The Berwick Beamer

Due to Covid restrictions, nearly all rides in 2020 were restricted to 6 riders. In September such a group rode the Berwick Beamer loop which gets its name because it starts at Berwick upon Tweed and during, and at the end of the ride, you have a big beam on your face.

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West of Alnwick and the coast

This is one of a number of great road routes we rode in groups of 6 in 2020, so good we rode it again a few weeks later. We cycled to, and down, the coast almost to Warkworth before heading inland to the eastern edge of the Cheviot Hill.

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The Land of Oak & Iron loop

On Saturday 19th December 2020, club ride leader Graham Patton led a small group of us on what Ted now calls The Land of Oak & Iron loop.

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Gravel Bikes

One of TVMTBC’s most respected members, who is always an early adopter, bought a gravel bike in late 2018 and rode it at every opportunity, each time extolling its virtues and adaptability. Even though I witnessed this first hand  I was not convinced gravel biking was any more than a fad and possibly an over-rated fad at that.

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MOD Otterburn and Upper Coquetdale

Today 10 club members with a range of ages on a variety of bikes rode the amazing MOD Otterburn and Upper Coquetdale loop in the Cheviot Hills close to the Scottish Border.

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Hexhamshire Common

7 of us slotted a favourite evening ride across Hexhamshire Common to above Allendale and back again in between days of stormy weather.

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Northumbrian Bridleways

8 riders including 11 year old Adam went exploring bridleways we weren't familiar in Northumberland in the north of England on Wednesday evening. It was a XC adventure lasting 3 hours finishing in the dark. Well done Ruth who rode her first Wednesday evening route.

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Hexhamshire Horseshoe

Wonderful ride of the west half of the Hexhamshire Horseshoe route in the north of England on Wednesday evening in glorious sunshine.

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