British Heart Foundation Training Ride
Sunday 24 May 2015

Sky ride local in Kingston upn Thames

Planning on doing a British Heart Foundation charity ride? If you want to get the most out of your big day, the hard work needs to start before you cross the start line. That’s why BHF have teamed up with British Cycling to offer you this training ride.
 
Are you up to the challenge of the Zigzag Road up to Box Hill, the iconic section of the 2012 Olympic Road Race? While the professionals took the busy route, this ride follows pleasant country roads through Oxshott, Stoke D’Abernon, Fetcham, Great Bookham and Westhumble. Test yourself on Bagden Hill before you get to Box Hill, where stunning views preface a magnificent descent through Headley Heath. We return to Chessington via Ashtead and Epsom Commons. This is the perfect preparation for your British Heart Foundation Ride later in the year.

Find out more information about the ride and book yourself on here.

Starts:
10:00 - Sunday 24/05/2015
Ends:
13:45 - Sunday 24/05/2015
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