This ride is another 'century' ride - 100 miles. It heads to the last place where the Welland can be crossed, Fosdyke. There is about a mile or two of 'strada bianche' along the Welland but it is easily passable on a road bike.
Refreshment stops are at about 50 and 100 Km, in Market Deeping and then Pinchbeck, just North of Spalding.
This is one if you really want to challenge yourself on a gravel bike. 100 miles of mixed terrain, 1,300 meters of climbing, in Norfolk.
Here are two 55 Km loops that leave the clubhouse, go West around Market Harborough and then return to the start point for refreshments. One loop goes clockwise, and the other simply reverses the ride and goes anti-clockwise - make sure you download the right one!
For a Sunday club run, go anti-clockwise and stop off at Waterloo Farm, just North of Great Oxendon.
This is a shorter route, ideal for winter, with the café coming up after 38 km. If you want a really short route you can cut through Bulwick village after 17.5 km.
Here are some routes that we regularly use for club runs. Use the Categories to limit the routes you see. The compass points relate to where the ride goes from the clubhouse. Routes can be downloaded for your cycle computer, either directly as a GPX or via Strava for TCX.