Midhurst & Kirdford

  • Starts: Tuesday 10 October 2017 9:00 am
  • Ride leader/Event organiser: Mike Harbour
  • Category:
  • Route grade: A - Demanding route
  • Ride to elevenses grade: A - Demanding route
At: The Spring Centre, Havant

Address: East Street, Havant, P09 1BS

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre web site is here.

More details and map.

Contact us about this event

Send an email to ride leader/event organiser: Mike Harbour.


Please note that this ride will start at 9.00a.m. from The Spring in Havant.

A brisk paced hilly ride of over 70 miles.

The ride to coffee in Midhurst will be via South Harting, Treyford and Didling. After coffee we will climb Bexley Hill and ride over to Lurgashall. We will then head over to Northchapel via the attractive hamlet of Hillgrove. We ride on to Staples Hill and Kirdford before turning south to cross the A272 and the A283 and will stop for lunch at The Black Horse in Byworth. We will head home via Burton Mill, Graffham, Heyshott Green, Cocking, Singleton, West Dean and Lavant.

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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