- Starts: Saturday 25 June 2022 1:00 pm
- Ride leader/Event organiser: Andy Henderson
- Category: Saturday rides
- Route grade: D - Flattish route
- A - Demanding route. Riders should already have experience of, and be prepared for distance, hills and, probably, both. E.g. Liss or Arundel via Houghton.
- B - Hilly route. Involves major hills. E.g. Sustainability Centre or Alresford.
- C - Moderate route. Not especially long or hilly (but will involve climbs and descents). E.g. Bishop's Waltham
- D - Flattish route. Might involve some hills, but not major ones. E.g. Chichester or West Wittering.
- E - Short, flat route. Easy route often designed for people new to group riding.
Our grading scheme
When grading routes we use the following scheme:
At: Portsmouth Cathedral
Contact us about this event
Send an email to ride leader/event organiser: Andy Henderson.
You can find out more about the Cathedral Cycle Relay 2022 here.
We will be leading the section from Portsmouth Cathedral to Chichester Cathedral.
We won't be following the route shown in the Cycling UK page. Instead, we'll go via West Stoke and the Centurion Way so we can stop for a break at Design Vintage on the way (see map above). If the start is delayed for any reason we might use the Clay Lane route as an alternative.
It would be good to have one or two extra PCTC riders to show hospitality to the group.
Bookings for this ride/event
Booking is required for this ride. Please let the ride leader know if you want to join. Please do not turn up for the ride unless you've had your booking confirmed or your name appears below.
This ride is currently full but we encourage you to ask to join the wait list. That will let the ride leader:
- Find out the demand for that type of ride
- Nominate you as a replacement if someone drops out
- Arrange to split the ride if there is sufficient demand
Bookings recorded for this ride (Log in to see rider names):
- A PCTC member
To ask to join this ride, please use the 'Contact us about this ride' link above to send an email to the ride leader.
About Saturday rides
Rides usually from Havant with stops for elevenses, lunch and sometimes tea. If you're unable to keep up or have a mechanical problem, someone will be available to help you - although we obviously cannot guarantee to solve all problems.
Riders are free to join and leave the ride at various points. Some ride directly to the elevenses stop.
Saturday rides are (usually) much smaller than Wednesday rides. As a result they offer fewer options for rides but more flexibility for routes and destinations.
If you want to ride with us but only to elevenses and need someone to help you with the route back, please let us know in advance of the ride so we can try to arrange something for you.
This article describes what you should consider bringing with you on one of these rides.