Richmond to Box Hill Loop
Saturday 04 Mar 2017

This ride, the last in a series of 3 tackles the Mighty Box Hill! If the weather is nice and Spring(y) it should be amazing! 50 miles is a considerable distance (50 miles), so be warned. It also has some hills, but nothing too brutal, just enough to get your legs going and tackling "The Box"! Do take plenty to eat and drink on the way. There will be one pit stop each way and one proper coffee break at the top of Box Hill. Meet at Roehampton Cafe in Richmond Park, aiming for a 9.30am start, so please do factor in enough time to arrive there promptly.

You will find full details of the ride and you can also register here

09:30 - Saturday 04/03/2017
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