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Local Medium Pace Bike Rides in Hampshire

These bike rides are ideal if you have some experience as a cyclist and want leisurely social rides. These are our Cycling UK club rides and are held very week throughout the year on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays – contact either Charles Herbert or Jim Mercer.

Club: Fleet Cycling
Day: Tuesday and Sunday
Level:
3*
Frequency: weekly
Start time:
9:30 am
Meeting Point:
Hart Leisure Centre, Emerald Avenue, Fleet, GU51 5EE
Pace: medium, 12 to 13 mph
Distance: 35 to 40 miles
Destination: examples – Henry Street Garden Centre, Aborfield, Chocolate Frog, Oakhanger
Ride Description: relaxed social ride with a coffee stop mid-morning and return home to Fleet by about 1.00 pm.
Contact: James Mercer on 01252 684764 or james_mercer20@yahoo.co.uk

Club: Fleet Cycling
Day: Thursday
Level:
3* or 4*
Frequency: weekly
Start time:
9:30 am
Meeting Point:
Hart Leisure Centre, Emerald Avenue, Fleet, GU51 5EE
Pace: medium, 12 to 13 mph, sometimes a little faster
Distance: 45 to 80 miles
Destination: typically Whitchurch, Old Alresford, East Ilsley, Selborne
Ride Description: social ride with a mid-morning coffee stop, followed by a ride to a pub for lunch, often meeting up with cyclists from the Hampshire Cycling Fellowship. Home in Fleet by 3 or 4 pm. In winter the rides are shorter to arrive home in good light.
Contact: Charles Herbert on 01252 684420 or caherbert@ntlworld.com

Upcoming Calendar Events

Thu 23

4* Club Ride to Crossways Inn, Churt

Thu 23 Aug 18 @ 09:30
Sun 26

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The ride this Thursday 16th August is to Queen's Inn, Dummer - replacing the New Forest Ride which will be scheduled in September. Coffee stop Pamber End.

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Great day at the British Transplant Games. It was Amy's first ever Time Trial and she got silver! Bronze for me! The spirit and cameraderie were amazing. A true testament to the power of transplants!Graham and Amy participating in their first British Transplant Games. Both representing the Royal Free in the cycling event.

Amy grabbing herself a lovely silver medal. And Graham bagging himself a great bronze.

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