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The Government should walk away from the Article 50 negotiations and leave the EU immediately with no deal. The EU looks set to offer us a punishment deal out of spite. Why wait another 18 months when we could leave right away and fully take back control of our country, lawmaking powers and borders?
The EU looks set to offer us a punishment deal out of spite, insisting we pay tens of billions of pounds as part of a ?settlement fee? and continue to accept the jurisdiction of EU courts even after we?ve left. Meanwhile pro-EU MPs in Labour, the Lib Dems and the SNP, along with unelected Lords, are attempting to block Brexit, the longer we remain a member the more opportunity they have to interfere. Why wait almost another 2 years when we could just leave right away?

 

Beautiful Devon. Cycling in Devon.   website

Beds For Cyclists   website
Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route Information and Accommodation

Bike Shed   website
Bike Shed is a chain of bicycle shops based in Exeter, Barnstaple and Crediton in Devon.
Bike Shed Barnstaple   website

Croyde Cycle   website
Maps and information for cycling in North Devon

Cycle Route - Devon   website
Looking for a new Cycle route, bike ride, or single track, somewhere you haven't been before perhaps? Or if you are planning a Cycling holiday, but don't know where is the best place to Cycle, then you have come to the right place.

Devon County Council. Cycling   website
Cycling is a fun, free and fast way to travel from A to B. With miles of traffic-free trails across our beautiful county, you?re bound to find a suitable route near you.
We're here to help you get started with advice on:
Finding a cycle route in your local town
Taking a trip on one of our traffic-free cycle trails
Boosting your cycle confidence with our cycle training courses
Cycling to work and cycling to school
Top tips for safe cycling
The park and cycle scheme in Exeter.

Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route   website
The Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route is a 99 mile / 158 Km waymarked route from Ilfracombe in North Devon to Plymouth in South Devon

Devon Cyclists Touring Club   website
     Cyclists Touring Club North Devon   website
     Cyclists Touring Club Exeter   website
     Cyclists Touring Club Plymouth   website
     Cyclists Touring Club South Dartmoor   website
     Cyclists Touring Club Torbay   website

GPS Cycle and Walking Routes
Devon Cycle Routes  
website
view full routes information including descriptions, elevation profiles, interactive maps and GPS downloads.

Halfords   website
UKs largest Bicycle Shop - Halfords offer Mountain Bikes, Road Bikes and Kids Bikes. We Build for free in store.

Hole Station Campsite, Highampton   website
Adult Only Woodland Campsite, woodland camping with camp fires permitted. Hole Station campsite welcomes cyclists, we are just off R27 and R3. The Tarka Trail and the Granite Way are nearby, and there are many quiet country lanes surrounding us. For the 2016 season we open on Friday 25 March and close on Sunday 2 October.

Keypitts Farm. Ilfracombe   website
Devon MTB - North Devons premier MTB location for all ages, abilities and all groups from schools, to bike clubs, all size groups are welcome, families or single riders.

Ocean Backpackers Hostel Ilfracombe   website
At Ocean Backpackers cyclists are very welcome! Included in our facilities is a large secure storage basement for multiple bikes with a drying room for wet weather gear, not to mention a cosy bed and a hot shower after a hard days cycling. Facilities include a self-catering kitchen, dining area, communal lounge with t.v, free internet/wi-fi, a large storage basement, patio area and free car-park.

WildBike Mountain Bike Holidays   website
UK Mountain Biking Holidays. Unique fully guided & supported mountain bike holidays in Devon, the Lake District & Scotland with luxury base camp.

TARKA TRAIL

Tarka Trail Guide  website

Everything about the Tarka Trail.
The Tarka Trail in its entirety is a 290km figure '8' shaped long-distance route centered roughly on the town of Barnstaple in North Devon. It encompasses roads, footpaths, bridleways and cycleways. Our guide book focusses on the shared-use section between Braunton and Meeth; a completely car-free route for use by walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
This informative walking and cycling guide book is divided into 6, easy to use sections, each with its own detailed map. Our book is packed with helpful details such as the Trail's surface conditions, nearby parking facilities, local cycle hire businesses, bridleways, public toilets, great cafes and restaurants and accessibility information for less able users.
The 6 sections are:
Braunton to Barnstaple
Barnstaple to Fremington
Fremington to Instow
Instow to Bideford
Bideford to Torrington
Torrington to Meeth
Each section of the guide book has its own detailed map so you won't miss a thing. Whether cycling , walking or exploring, it really is a great day out for all the family.

TARKA TRAIL
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SUSTRANS MAPS  
Devon Coast to Coast   website
Tarka Trail   website

Tarka Trail Cycle Hire   website
The Railway Station, Barnstaple

BikeTrail Cycle Hire   website
Fremington Quay, Fremington.

Bideford Bicycle Hire   website
Hire or Buy a bicycle, surf board or kayak

Torrington Cycle Hire   website
beside old Railway Station at Great Torrington.

North Devon Wheelers - Southfork Cycling Club   website
Promoting cycling participation and cycle competitions in North Devon
Southfork Racing   website

Taw Velo Cycling Club   website
Taw Velo Cycling Club is an independent cycling club based in Barnstaple, North Devon, to promote and encourage all aspects of cycling. No one aspect of cycling is promoted at the expense of any other. Our members take part in road racing, cycling touring, club rides, time trials, track racing, sportives, cyclo-cross and mountain biking.

Trailtrash   website

Your Independent Guide To The Tarka Trail with videos
Trailtrash is an independent project that hopes to help you get the most out of the 30 mile cycle section of the Tarka Trail in North Devon. Whether you want to know where you can join the trail, where you can hire a bike or where you can stop for a restorative drink, Trailtrash aim to have the information you need.
Gallery Map   website
Fact Map with videos   website