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Ride report by Simeon OrmeThere was no other takers for this ride but me for the ride, so I headed up the Lune Valley cycle path then along the A 683 before following the B6480 to Wray for a morning brew and cake at Bridge House Farm Tearoom where I got talking to group cyclists who were heading for ride around the Lancaster and Morecambe area.After my brewstop, I headed up the the Hindburn Valley to Mill Houses before following the lane up to hamlet of Russells where I turn on to Park Lane which followed back down into Wenningdale and then followed the B6480 into Wennington.From Wennington, I followed the lanes pass Moss House Farm around to Wrayton where there a bit of work on some ‘A’ roads as I headed for Cantsfield. In Cantsfield I followed the public byway up to Longripps Barn and then a white road to Laithbutts where I got back on the tarmac and followed it up to A65, which I did section on it before the lanes into Leck. From Leck, I followed the lane across to Ireby where stop some lunch.After my lunch stop, the sky was getting dark and brewing for heavy shower so after crossing over the A65, I decide to have early afternoon brew at Ireby Green Farm Cafe.The weather had not improve after my brewstop, so headed back to Halton via Burton-in-Lonsdale and Wennington.Click here to see the photos of 26th October ride to Cinderbarrow or you can checkout the What’s New Page to see what’s new on the site and you can also sign up for site’s free weekly newsletter.