Tuesday, 23 June 2009

The Casual cyclist. Tuesday Night Ride

This ride out, first started in bike week. Tuesday 16th June 2009. There was 11 riders in total. Starting at the White Lion Pub. Cryers Hill, High Wycombe.
And cycling around 20 miles. We all enjoyed the ride, so decided to keep it going and meeting up at 7pm every Tuesday. This month October we have been meeting at 6pm and cycling just over a 1 hour and we are down to 3/4 riders. Lost some riders during the summer holidays and hadn’t realised we are still continuing. We are looking at going out and meeting up Sunday mornings, at 10 am.

The ride is for fun and to encourage people into cycling. If you know a good ride, in the area we would be happy to hear from you as we are always looking for different rides
Also a great way to meet new people with same interests.
If you would like to join us. Please call 07739614579 or email martin@cycle-tech.co.uk 

Please wear your cycle helmet!!!!!!

Local Cycling Clubs
Wycombe summit Mountain bike club organising rides in the hills and trails around High Wycombe and the Chilterns. Each month  holds a ride for prospective new members as detailed in the Rides section. Members also organise weekday night rides and other weekend rides. The club offers coaching to its members to help them improve biking skills.
Buckinghamshire Mountain Biking Expert guidance from the home of Buckinghamshire Mountain Biking Route Guides, Reviews, News, Forum, Galleries, Tech Tips, Race Reports and much more.
Cycle Routes in Buckinghamshire Buckinghamshire offers a huge variety of cycling opportunities within a tranquil, rural landscape. From the high spots of the Chilterns and the Icknield Way in the south, to the Vale of Aylesbury in the north, you will find picturesque villages, quiet lanes, steep climbs, peaceful canal towpaths, stately homes and also busy, cycle-friendly towns.
High wycombe cycling club High Wycombe Cycling Club was founded in 1924 and has produced many accomplished cyclists across many
disciplines. This site is designed to keep you informed about all aspects of the club and to encourage newcomers

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