Sunday Rides

Sunday rides are currently being planned and made available on MyRouteApp. Variations are being introduced into the routes so it is no longer possible to publish turn-by-turn routes. Instructions on how to access the routes on MyRouteApp can be found here

Ride Schedule

From September onwards, clicking a particular Sunday ride will take you to the MyRouteApp page for that ride. For this to work, you will need to have a MyRouteApp login and be a part of the NAM Sunday Rides Group. Both of these are free and instructions on how to set them up can be found here.

From the beginning of July 2023, the rides will start at the McDonalds at Thickthorn, meeting at 9am for a 9:30 start.

03.09.23 Kingfisher Cafe, North Walcott 55mi 1h45 – Observers JY.MT PW.AL

10.09.23 Lake House Cafe, Stowmarket 65mi 2h05 – Observer AW

17.09.23 Kings Head Cafe, Shipdham 60mi 1h40 – Observers JS.MY DW.SL

24.09.23 Riverside Tearoom, South Orford 65mi 1h50 – PS.JD JS.MT

01.10.23 Dunwich beach Tearooms, Dunwich 60mi 1h55

08.10.23 Arbuckles Restaurant and Bar, Downham Market 70mi 1h55

15.10.23 Swaffham Cafe, Swaffham 70mi 1h55

22.10.23 Lathams of Potter Heigham, Potter Heigham 60mi 1h40

29.10.23 Valley Farm Equestrian, Wickham Market 55mi 1h30

05.11.23 Stonham Barns, Stonham 55mi 1h30

12.11.23 Angel Cafe, Diss 55mi 1h30

19.11.23 Aylsham Garden centre Cafe, Aylsham 60mi 1h35

26.11.23 Bressingham Garden centre, Bressingham 45mi 1h

03.12.23 Creake Abbey Cafe, North Creake 50mi 1h20

10.12.23 Route 11 Kitchen, Attleborough 55mi 1h30

17.12.23 Cafe Verde, Mattishall 45mi 1h15

24.12.23 Swallow Aquatics, East Harling 35mi 0h55

31.12.23 Lighthouse Café, Hunstanton 60mi 1h45

Observer’s Gallery

Ride Rules

Only riders holding an A or A2 licence riding machines applicable to that category can attend Group Rides.

Suitable protective clothing including gloves and boots should be worn.

Dipped headlights should be used.

Ideally, a group should consist of no more than 4 riders.

Consider dividing the ride distance between the members of the group, allowing each to take the lead. The change of lead rider may be carried out on the move (see below) but we encourage it to be done after a suitable stop, taking the opportunity to discuss the ride up to that point.

DO NOT overtake other members of your group unless signalled to do so (at a safe location the leading rider should signal left, move over to the left and ease off slightly to allow the following riders within the group to pass).

DO NOT overtake another group, the following group’s lead rider should find a suitable place to stop their group and allow time for the leading group to get further ahead. (Please use this stop for the opportunity to discuss the group’s ride this far)

DO NOT speed away from the others in your group and always keep sight of the riders behind you. (they may of course be held back by a hazard or slower-moving vehicle)

If you want to stop, find a suitable place and indicate in good time.

Tell the others in your group at the start of the ride or at one of the stops if you intend to leave the ride before the end of the published route.

These rules are for the benefit of all our members and the public in general. They will sometimes mean exercising restraint. Remember you are ambassadors for the group.

IMPORTANT: You are responsible for remaining in control of your vehicle at all times, and for ensuring your own safety and for observing all the rules of the road throughout the ride.

Safety is paramount. Do not feel under any pressure to make compromises.

Please note that group rides will proceed EVERY Sunday and they will NOT be cancelled. It is, however, each rider’s own responsibility to consider the weather, road conditions and temperature to make their own choice whether to attend. This applies to Duty Observers too so please consider contacting the Chief Observer or Duty Observers if attending on the 1st or 3rd Sunday of the month for the first time.