 2012 Arrivee, he recounts his memorable ride in the hills of northern England.

     

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  • The Old Roads Audax is a 300km cycling event starting from Honiton. It is a simple route in the quietest and best cycling routes of rural Devon and Somerset. The next calendar event will be held on 9 May. The ride is also available as a perm. In this article from the summer 2012 Arrivee issue, Chuffy Simmonds recalls his ride. Photos were provided by Dave Atkinson.

     

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  • The Red Rose Ride is a scenic 200 km event from Halifax in the heart of Yorkshire. The route heads out though the Forest and Trough of Bowland to Glasson Dock on the Lancashire coast. It then returns along quiet lanes before taking faster roads to the finish. The next calendar event will be on Sunday 15 March. The event is also available as a perm. In this article from the summer 2013 Arrivee, Peter Bond recounts his ride in the spring of that year.

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  • Greg Melia recounts his experiences riding The Bryan Chapman, arguably Audax UK's most prestigious 600km event.

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