Crane Park Nature Trail
Saturday 25 Jun 2016

Not cycled for a while and looking for an easy way to get back in the saddle? Fancy a fun way to get your friends or kids riding? Sky's Easygoing rides are great for building confidence for all abilities and ages along relaxed, mostly traffic-free routes. They're up to six miles long, with a gentle pace of around six miles an hour.

This is a pretty little ride along the river Crane, starting in Kneller Gardens and along into Crane Nature Reserve, passing the magnificent Shot Tower which is now the visitor centre.

Read more and book here.

Starts:
10:00 - Saturday 25/06/2016
Ends:
11:30 - Saturday 25/06/2016
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