The Autumn Series - Richmond Legacy Loop
Sunday 30 Nov 2014

Sky Ride Local in Richmond upon Thames
Just because the days are getting shorter, it doesn’t mean you have to stop cycling. Keep riding with our Autumn Series – now open for free booking. These rides are all about getting the best out of the season, perfect for getting out on your bike and warming up on a fresh autumn morning! As ‘challenging’ rides you can expect distances of twenty miles and above, usually with some hills thrown in along the way. You don’t have to be the next Bradley Wiggins to take part, but you’ll need to be fairly fit.

Come and join us as we ride the Richmond section of the 2012 Olympic Road Race route. We take in all the great sights that make our borough so beautiful and such a great place to live and more importantly ride a bike! There are some sections of A-road but we will be out early in the morning so they will be quiet and speedy to ride.

Additional Information
Helmets must be worn by all under 18's regardless of ride level. 

Please make sure your bike is in good working order and bring equipment with you to repair punctures, Ride Leaders are there to help but are not responsible for your bike. All rides leave at the time stated you must arrive early Ride Leaders will not wait.

Read more here.

Starts:
09:00 - Sunday 30/11/2014
Ends:
11:00 - Sunday 30/11/2014
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