Wirral Wobblers Section News: Our next event is the Welsh Mountain Challenge on Sunday August 22nd, assemble at 10am for 10.30 start from the old Moors PH at the crossroads between the B5430 and A525. It is now a private dwelling, they kindly let us use the old carpark but please be aware that it is their garden! This run IS the ultimate “Iron Man” challenge of machines and riders, 38 miles of adrenaline-pumping thrills on rugged, undulating byways. A lunch stop at the Trevor aqueduct is planned, the Thomas Telford pub offers a lunch menu of around £12 for a main course, also a takeaway barge in the marina has coffee, tea, cakes etc. with plenty of picnic tables outside. The run ends at approx. 4.10pm. Call Ted on 0151 648 5598 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
A September event (not an NACC ‘sign-in’ run) is the amazing Clwyd Chase, open to all friends of the Wobblers, on Sunday 19th, meet at 10am in the (free) carpark at Theatre Clwyd, Mold CH7 1YA. Approximately 40 miles of superb scenery and awesome byways, the jewel in the Wobblers calendar. Organiser is Ron Leyland on 07966 308965.
Wirral Wobblers contacts – Eric on 0151 355 9818 or Ted on 0151 648 5598 / email: email@example.com. We meet the last Saturday of the month, 12 noon to 12.30pm at the Wheatsheaf Inn, Raby Mere Road, CH63 4JH (tel. 0151 336 3416). It has fine parking, excellent meals and forms a good starting point for our local runs. Look forward to seeing you there!
Photos of the 2019 Wobblers Welsh Mountain Challenge
Cheshire Cheese Run 2015
First stop was the 50p shop in Hoofield where we were looking forward to a bacon butty. Unfortunately the café owner had been taken ill and did not have a contact number for us, ah well!. Keith Watkinson’s Mobylette suffered a hiccup but was brought back into action with the help of son Roger. A few of the group decided to go into Tarporley to get some eats there, the rest wanted to carry on to the next stop, the Ice Cream Farm which has been extensively enlarged and was very busy. There were a couple of breakdowns, (just because there was no double chocolate chip left!) but other flavours hit the spot. Then on to the picturesque water mill at Stretton when the bacon butty chasers arrived back from Tarporley. At the mill Keith’s Mobylette gave up the ghost and it was decided to trailer it back to base. With the rain clouds moving in we all headed back to Huntingdon, but Howard Bentham’s Di Blasi (below) had a hissy fit and became company for Keith’s bike.
Back at the Rake and Pikel most decided to head for home before the rain started , On my way back I spotted John Hughes at the side of the road with Martin Archer and Allan Griffiths in attendance. I stopped and offered a lift to John and his bike but he declined, asking again if he was sure he motioned me onwards. Unbeknown to me the others were telling him to take up the offer, as he turned the bike around I was already pulling away. It was pushing and pedalling for John, when a bloke says no to me twice that’s enough for me. At least I got the washing in before the rain started!
Gaynor Peers– Wobblers Breakdown Service.