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21 22/12/2019: 57
20 23/12/2018: 32
19 17/12/2017: 40
18 18/12/2016: 80
17 20/12/2015: 49
16 21/12/2014: 53
15 22/12/2013: 49
14 16/12/2012: 54
13 18/12/2011: 2
12 19/12/2010: 1
11 20/12/2009: 5
10 21/12/2008: 30
9 23/12/2007: 28
8 17/12/2006: 36
7 18/12/2005: 30
6 19/12/2004: 38
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3 23/12/2001: 10
2 17/12/2000: 8
1 19/12/1999: 9
There is a change of plan for this traditional Winter event. With an expected increase in Covid cases for Winter 2021, we've decided to postpone the ride until Summer 2022.

Sorry if this upsets your plans for celebrating the shortest day of the year. If you still want to ride on 19th Dec, you can enter the See Dee 200 from Uppermill, where a group of us will be setting off at about 8am. You could even be start from Bredbury by customising the e-Brevet app.

We plan to have the Winter Solstice back at its proper time of year in December 2022.

This 200km ride is now a traditional fixture on its 21st running. We meet at the Arthur Greenwood Community Centre from 7:30 for teas, coffees, (there might even be biscuits), and toilets. There is NO PARKING at the Community Centre but you should find suitable parking at nearby Woodley shopping precinct.
Don Black and John Radford at the Horsebox Cafe
Don Black and John Radford at the Horsebox Cafe

Lunch will be taken at Market Drayton at Morrison's Supermarket cafe, Londis petrol station, Wetherspoons or Costa Coffee.

Afternoon tea will be at Old Ma's cafe in Gatesheath .

This is usually ridden in the depths of winter so we're looking forward to riding in the warmth and daylight! The finish will be in the Arthur Greenwood Centre for suitable refreshment.
A winter start in the dark and the snow in 2009
A winter start in the dark and the snow in 2009

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