Ride past Achterhoek and Twente mansions

On Sunday August 14, 2016  our members Maarten and Olav are taking you with them for a GCCC ride to a part of the Netherlands unfamiliar to most of us, i.e. the  Twente and the Achterhoek regions. A gem of a ride through the beautiful east part of our country. Enjoy the Twente hospitality!

Where is the start and the finish?

You are more than welcome at the start address between 12.00 and 12.30 h. The exact address will be forwarded to GCCC members in a separate email. On arrival coffee/tea is provided accompanied by authentic local pastry. After a pleasant ride through Achterhoek and Twente we’ll be back at our starting point round about five p.m.. Along the way there is plenty of time for a visit to a mansion or for something to eat or drink (at your own expense). For those who have booked in advance a three course dinner will be waiting at around  6 p.m. for € 25 (drinks not included).

Cost

As usual, payment is done in advance. members pay € 5,– and guests €7,50, which includes coffee/tea with local pastry on arrival.

Dinner

The dinner will take place at the restaurant where we started from. The three course dinner has a choice of:

Starters:

Fresh vegetable soup or

Fresh wild mushroom soup – vegetarian

Mains:

Meat: Pork tenderloin with a mushroom sauce or

Fish: Grilled salmon steak  with garlic-herb sauce or

Vegetarian: Stuffed courgette with mozzarella and tomato salsa

Dessert:

Various ice-creams with panna cotta, red fruit compote and strawberry bavarois

Please fill in your choices in advance in the registration page, so we can pass on the numbers to the restaurant.

Please note, the final date to sign up was Sunday August 7th, so ufortunately it is no longer possible to sign up for this ride!

Vencer Sarthe – made in Twente

Two footed and four footed friends

As usual, guests registered beforehand are welcome. So are dogs, but they have to be kept on a leash.

Please note: GCCC cannot accept  responsiblity for any damage whatsoever.

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