CTC in South East England

Shoreham (Nr Eynsford), Kent

14th Sept -  Shoreham, Kent.  ..... no not that Shoreham this one is inland in the scenic Darenth Valley near Eynsford

Train from Upminster to Barking, short ride to FREE Woolwich ferry into Kent
Circa 45 miles round trip From Barking.
 

Waltham Abbey

29th June - Waltham Abbey                  Leader Dave 07948 583 979

Ride through Epping Forest area to lunch in Historic Waltham Abbey

Saturday Saunter for Bike Week

Easy ride starting at Jenny's Cafe in Hatfield, Herts.  We'll ride north to Harmer Green then return by a different route back to Hatfield in time for lunch.

Saturday Saunter for Bike Week

Easy ride suitable for families.  Meet at The Inn on the Park cafe in Verulamium Park, St Albans ready for a 10 am start.  We'll cycle through Gorhambury Park (site of a Roman Theatre) and return to Verulamium Park by lunchtime.  Parking (not free) and toilets available.

St Albans - Weds Eve ride for Bike Week

Non-members welcome on this Bike Week ride  - average speed is about 13 mph.

Circular ride ending at a pub in St Albans.

See http://www.southhertsctc.org.uk/Cycle/wednesday for more details.

Wheathampstead - Picnic Ride for Bike Week

Non-members welcome on this Bike Week ride - average speed is about 12 mph.

See http://www.southhertsctc.org.uk/Cycle/weekend-rides for more details.

St Albans - Chilterns Ride for Bike Week

Non-members very welcome on this Bike Week ride - average speed is about 12 mph (i.e. 15 mph on flat roads).

  • 40 miles, returning home for lunch, or
  • 70 miles, all day ride

See http://www.southhertsctc.org.uk/Cycle/weekend-rides for more details.

White Horses ride

We’ll take in 7 White Horses counter-clockwise in Wiltshire so that the hills are mostly done by the time we get to lunch – we still have one monster afterwards.  Yes we will go down Hackpen Hill this time rather than up.  Also we may take tea at the end of the ride at the Crofton Beam Engine cafe.

South Herts CTC Sunday Ride with unmissable cakes

Join us for part or all of one of our best rides of the year in Hertfordshire & Essex.  We will split into faster and slower rides, to the same destinations, to suit riders on the day.  

The ride of 55 miles is divided into four stages and there are three relaxing stops along the way:

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