Keeping the British Rallying Dream Alive through the winter
PEAKS | SALISBURY | NORTH YORK MOORS | THETFORD |COTSWOLDS | WALES
The 22/23 round of the Ice Breaker Challenge was nothing short of a true display of stamina and determination, sprinkled with a touch of lunacy, but overall encompassing some good old fashioned British grit, and no doubt there was plenty of grit kicked up during the challenge!
This time round it truly was an exercise in ice breaking!
Steve Braybrook not letting a bit of fresh snow spoil his plans to tackle the North York Moors route.
581 routes ridden in total!!!
Massive thanks to the Rallymoto lot for this icebreaker challenge. Thought they were great tracks and really helpful for learning Rally navigation in a non stressful environment and got me to go visit areas of the UK I’ve never been to before. Lots of fun and very good value for money I thought. Off to Greece next for some overseas rallying.
Just wanted to thank the team for putting together the IBC, my first time doing roadbook for real.I signed up hoping to complete 3 routes but thanks toDaniel Newby-Ricci we should both be Yeti’s soon if the technology has played ball.Wales was tops for me closely followed by Thetford and Cotswold, I’m sure Peaks had good views but when we were there we struggled to keep each other in sight due to fog and low cloud.But as someone else has said we were on our bikes and not on the sofa.
Wales done today meaning all ice breakers complete, 5 of which in the last 4 days. 750 miles in the van and about 600 on the bike.Really enjoyed all the routes so a massive thank you to the RallyMoto team for putting this together. Ranking of routes in my opinionThetfordSalisburyNorth York MoorsWalesHertfordshireCotswoldsPeaks
watch out for the yetis!
The total number of Ice Man Yetis from this round was an incredible 34! (Last year there were 3!).
Had a great day on the North York moors, it was absolutely fantastic, and thanks for all the hard work that’s gone into arranging all the IBC challenges.We even so two barn owls whilst riding around.
Did the Wales tarmac route yesterday.
What an epic day – my ride to the start from the Midlands was great, the route itself was great, and my road home was quiet and twisty.
Thanks all. A great way for me to complete (following rain in the Cotswolds the day before).
– Colin Lewis
Beautiful day yesterday to do (or redo due to a tracking problem 1st time round) the NYM Icebreaker, though it was a bit breezy in places! A fantastic route, with a few puddles, more than a few gates and the wonderful Grim Sheeper. If the Tracking Gods are with me that’s 6 routes done, thank you to all on the RallyMoto team for a brilliant event!
– Andy Esmond