Leave Five Rivers along Hulse road, left at the roundabout along Butts Rd to Castle Rd.
Right down Castle Road then left along the ring road to St Marks roundabout. Strait over then down Bourne Ave, Manor Farm Rd, Milford Hill Rd though to Petersfinger.
Use the main road through to Alderbury, turning left at the top of the hill in Alderbury.
Follow the national cycling route through East Grimstead, West Dean, East Dean and Lockerley. Turn left at the T junction just past Lockerley.
Follow the road through East Tytherley to West Tytherley, turning right and up to Middle Winterslow. Taking Clough lane to go down to the traffic lights on the main A30 (by the old Pheasant pub). Go right at the lights and over Porton range.
Turn left at the crossroads in Porton, and through the winterbournes. Turn right at the mini roundabout and through Ford up to castle road.
Turn left on castle road, and back down to Five Rivers.
Five rivers out up the Wilton road. Thro Wilton to Barford.
Turn right towards Dinton.
At the end of Dinton, turn left over to Fovant,
At Fovant, turn right along the main road for a short distance before turning left and over the ‘Badges’ climb.
Turn left at Fyfield Bavant, along the Chalke Valley.
Turn left, up and over racecourse hill back to Five Rivers via Quidhampton.
5-rivers out up the wilton road. thro wilton to Barford.
Turn right towards Dinton and carry on to the tisbury turning. turn left to go on to tisbury.
In tisbury, take the second left and go to the far end of the town past the fire station. Turn left, go past the railway station, under the bridge then take the next right. STAY ON THIS ROAD past Wardour castle on to Donhead to the crossroads at the A30.
Go straight across the A30 then STAY ON THIS ROAD all the back down the chalk valley to return to Salisbury via the race course and Quidhampton.
Garmin connect course
SRAMcc met up and rode into Salisbury on Saturday with a group of French cyclists from Santes who had ridden over from Santes to celebrate 25 years of twinning between the two cities.
British Cycling is partnering with Wiltshire Council this year to offer local people the chance to get out on their bikes and experience the health benefits of cycling with the Sky Ride Local programme of rides in Trowbridge, Chippenham and Salisbury.
Sky Ride Local provides 3 different levels of ride and a variety of routes and distances from 3 up to 18 miles. British Cycling trained Ride Leaders are there to offer friendly guidance along tried and tested routes. So whether it’s a traffic free 5 mile scenic leisure ride or more of a 15 mile leg stretcher there is something for all the family, with children welcome too when accompanied by a responsible adult.
There are 20 free rides offered between June and September and to register for any of them or for more information on all the rides please visit: www.goskyride.com/Wiltshire