One of the events the cycle Club is running this year is a ride from Plymouth to Cardiff, so that means the route has to reccied and risk assessed. As it was a fine on Wednesday we decided to do part of it, from Chepstow to Cardiff. This is a relatively easy section and flat more or less the whole way.
We let the train take the strain to Chepstow to save time because
when you're risk assessing a route it takes far longer than when you ride it on the day.
Its Route 4 from Chepstow to Cardiff all the way, so providing the signposting is ok there should be no problems.
But it wasn't and we ended up next to the M4 by the Severn Bridge tolls. Not the best way for cyclists.
Often reccying a route is more fun than leading a group of 14 cyclists as you have less worry and more time to enjoy it.
Here's the route