20. July 2019 - 9:00 till 13:00
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Lemon Tree at Langwith - Saturday GREEN Ride | Brookside Pharmacy | Saturday, 20. July 2019

Details:
Sitwell CC Road Captain:
Mick Harrison
Leaving from the corner of Turner Lane & High Street at 9am.
Ride description:
We are off to Nether Langwith and the highly rated Lemon Tree Café. 5* on trip advisor and the restaurant guru states 'This cafe is recommended to British cuisine lovers. The Lemon Tree at Langwith serves mouthwatering coleslaw, sandwiches and bacon'.
A typical lumpy ride for this neck of the woods taking in familiar roads to Spinkhill and then heading upwards to Bolsover via Oxcroft and the Blackbanks climb, as with any ascent of Bolsover this will be the main challenge of the day. It's then mainly downhill to Whaley and the café stop at Nether Langwith. 
The return to base is via Cresswell and then quiet lanes towards Kiveton Park and Dog Kennel Lane taking us to South Anston to cross the A57. It's then back onto quiet roads to Brampton-le Morthen, Thurcroft and the final descent to base.
Total distance is 38 miles / 61 km with total elevation gain 2,588 feet / 774 metres.
The route can be downloaded here: 
The Cafe stop is at the highly rated Lemon Tree Café.
The pace on this ride will be approx 12-14 mph.
----What do you need?Helmets are required, and carry at least one spare inner tube plus a basic tool kit comprising a minimum of:Multi-toolTyre leversChain tool (chain breaker)One inner tube (preferably two)Spanner (with multiple size holes, helps with brake/pedal situations)Spoke keyMini pump (or gas canisters and valve)An emergency tenner (useful at the cafe stop if nothing else)In the Winter months riders should have full length mudguards and preferably a mudguard flap - it helps to keep our kit clean!Our no-drop policy applies to every club ride so there will usually be a tool for the job amongst us somewhere and hands on deck to help out. However, it's still wise to carry a toolkit of your own in case you have to head back home alone for any information can be found on our site here: of the roadEveryone on a club ride needs to take responsibility for the safety of others as well as for themselves. In order to ensure our rides remain safe as well as good fun, we ask all our members to follow some basic rules and standards of cycling etiquette.If you're considering just doing part of this ride we would recommend you familiarise yourself with the area and/or bring a map of some kind. However, if you ask the Road Captain they will help as much as possible in directing let someone know if you leave the ride/group as we don't want to waste time searching for you if nothing is wrong. If you are struggling in anyway don't suffer in silence, please let the Road Captain know so they can help if is an opportunity to meet up for a ride with others and socialise. Although someone will be determining the route you are ultimately responsible for your own actions.