17 Jan: 104 miles + 4860 ft: Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Bradninch, Winkleigh, Whiddon Down, Powderham, Exmouth. Rolling time 6:55 8 Feb: 101 miles and 6780 ft: Colyford, Marshwood, Bridport, Dorchester, Winfrith Newburgh, Broadmayne, Weymouth, Nottington, Abbotsbury, Bridport, Chideock, Lyme Regis, Colyford (extensive use of the Dorset Coast 200 audax route). Rolling time: 7:20 15 Mar: 100 miles and 7870 ft: Colyford, Axminster, Broadwindsor, Evershot, Middlemarsh, Piddlehinton, Dorchester, Weymouth, Bridport, Lyme Regis, A3052, Colyton, Colyford. Rolling time: 7:18 6 Apr: 102 miles and 5320 ft: Exmouth, Willand, Ashbrittle, Bampton, South Molton, B3226, A377 > Crediton, Exeter, Exmouth. Rolling time 7:09 at night, 1955 - 0403 7 May: 101 miles and 5561 ft: Exmouth, Crediton, Black Dog, Winkleigh, Okehampton Camp and onto Dartmoor, old A30 > Exeter, then Exmouth, Budleigh S and > Exmouth. Rolling time 6:42 11 Jun: 102 miles and 4444 ft: Exmouth, Cowley, Tiverton, canal, Greenham, Wellington, Taunton, canal, back into Taunton, Corfe, Churchinford, Upottery, above Honiton, Farway, Sidford, Newton Poppleford, Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth. Rolling time: 6:55 1 Jul: 100 miles and 7217 ft: Bovey Tracey, Bickington, Haytor, Chagford, Whiddon Down, Okehampton, Lydford, Gulworthy, Tavistock, Yelverton, Princetown, Moretonhampstead, (S of Dunsford), Teign valley road, Chudleigh Knighton, Bovey Tracey. Rolling time 7:20 with 2230 start and sunrise going NE over Dartmoor. 3 Aug: 109 miles and 3000 ft: Last 100+ of London-Edinburgh-London. Spalding to Loughton. About 11 hours with hour eating stops at St Ives and Great Easton. Head/side winds gusting over 50mph across the fens for the first 3 hours (averaging 18kph). 2 Sep: 126 miles and 5400 ft: Barry's Jaeger Bomb 300 audax (truncated) Keynsham, Malmesbury, Poulton, Avebury, Amesbury, Gt Wishford, Wylye valley road, Maiden Bradley, King Alfred's Tower, crash (8 hours 10; 7:20 rolling) see audax thread for gory detail. Back on bike at end of October for a metric hundred, but an imperial would've been 2 hours too far.