Route Info

Route Information

NOTE:- Sunday rides and Day rides change regularly so we recommend that you make sure you have the latest route by downloading it from the Programme Page.

Sunday Ride Routes
Route 01

Sunday ride to The Plough InnWinstanstow, Craven Arms (SY7 8DG).

Route 02

Sunday ride to Queenswood Cafe, Hope-Under-Dinmore (HR6 0PY).

Route 03

Sunday ride to Bronllys Honey Cafe, Talgarth (LD3 OLH).

Route 04

Sunday ride to Harry Tuffins, Craven Arms (SY7 9PY).

Route 05

Sunday ride to Old Mill Cafe, Chipping Norton (OX7 5LH).

Route 06

Sunday ride to Bronllys Honey Cafe, Talgarth (LD3 OLH).

Route 07

Sunday ride to Food Stop Cafe, Bridgnorth (WV15 6QJ).

Route 08

Sunday ride to Crossgates Cafe (LD1 6RE).

Route 09

Sunday ride to Crossgates Cafe (LD1 6RE) via Monaughty.

Route 10

Sunday ride to Harry Tuffins, Churchstoke (SY15 6AR).

Route 11

Sunday ride to Route 46 – The Vale Cafe, Evesham (Wr11 7Qp).

Route 14

Sunday ride to Steel Horse Cafe, Abergavenney (NP7 9AY).

Route 16

Sunday ride to Harry Tuffins, Churchstoke (SY15 6AR).

Route 17

Route 46 – The Vale Cafe, Evesham (Wr11 7Qp).

Route 20

Shobdon Airfield Cafe.

Day Rides

WHAM Easter Sunday Run. Starting at 09:30 from the Little Chef at Wooferton near Ludlow, the ride takes in The Shropshire Hills through the Vale of Kerry, some of the best roads in Mid Wales and the spectacular Elan Valley.

WHAM Day Out – Welsh Railways. Starting at the OK Diner in Leominster  (please fill your fuel tank here), this route winds its way through the familiar Shropshire Hills to the Welshpool and Llanfair Railway cafe for our first coffee stop.We then skirt Lake Vyrnwy and Bala riding  some of North Wales’ best roads through Snowdonia (watch your speed!) to the Tan-y-Bwlch Café on the Porthmadoc to Blaenau Ffestiniog Railway.

The ride back follows a similar route to the ride out (it seems totally different this way round..!) until we get to Penybontfawr where we head for Welshpool and the Old Wheelwrights Cafe (no railway connection here I’m afraid, just a decent cup of tea) for our final stop of the day.

From Leominster to the last stop is a total of 197 miles so its a full day out. If you cant make it for the whole day then you are very welcome to join us for just part of the route.

Please arrive at the OK Diner at 08:45, groups will leave between 09:00 and 09:30.

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WHAM Day Ride – Roof of Wales.

Starts at the OK Diner in Leominster, meet at 08:30 to organise riding groups for a 09:00 start.

We’ve made some changes to this year’s ROW ride so that we arrive at the break stops at a better time to avoid the queues. The new (shorter) route gets us to the interesting roads more quickly too.

Starting from Leominster, we head to the Trout Inn in Beulah for a petrol stop (grab a quick bottle of water from the garage) via the Sennybridge ranges.

We then do the Devils Staircase and Lynn Brianne loop to our lunch stop at the Owls Nest in Llandovery.

The route then takes us over the military ranges to Tirabad, finishing at Crossgates for a coffee then head home.

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 WHAM  Day Ride – Welsh Lakes Starts at the OK Diner in Leominster @ 09:00. Leg 1 takes us through Presteigne to join everyone’s favourite Welsh A road, the A483 at Llanbister, then Newtown, Llandloes and the first stop at the Red Kite Kiosk. (68 Miles).

Leg 2 Follows the brilliant B road around Clywedoc Reservoir up to the A470. We turn right at Dinas Mawddy and head up into the hills around the West side of Lake Vyrnwy, The roads and scenery up here are some of the best in Wales. We then skirt around Lake Bala (stop in the town for fuel). and head for the Visitor Centre at Lake Vyrnwy. (62 Miles).

Leg 3 winds it way through the borders to some more familiar roads ending up at the Teapot Cafe at Mortimers Cross. (54 Miles).

NOTE: We need to try to avoid taking over the carpark at the OK Diner so please park considerately in one area. We are also potentially putting off Customers so please purchase a coffee from the Diner when you arrive so that they get some revenue for the inconvenience (please don’t buy your coffee from the petrol station). Thanks.

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 WHAM  Day Ride Chepstow and the Brecon Beacons.

Starting at McDonalds in Hereford, leg 1 takes the road to Monmouth, skirts around Chepstow Park to pick up the (brilliant) road to Usk and the Steel Horse Cafe for a coffee (and probably a full English for Alex). (54 miles).

Leg 2 Takes us up the moor to Blaenavon then joins the Heads of the Valley road before we get to the B4560 over the Beacons. This leads us to the excellent road through Upper and Lower Chapel to Builth Wells then loops back to the Honey Cafe at Bronnlys for a late lunch. (67 miles).

Leg 3 goes back over the Beacons to our start point via Skenfirth. (52 miles).

As usual, all of the above is optional, please join us for as much as you can, it should be a good day out on some excellent roads.

Meet at Hereford at 09:00 for a 09:30 start.

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 WHAM Day ride. Tregaron and Newquay.Starting at the OK Diner in Leominster, Leg 1 takes us to the Half Cafe near Rhayader via Presteigne and the Llanbister Road.

Leg 2 is the real highlight of the trip taking in the excellent Newbridge to Beulah road then over the Mountain Road to Tregaron. We then head down the cracking ‘B’ road to Newquay for fish & chips by the sea.

Leg 3 returns on the bigger A roads via Lampeter and Llandovery to the Little Chef at Builth Wells for an afternoon cuppa.

Leg 4 is a straight forward run back to the start point at Leominster.

Meet at the Diner at 08:30 for a 09:00 start.

Please arrive with a full tank of fuel and buy your coffee from the OK Diner not the garage. (They don’t like us filling up their car park an using the facilities if we don’t buy anything from them).

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 WHAM Dayout – Rutland TT.

Used by the Journalists from most of the UK’s motorcycling press as a road test route, the Rutland TT offers WHAM Members something a little different to our usual days out in Wales.

Leg 1: Starting at Mc Donalds Wychbold (just off the M5 Junction 5) we make our way on a good mix of roads to the first staging post on the Rutland TT, McDonalds Market Harborough.

Leg 2: This leg takes us around Rutland Water then North, bypassing Grantham to the lunch stop at Syston Park Farm Shop.

Leg 3: Returns to the West of Rutland Water to McDonalds at Market Harborough for a coffee before the long trek home.

This will be a fairly long day out, especially for those travelling from the Hereford area so I’ve left it up to you how you get home, I expect most of you will punch your home address in the satnav and use the fast roads.

All of the above is, as usual optional. If you wish to make your own way to the start of leg 2 our ETA is approximately 10:45.

All full Members and their Pillions very welcome. Please arrive at the start point with a full tank of fuel.

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