Osterley and Syon Parks Circular
Sunday 07 Aug 2016

This ride has been created in association with the National Trust and is an opportunity to make the most of some beautiful countryside, and great facilities for cyclists. 

At a comfortable pace of between 7 and 10 miles an hour.and possibly some modest hills along the way, the ride takes place on mainly quiet roads. It is an engaging 14 mile ride on traffic-free paths and suburban roads, taking in majestic Syon House, home of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, and the equally impressive Osterley Park, a neo-classical mansion house and gardens in the borough of Hounslow. With parkland, canal towpath and quiet roads, there's enough variety and interest to keep you entertained. Largely tarmac surfaces means it's road-bike-friendly too!

There's more information on Osterley Park here.

Read more and book here.

Starts:
10:00 - Sunday 07/08/2016
Ends:
12:30 - Sunday 07/08/2016
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