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Primavera Route Change - Warmer weather = quieter roads

hi there , because of the unseasonably warm weather. We're going to get off the main roads for our Primavera ride, read on to find out more...
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You might remember ...

back when we first wrote to you about the Primavera ride we told you that we were opting for a route that would be rideable in almost any kind of weather you're likely to get at the end of Feb.

But here we are with 5 days to go to the event, we've had no frost in ages and it's forecast to stay that way right through the weekend.

So earlier this week we got in the car, went for a drive and re-planned the route (same distance though) to get us off the main roads and into some of the amazing lanes that are there to be discovered out west from Sugnall. 

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How does this change the event? 

We hope the main change is that it means a nicer ride for you with less traffic. We recognise that not everyone has a GPS device though, so we're going to go out and sign the route too for you as it's a little more complex than our original route. 

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Where's the detailed info?

We've updated the web page here with more to cover everything you need to know including:
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