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Cafe stop home bakes and three ingredient cakes

Cafe stop home bakes and three ingredient cakes

No flour, no problem! We've assembled, tried and tested the best bakes, cakes and cookies to make a home. Try a gooey three-ingredient chocolate cake or a no flour almond cookies and classic flapjacks.

Lemond and almond cookies

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Is this Devon's longest gravel trail?
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Is this Devon's longest gravel trail?

A disused tramway that once served a china clay mine in southern Dartmoor is the ultra-quiet location of one of the longest gravel trails in Britain. Here's how to ride it.
Gravel riding
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The Villains of Kent
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The Villains of Kent

To those who don’t know, the far side of Kent is Bond country. We take a trip to the sea and explore Ian Fleming's fictional baddie hotspots along the quiet lanes and white cliffs of Kent.

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National Forest Gravel Ride
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National Forest Gravel Ride

Tackle on our 120km ride across the Leicester and Derbyshire taking in the wooded trails of the National Forest, ideal for cyclo-cross, gravel, and adventure road bikes.

Gravel Ride Route Club

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Luke Mellor's Shropshire Lumps
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Luke Mellor's Shropshire Lumps

Professional rider, Luke Mellor, guides us through a maze of road climbs over the Long Mynd to the adjacent ridge of Stiperstones in beautiful Shropshire on his favourite 100km loop.

Luke Mellor training route in Shropshire

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West Pennine Moors
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West Pennine Moors

 

"This is one of my favourite rides, it is fairly long and hilly so I only do it a couple times a year, out of season, just to chill out and ride my bike." Passing numerous reservoirs, historic villages and dense woodland, the Richard Handley's 90 mile loop offers big climbs and spectacular views are round every corner.

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Kent and Surrey Cyclo-cross Ride
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Kent and Surrey Cyclo-cross Ride

Kent and Surrey Cyclo-cross

The North Downs of Kent and Surrey have plenty to offer for a cyclo-cross rider, our twenty four mile loop takes in some serious climbs too.

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East Sussex Lumps
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East Sussex Lumps

Home to rolling countryside, medieval villages and gorgeous coastline, this inspiring corner of England is besieged by weekending Londoners whenever the sun pops out.
The route from pro cyclist, Felix English takes you to the edge of the breathtaking Seven Sisters chalk Cliff and Beachy Head near the genteel seaside town of Eastbourne.

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Alumni Ride: Tom Southam's Mendips
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Alumni Ride: Tom Southam's Mendips

Former Rapha Condor Sharp rider Tom Southam retired from full-time racing in October 2011, the end of what was his third season with the team. Tom grew up in Penzance but based himself in Bristol, which is where this route begins. The ride is a rollercoster up and down some of the steepest ascents in the Mendips.

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Alumni Ride: London to Essex with Tao Geoghegan Hart
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Alumni Ride: London to Essex with Tao Geoghegan Hart

Essex may be the home of bling, sports cars and fiery reality TV personalities but Tao's Essex shows a completely different side to the county. The quiet roads pass through quaint villages and are a world away from the bustle of London despite being just a handful of miles away from the capital. The two cafe stops are a must for anyone who has a sweet tooth. 

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