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Newport 200

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Rider Numbers
Newport 200
16 2019: 8
15 2018: 20
14 2017: 22
13 2016: 13
12 2015: 7
11 2014: 9
10 2013: 13
 9 2012: 17
 8 2011: 9
 7 2010: 10
 6 2009: 10
 5 2008: 5
 4 2007: 4
 3 2006: 8
 2 2005: 8
 1 2004: 7
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.

A revised route for 2019, with a new control at Penkridge allowing greater flexibility of ride times and removing a short stretch of the busy A49. The start is still from Dean Row (between Stockport and Wilmslow) with a 24/7 petrol station and an excellent Robinson's Pub. Parking is available in a nearby layby.

The permanent version of the calendar event, which is normally run in January or February so here's a chance to ride it in decent weather.

From Dean Row, the route takes you past excellent cafes at Radway Green, Newport and Audlem. No big climbs and lots of pleasant lanes in Cheshire and Staffordshire.
newp Perm map
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The old route had controls at Wheaton Aston and Wrenbury which had restricted opening hours, so these have been dropped and replaced with a new control at Penkridge.
Passing Sandbach Heath church<br>on the Newport 200 (photo: Francis Cooke)
Passing Sandbach Heath church
on the Newport 200 (photo: Francis Cooke)
Some Useful Café Suggestions:

  37km: Radway Green, Garden Centre
  81km: Newport, Waitrose, Mere Park Garden centre
 150km: Audlem, Priest House cafe
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