With restrictions starting to life, we’re delighted to be able to resume group riding with a special programme for the Easter holidays – with lots of safeguards in place, which means places are extremely limited.
We know that lots of people have been discovering (or rediscovering) the bike in the past year, so we wanted to offer some rides that were suitable for real beginners, as well as some slightly more (but still family friendly) challenging rides.
Building on our successful Discovery Ride series in September and October, we’ve added a couple of really easy options, based on our normal summer ride outings. Our Easter Ride programme on the 11th and 18th April therefore have two rides per afternoon – one really accessible one (3 or 4 miles) and one slightly longer one, based on the rides we did last year:
- Sunday 11th April 1:30 Discovery Ride – Heathhall Forest (6 miles +)
- Sunday 11th April 1:45 Explorer Ride – Mavis Grove (3.5 miles)
- Sunday 18th April 1:30 Discovery Ride – Mabie Forest (11 miles)
- Sunday 18th April 1:45 Explorer Ride – Lincluden Abbey (4 miles)
The longer rides are booking up fast – but the shorter ones still have a few spaces. Please pass the word on to anyone you know who might be interested – especially if they’re new to cycling!