Fleet Flyer 2019 Routes

Tri-Vet 2016 Routes

Off-Road Rides

On-Road Rides

<15 miles

15 to 30 miles

30 to 40 miles

40 to 50 miles

50 to 60 miles

Cycle Routes

The map pages and routes

To see a map page and associated route, click on the left-hand menu. Besides displaying the route on the map there are also some details about coffee stops/lunch stops used and when the route was last cycled by the club. Please note that although all the routes have actually been ridden by Fleet Cycling, road conditions may be very different on the day and Fleet Cycling accepts no liability for the road conditions on the day of the ride(s).

Ride leaders may post a different GPX/TCX/FIT file or link to Ride With GPS of their proposed route before each ride on the Facebook page. Posts on that page are also visible shortly afterwards on the Home page of the Fleet Cycling website, and the Home > Upcoming Rides page. New riders may wish to familiarise themselves with the route before the ride. If you have issues with the ride details, please contact the ride leader.

Please note that posts on the Fleet Cycling Facebook Group are not visible here on this site, due to Facebook API restrictions.

Our routes are recorded with various Garmin GPS devices but be wary of changing road conditions, especially during the winter months.

Star Classification

We have also given our club rides a star classification 1* to 5*. For an explanation of the star classification, see the About Our Rides page.

Downloading Existing Routes (Ride With GPS App, or Smart Phone)

All routes are embedded in the route page. If you are using the Ride With GPS app or a smart phone, click on "Send to Device" and follow the instructions.

Downloading Existing Routes (Garmin Device)

All routes are embedded in the route page. If you are using a Garmin, click on "View Main Page" and then click on the "Export" tab. FIT and TCX are the recommended formats for newer cycling-specific Edge devices such as the 820 and 1000 series. Older Garmin devices should be capable of reading the legacy GPX format.

Other information provided

If there are interesting features to see on the ride, or hazards such as crossing busy roads, we have usually noted that on the map page.

If you have any comments or questions then contact colin@fleetcycling.org.uk

Jack, Bob and Alan checking the route

These old timers need to get a Garmin!

Upcoming Calendar Events

Sun 25

3* Club Ride to Country Market Kingsley

Sun 25 Aug 19 @ 09:30 - 13:30
Tue 27

4* Club Ride to TBD

Tue 27 Aug 19 @ 09:30
Wed 28

Facebook Page Feed

4 weeks ago

Fleet Cycling

Timeline PhotosIt is legal to ride two abreast on a road. The benefit for cyclists is increased visibility and the length of the obstruction for a driver is shortened when passing large groups.

Rule 66 of the Highway Code says you should never ride more than two abreast, and ride in single file on narrow or busy roads and when riding round bends.

Cyclists should factor in road conditions and on narrow or busy roads and around bends, should go into single file.

Drivers should be aware that cyclists can ride two abreast and is legal to do so. When approaching large groups of cyclists, give them time, space and be observant when overtaking. They may have to move out into the carriageway quickly to avoid a pothole. Give them the space when overtaking that you would a car.

If a group of cyclists are holding up the traffic, they should consider moving into single file, to let the cars pass, this helps to keep the traffic flowing.

Further rules on overtaking found in the Highway Code are:

Rule 162
Rule 163
Rule 212
Rule 213

The above messages are part of the #CycleSafe campaign and act as a reminder of the rules of the Highway Code. We are aware there will be some cyclists and drivers who do not act in accordance with the above rules; this campaign is a reminder as the number of cyclists is increased during the summer months.
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