Tour de Linkage

Posted: 22/06/2018

On Monday 25th June and Tuesday 26th, three Adult Skills clients will be embarking on a two day, 73 mile bike ride, taking in some of the main Linkage sites:  Weelsby ­– Linkage Green Café, Mablethorpe – Scremby –Toynton – Boultham Park in Lincoln.

Anthony Spiers, Adult Skills Coordinators, who has arranged the challenge says:

“I dreamt up the Tour De Linkage after watching the Tour De Yorkshire a year or two ago. We hadn’t done a challenge for a while and certainly nothing on this scale so after the success we had entering the first learning disability team into the Louth Triathlon and placing third in the overall team category, it seemed like a great idea.

The Tour De Linkage is about giving the clients a chance to take their sporting interest to another level and to challenge themselves. It’s about shining a spotlight on the abilities within disabilities, as well as a good chance to fundraise. 

Just over 70 miles in two days is a tough distance as none of the guys have ridden this far before but it’s not unachievable. We’re in for an interesting couple of days.”

The Team:

Supporting Staff:

  • Anthony Spiers (Adult Skills Coordinator)
  • Amber Spiers (Adult Skills Health and Wellbeing Instructor)
  • Sophie Tuplin (Marketing Executive)
  • Andrew Hubbard, in support vehicle  (Support Worker)


Day 1: Grimsby to Mablethorpe, Scremby to Toynton.

  • Set off at 10.30 from Weelsby, arrive at Linkage Green Café in Mablethorpe approx. 2.30pm (30 miles)
  • Car transfer from Mablethorpe to Scremby.
  • Set off from Scremby at approx. 3.30 – 4pm.
  • Arrive at Toynton around 4.45pm. (6 miles).
  • The guys will be camping overnight.

Day 2: Toynton to Boultham Park, Lincoln

  • Set off at 9am from Toynton, arrive at Jubilee Park in Woodhall Spa approx. 11.30am (17 miles).
  • Adult Skills will meet the team at Jubilee Park around with a picnic at around 11.30 for a 30 minute lunch break.
  • Set off between 12.00 – 12.30pm from Jubilee Park, along the River Witham Water Railway.
  • Arrive at Boultham Park at approx. 3pm. (20 miles).

If you’re around at any of the times please come and cheer the guys on, or keep up-to-date with the progress by visiting our Facebook page

Also, if you would like to sponsor these intrepid cyclists please visit

Thank you!

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