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Holt 200

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Rider Numbers
Holt 200
16 2019: 10
15 2018: 18
14 2017: 30
13 2016: 27
12 2015: 18
11 2014: 24
10 2013: 44
 9 2012: 48
 8 2011: 11
 7 2010: 34
 6 2009: 24
 5 2008: 12
 4 2007: 8
 3 2006: 8
 2 2005: 5
 1 2004: 1
R200
Perms are back from 1st August after the Covid-19 pause. Just be aware that controls and cafes might be somewhat restricted, and any updates on their availability would be appreciated.

Please also note some new Perms starting from Uppermill, including the Goolish 200, Oat Cuisine 200, See Dee 200, Trough 200, Wigley 200, and WyldeFyre 200.

The permanent version of the Winter Solstice calendar event, a route deliberately chosen for its lack of climbing, so it makes a good ride for those riding 'fixed'. If it's a flat ride, with quiet lanes and the option of several welcoming cafes that you are after, this is a ride for you.
holt Perm map
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This Perm can be ridden in either direction, and makes for two quite different rides.

From the edge of Stockport, you head out over the Cheshire Plain to Davenham, crossing the Weaver to Whitegate and Beeston. You cross the Dee at Farndon to enter Wales at Holt before returning to England through Malpas and Whitchurch to Market Drayton.

Return to Stockport through Shavington Park to Tattenhall, then skirt Nantwich and Middlewich.

The controls at Holt and Tattenham aren't available outside early-till-late shop hours so choose your start time accordingly, or you can submit your GPX tracki for validation.
Malpas, a high point on the Holt Perm
Malpas, a high point on the Holt Perm
Some Useful Café Suggestions:

 106km: Market Drayton, Morrisons cafe, Wetherspoons, Costa
 136km: Holt, Cross cafe, Garden Centre cafe
 147km: Gatesheath, Old Ma Coffee Shop
 177km: Middlewich, Starbucks
 202km: Dean Row, Parkers Garden Centre
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