Circular loop via Bishops Waltham.

  • Starts: Wednesday 31 March 2021
  • Ride leader/Event organiser: Phil Hebblethwaite
  • Category:
  • Ride grade: C - Moderate ride
  • Ride to elevenses grade: B - Hilly ride
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A moderate paced ride (10-12mph) with approx 2000ft of climbing.

Route via Denmead, Droxford, Bishops Waltham, Wickham, Titchfield Haven and the Gosport ferry to return to Havant.

Distance approx 50 miles. Several moderate Hills along the route.

Elevenses stop planned at Bishops Waltham where there are some takeaways and a couple of outside benches in carpark near the loos.

Lunch on the front at Titchfield Haven where there is a mobile cafe in good weather for takeaway ( drinks and cakes ,but no hot food).
There are also public Loos here.

I suggest you bring a packed lunch to be self sufficient.

The Ferry tickets are £5.20 return for Adult and bike or less for an OAP.

Bookings for this ride

Pop-up rides are invitation-only. We are operating under Government guidelines which dictate we must control the size of our rides. Do not attend a ride unless your name appears below or you have received an invite from the ride leader. You cannot assume that you are eligible to join a ride just because you asked to be added.

This ride cannot exceed 6 riders (including the ride leader).

This ride is currently full but we encourage you to ask to join, even so. 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

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  • A non-PCTC member
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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 Pop-up rides

The Government and Cycling UK have given us the go-ahead to start rides subject to the 'rule of six' on 29th March.

If you get COVID-19 symptoms or you might have been exposed to someone with the virus...

We describe the actions you should take here.

Bear in mind that most of your fellow riders - and people they live with - are more likely to suffer extreme reactions to the virus than the rest of the population. Please give them the best chance to avoid the worst effects of the infection by ensuring they know of a possible exposure.

The size of our regular pre-emergency rides make it impractical for us to return to regular riding for the time being. Instead, individual ride leaders can create pop-up rides for any day and time, as long as they do it at least a full day ahead of time. People can then ask the ride leader for permission to join their ride. Leaders have complete discretion who they invite to join. It is vital that you do not join a pop-up ride unless you are invited by the ride leader, or your name appears in the booking list shown for each ride.

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If you receive an invitation, please do your best to join the ride because you might be taking a place that could have been used by someone else. Unless you have a good reason for not turning up, you might find it difficult to join future rides.

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The small size of rides means we might be unable to split a ride if you get into difficulties. We will do all we can to escort you back to the start point, but please be prepared to navigate yourself home or to call for support from a partner, relative or friend.

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There is more guidance on what we are allowed to do in the emergency here.