These were devised for a newspaper article featuring cycling routes around the country. Hence the routesheet contains quite a lot of extra information about places on the way. The 150k and the 200k share a routesheet. The 200 does an extra leg out to Clevedon. The start is Lyme Regis, just over the county border in Dorset.


200 Controls:-

  • Lyme Regis (start)
  • Westhay (Sweet's Tea-Rooms about a mile north)
  • Clevedon
  • Glastonbury
  • Lyme Regis

150 Controls:-

  • Lyme Regis (start)
  • Westhay (Sweet's Tea-Rooms about a mile north)
  • Cheddar
  • Glastonbury
  • Lyme Regis

Some places of interest on the route
Lyme Regis. (Nearest station: Axminster.) Setting for John Fowles’s ‘The French Lieutenant’s
Woman’. Jane Austen set part of ‘Persuasion’ here. The Duke of Monmouth landed here in his
unsuccessful bid for the Crown. Visit the Museum; the Cobb; Monmouth Beach, with its
fossils; the Landslip.
Forde Abbey. Founded 1146. One of the most significant Cistercian monasteries in England.
Muchelney Abbey. Benedictine abbey founded AD950
The Somerset Levels. Ancient wetlands
Cheddar. The Gorge; the caves; Jacob’s Ladder
Clevedon. Victorian seaside town, with pleasure boat sailings from the pier.
Glastonbury. The Tor; The Abbey; New Age shops and cafés
Ham Hill. Roman hill fort
Marshwood Vale. An area of outstanding natural beauty.

200k (click for map)
150k (click for map)
gps track 200k
gps track 150k
PDF routesheet here
150k online entry here
200k online entry here