Richmond upon Thames - Tamsin and Ham Trail - 13 miler
Sunday 11 Sep 2016

If you're fairly confident on your bike and ready to broaden your cycling horizons, Sky's Steady rides are ideal. At a comfortable pace, and possibly with some modest hills along the way, rides take place on mainly quiet roads with plenty of sights along the way. Rides are between 6 and 20 miles long, at a moderate pace of between 7 and 10 miles an hour.

This is a great ride that really makes the most of the fantastic routes in and around glorious Richmond Park. A great circular off road route extending the famous and popular Tasmin Trail out along the National Cycle Network to Ham, passing the magnificent Ham House, and see a variety of wildlife along the way. And we'll stop at one of the Park cafés for a well-earned cuppa after climbing the only hill on the route!

Read more and book here.

Starts:
10:00 - Sunday 11/09/2016
Ends:
12:45 - Sunday 11/09/2016
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