Breeze Spring Cafe2Cafe Ride
Saturday 25 Mar 2017

This ride starts in Richmond Park; riders may choose to end at Wraysbury station 37miles, Shepperton station 47miles or back in Richmond Park 60miles. You need not decide until food at the Windsor Farm Shop (32miles). There are 8 spaces for the 60 mile option.

We expect to be at Wraysbury station by1:45pm, Shepperton station 2:30/3pm and RP 4:30/5pm. Our route is: Richmond Park - Hampton Court - Virginia Water - Windsor Great Park - WINDSOR FARM SHOP - Datchet - Wraysbury station - Shepperton Towpath - Shepperton station - Bushy Park - Teddington Lock - Richmond Park Aiming for 12-14mph average (so cruising around 15-16mph on flat roads) if possible. Riding in twos whenever possible. At pace of the slowest, no one will be dropped! Bring good lights. A helmet is compulsory. Your bike must be in a good, clean condition and working order (thank you!). Bring a snack or two (eg a banana, chocolate bar), and one more layer than you think you need.

Meet at Roehampton Café, Richmond Park, in time for a 9.30 start. Full ride details and registration here

Starts:
09:30 - Saturday 25/03/2017
Ends:
14:30 - Saturday 25/03/2017
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