Liphook & Heyshott

  • Starts: Tuesday 24 March 2020 9:00 am
  • Ride leader/Event organiser: Mike Lynch
  • Supported by: Clive Dakin
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At: Rowlands Castle

Address: Rowlands Castle

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Clive Dakin will guide us around the following route...

Rowlands Castle to Liphook; 22miles passing through South Harting, Nyewood and east of Rogate. An undulating route on tarmac roads through forest. Coffee at the café near Liphook Cycles. The route to lunch will be through Lynchmere, Fernhurst & Lodsworth to Heyshott, a further 18 miles. Lunch is available at the Unicorn Inn (Heyshott) or the Graffham Village shop for those requiring simpler fayre. The homebound leg will be to Cocking with options to go through Elsted to South Harting and on towards Petersfield or south to Singleton for a route to Havant. Total distance returning to Rowlands Castle 57 miles.

About Tuesday rides

The Tuesday rides are typically 60-80 miles at a moderately fast pace while maintaining the social nature of the Saturday and Wednesday rides. The rides will start at various locations to be determined by the individual ride leader.

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