Breeze Spring! Cafe2Cafe Ride
Saturday 11 Mar 2017

This ride starts in Richmond Park, and ends at EFFINGHAM JUNCTION station (frequent trains to Surbiton, Wimbledon, Clapham Junction, Waterloo station) The route goes via the coffee shop at RHS Wisley which is at 37 miles. There will be a loo stop beforehand at 17 miles.

Aiming for 12-13mph average (riding pace of around 14-16mph on flat roads). Riding in twos whenever possible. At pace of the slowest, no one will be dropped! A helmet is compulsory. Your bike must be in a good, clean condition and working order (thank you!). Bring an emergency snack (eg a banana, chocolate bar), and one more layer than you think you need. Arrive at Roehampton Café 9-9:15, ready for a 9:30am departure!

Full route details and register here

Starts:
09:30 - Saturday 11/03/2017
Ends:
14:30 - Saturday 11/03/2017
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