The Seething Trycyclingathon
Sunday 14 Sep 2014

This event is for everyone who rides or wants to get back on a bicycle. 
 
There are three different routes to suit the different levels of fitness and confidence of each cyclist - or you can just cycle where you want to. The important thing is for everyone to end up back at Claremont Gardens in Surbiton where we can celebrate. Just register your interest by using the box on the top right.
 
After your ride you can enjoy the fabulous food and bar on the delightful Claremont Gardens and listen to some gentle entertainment as you relax with your family and friends.
 
Read more here 

Starts:
10:00 - Sunday 14/09/2014
Ends:
13:15 - Sunday 14/09/2014
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