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Friday, March 30, 2012
Western Morning News
Members of Endurance (GB) South West and pleasure riders from across the Westcountry have enjoyed two gloriously scenic rides in Cornwall, thanks to the county's landowners.
The first, at Colquite, near Bodmin, was held with permission of the Countess Pinky Le Grelle, the Colquite Estate and the Forestry Commission. Nearly 70 riders turned out to enjoy the sunshine and the beautiful scenery of the Camel valley. The route covered 19km (12 miles) of woodland, fields and tracks along the Camel River. Riders wound their way down through the woods to the bank of the river at Helland Bridge, where they crossed the lane and turned uphill on forestry tracks towards Tresarrett...
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