Rides For Everyone - Coffee at the Windmill
Saturday 24 Jun 2017

The route follows the proposed Quietway across Teddington Lock and through Richmond Park to Roehampton from which it cuts under the A3 to Wimbledon Common and a coffee stop at the Windmill cafe, returning by a slightly rougher path down to Robin Hood Gate and back through Richmond Park.

A bit longer than the usual 'Rides for Everyone' at 14 miles. Anyone having had enough after the break just has to freewheel down to Wimbledon Station to catch the train.

Meet Teddington Station East Side 10:10am  TW11 0BB

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10:10 - Saturday 24/06/2017
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