Saturday Afternoon Cafe Ride

Saturday Afternoon Cafe Ride

BOOKING ESSENTIAL: Groups limited to 8 riders - we will split the ride to form extra groups when required.

Meet at the Stevenage Cycling Hub in Fairlands Valley Park, Stevenage at 12:50 to depart at 1:00pm

 

4th December

This ride involves about an hour of cycling before stopping at a cafe for tea and cake. 
The ride will be ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

Leader Dave, 2nd Leader Bill

Click Ride Information for ride leader details and to book on the ride.

 

11th December

This ride involves about an hour of cycling before stopping at a cafe for tea and cake. 
The ride will be ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

Leader Chris, 2nd Leader TBC

Click Ride Information for ride leader details and to book on the ride.

 

18th December

This ride involves about an hour of cycling before stopping at a cafe for tea and cake. 
The ride will be ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

Leader Bill, 2nd Leader Dave

Click Ride Information for ride leader details and to book on the ride.

 

25th December

No ride planned, Happy Christmas

 

1st January - New Year Resolution Ride

This ride involves about an hour of cycling before stopping at Vanstone's Garden Centre for coffee and cake. 
The ride will be ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

Leader Bill, 2nd Leader Dave

Click Ride Information for ride leader details and to book on the ride.

 

8th January

This ride involves about an hour of cycling before stopping at a cafe for tea and cake. 
The ride will be ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

Leader TBC, 2nd Leader Dave

Click Ride Information for ride leader details and to book on the ride.

 

15th January

This ride involves about an hour of cycling before stopping at a cafe for tea and cake. 
The ride will be ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

Leader Bill, 2nd Leader TBC

Click Ride Information for ride leader details and to book on the ride.

 

22nd January

This ride involves about an hour of cycling before stopping at a cafe for tea and cake. 
The ride will be ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

Leader TBC, 2nd Leader TBC

Click Ride Information for ride leader details and to book on the ride.

 

29th January

This ride involves about an hour of cycling before stopping at a cafe for tea and cake. 
The ride will be ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

Leader TBC, 2nd Leader TBC

Click Ride Information for ride leader details and to book on the ride.

General Information

At present these rides are for cyclists aged 18 and over who are comfortable with riding in a group. Every Saturday afternoon, see above for details of individual rides - click on the date for further information and booking details.

Meet at the Stevenage Cycling Hub in Fairlands Valley Park, Stevenage at 12:50 to depart at 1:00pm.

The rides involve about an hour of cycling before stopping at a cafe for tea and cake. 
These rides are ridden at a moderate pace. You should expect to cycle about 20 miles (32km) at a moving average speed around 11mph (18kph).

 After the cafe stop we return to Stevenage, expecting to arrive back by 4:00pm

BOOKING ESSENTIAL: Groups limited to 8 riders - we will split the ride to form a second group if required.

Please book by text or call with Ride Leader

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