Programme 2002
15TH - 22ND SEPTEMBER 2002






















































Organised by  Tony Boundy, 1 Elms Paddock, Little Stretton, Shropshire SY6 6RD






Sunday, 15th September 2002.  Riders will sign in at The Pavilion,
Llandrindod Wells 16.00. The Roadbook for Day 1, T & Sweat shirts and
Tickets for the dinners will be available at The Pavilion. The Chairman of
Powys C.C. will be the Guest of Honour at dinner at The Pavilion. The
Bar will be open from 16.00 – 22.00.  Get-Together at The Pavilion 18.30.  Buffet dinner 19.30.  Dress. Casual, Oily Rag condition.  

Monday, 16th.  Lakeside Restaurant 08.30 – 09.30. There will be
refreshments available, courtesy of Powys CC.  There will be official
photographs and The Chairman of Powys C.C. will "flag off"  the event
Route.  Llanbister,  Llangunllo,  Presteigne, Ludlow, Craven Arms,
Wenlock Edge, Long Mynd, Long Mountain, Montgomery, Abermule,
Newcastle, Clun and Knighton.  Long Route 166 miles, Short Route 130
miles. Very Short 80±.
All riders report to Howey each evening 16.00 – 19.00

Tuesday, 17th. Lakeside 08.30 –09.30.
Route.  Builth Wells, Upper Chapel, Brecon, B4558 to Crickhowell,
Llanthony, Hay on Wye, Painscastle, Newchurch, Whitton, Knighton,
Beguildy, Felindre, Bwlch y Sarnau, Pant y Dwr, St Harmon and
Rhayader.  Long Route 146 miles.  Short Route 91 miles.

Wednesday, 18th. Lakeside Restaurant 08.30 – 09.30.
Route.  Abbey Cym Hir, Rhayader, Devil’s Bridge, Tregaron, Llandewi
Brefi, Ffarmers, Cilycum, Abergwesyn, Beulah, Newbridge on Wye. 
  Dinner at The Pavilion. Guest of Honour, C.Councillor Michael Jones.

Thursday, 19th. Lakeside Restaurant 08.30 – 09.30.
Route. Llanbister, Felindre, Abermule, Montgomery, Welshpool,
Llanfyllin, Penybontfawr, Bala, Llanwddyn, Dolanog, Llanfair Caereinion,
Newtown, Dolfor, Bwlch y Sarnau, Pant y Dwr, St Harmon, Rhayader.

Friday, 20th. Lakeside Restaurant 08.30 – 09.30. 
Route. Abbey Cwm Hir, St. Harmon, Llangurig, Glan y nant,
Llanbrynmair, Dinas Mawddwy, Bala, Vyrnwy, Dinas Mawddwy, Corris,
 Llanidloes, Tylwch, St. Harmon

Saturday, 21st. Lakeside Restaurant 08.30 – 09.30. 
Route. Cregrina, Painscastle, Crickadarn, Lower & Upper Chapel,
Llangammarch Wells, Cynghordy, Rhandirmwyn, Cwrt y Cadno,
Llandewi Brefi, Tregaron, Abergwesyn, Beulah, Newbridge on Wye.

Sunday, 22nd.  Riders depart.

The preparations of the British bikes last year were a credit to their
owners.  Driving round last week reminded us that this Tour is as
punishing to the brakes as any Alpine trip and easily functioning
controls make all the difference to your enjoyment.  The Scott’s rear tyre
yielded two thorns at last week’s inspection. 

Rally Plaques.  Please make provision to fit an A5  They are
self-adhesive vinyl, so you can stick them onto your own backing
support.  Like everything else on the ISDTW – except courtesy – it is not
compulsory to display the plaque.

HQ.  We’ll be staying at either the Three Wells or Acorn Court in Howey.

Of course you’re not really interested in all that motor cycling stuff. 
You’re only coming for the food, so:-
The "Official Dinners" at The Pavilion will cost £11.50

Sunday, 15th September. The Chairman of Powys C.C.  Gwilym
Evans and Mrs. Sylvia Evans will be the Guests of Honour at dinner at
The Pavilion. Dress Casual, Oily Rag condition. 
Menu. Pork chops in Onion gravy, Fillet of Salmon in Lemon & Dill
Butter, Roast beef & Yorkshire Pudding, or Lentil Moussaka.  Seasonal
Vegetables.  Choice of cold or hot puddings. Coffee.

Wednesday, 18th September. Buffet Dinner at The Pavilion  18.30
Guest of Honour, C.Councillor Michael Jones OBE & Mrs. Joy Jones.
Menu. Cod in Tomato Sauce, Chicken in Mushroom & White Wine
Sauce, Lamb & Mint Hot Pot, Vegetable Risotto.

Saturday 21st September.  Pasta in Tomato & Basil Sauce, Smoked
Haddock Kedgeree with Curry Sauce, Coq au Vin, Braised Beef &

Monday 16th.  Steak & Kidney Pie, Chicken & Mushroom in Cider,
Cheese Pasties.

Tuesday 17th.  Italian Pasta Pot, Lamb & Leek Pie, Cheese & Pasta

Thursday 19th.  Faggots & Mushy Peas, Pork & Tomato Casserole,
Brie Filo Parcels

Friday 20th.  Speciallity House Sausages (alcoholic), Seafood Pie,
Broccoli  & Stilton Quiche.
All with Potatoes or Rice & Seasonal Vegetables or Salad.  Soup
or Dessert. Glass of wine or Ale. £7.50.







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