I do semi-regular extended rides through North Wales throughout the summer, and I'm wondering whether anyone would be interested in joining me, so am trying to gauge interest. For convenience purposes the starting point will be Chester station, returning to the same point in the evening. The route will head out from Chester towards Mold, Ruthin and on to Betws-y-Coed, before heading over the Pen-Y-Pass and down to Llanberis, then along the coast road to Llandudno (about 100miles) and from there back to Chester along the coastal route, either the flat route along the coast or a slightly hillier variant. The first part of the route will likely be a headwind on the way out, but often sheltered due to hills, with a tailwind on the way back. The route is here - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26619208 - and about 240km (150miles) with 2700m (9000ft) climbing, so not flat. I'd expect stops around 25,50 and 100miles to start, with a possible stop at about 135miles if needed. The route is also likely subject to change, particularly those parts between Ruthin and Betws-y-Coed, as I try to remove some of the less interesting parts (main roads) and put in more back roads, so it;s not final. But as it stands I've ridden all parts of this route this year, and they are very rideable, with good surfaces. As this is my first time organising any form of ride, any suggestions welcome, but I anticipate this being a no-drop ride all the way through, with pacing somewhere between 10-15mph average.