Emsworth & QE Country Park

  • Starts: Sunday 15 June 2014 10:30 am
  • Ride leader/Event organiser: Keith Wileman
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This ride was originally planned for 22nd June. It will now be on 15th June.

Meet in Emsworth at about 10.30 for the usual refreshments. We shall leave at 11.15 for a 15 mile ride to Queen Elizabeth country park. This will pass Wildhams Wood, Bevis’s Thumb, Compton Down and Windmill Hill. There will inevitably be one or two* very short hills.

We should arrive at the park towards one o’clock and we’re hoping for good weather so that we can picnic, but of course the cafe is available for those who prefer it. (There is a ‘Walk for diabetes’ scheduled on that day. I don’t know whether that will have any effect  on numbers at the café.)

After lunch it’s all downhill back to Emsworth and beyond.

* Did I say one or two? Well, maybe three.

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If you would like to join this ride - tandems and solos welcome - please get in touch with Keith who will let you know more about the ride.

About tandem rides

Sunday rides once a month. Riders meet for elevenses then ride about 15 miles to lunch. Medium pace but slower up hills and faster down. Solos also welcome.

This article describes what you should consider bringing with you.

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