Holidays
10 listed, in and around July 2018.
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  Cumbria, Eden Valley          2   
29th June 2018 (Fri) - 3rd July 2018 : 5 days£230
Moderate ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Hostel  :  B&B
Based at Kirkby Stephen in the Eden valley which is surrounded by the Lake District, the Howgills, the Yorkshire Dales and the North Pennines. 3 day long rides of between 40-70mls with a shorter option on the longer ride. This area is not as busy as the Lake District or the central area of the Yorkshire Dales.
Leader: Richard HakesRef: 1833
 
  France, Normandy, The Calvados Coast        no places availableRef: 1834
  Heart of Northumberland, Alnwick        no places availableRef: 1835
  Mid-Wales MTB        no places availableRef: 1836
  Scotland, Arran, Kintyre & Bute        no places availableRef: 1837
 
  Isle of Man          2+ 
Due to cancellations one single room is available and also a place for a male to share with another male
14th July 2018 (Sat) - 20th July 2018 : 7 days£495
Moderate + ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Ferry  :  Hotel  :  B&B
An unspoilt coastline, remote hills, valleys and moorland as well as quiet roads make this an ideal cycling destination. Explore the wide variety of scenery on rides of 40-55mpd to all parts of the island. 1 rest day. Based at a 4-star hotel in Douglas. Ferry Liverpool/Douglas.
Leader: Michael StainerRef: 1838
 
  Norfolk           2   
28th July 2018 (Sat) - 4th August 2018 : 8 days£170
Moderate ABTOT   
Moving-on  :  Camping  :  Self catering  :  Carry own luggage
Start/finish at a campsite in the Norfolk Broads within fairly easy reach of both Norwich and Great Yarmouth Stations. Explore the uniquely tranquil waterways of the Norfolk Broads, the stunning beaches and charming flint villages of the Norfolk coastline and the rich historical landscape of inland Norfolk with its castles and abbeys.
Leader: Matthew WrightRef: 1840
 
  Belgium, WW1 Battlefields         no places availableRef: 1841

 
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