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The Environmental Transport Association a local Weybridge company that provides cycle insurance and an innovative cycle breakdown scheme unveiled their latest bicycle at the Bike Show last week. Watch this video:

Bike Ride - Sunday 10th October

The next Elmbridge Cycle Group ride will be this Sunday 10th October. We'll be heading West(ish). Leaving from outside the Hand and Spear at Weybridge Station, we will start by negotiating Walton Bridge and the back streets of Shepperton. Then we take a bearing north-west to zig-zag between several reservoirs, and right across the middle of one of them, before reaching our lunchtime destination of Wraysbury. On our return we'll follow the line of the railway back towards Staines and then the towpath along the river to Chertsey and then to Weybridge. The route will be about 25 miles taking 4 hours or so depending on the pace of the group. The going will be mainly quiet roads on the way out and mostly good quality off-road cycle paths on the way back. If you want to come along just turn up on Sunday at 11:00am outside the Hand and Spear.

All day cycle ride - October 3rd

Woking Cycle Group have an all day bike ride on Sunday 3rd October. Contact Ian Wright (07969-506906 or iankwright@hotmail.com) for details, but as far as I know the ride leaves from Brewery Road car park in Woking at 09:30am and will be heading in the direction of Windsor.

The Woking Cycle Group are a friendly lot, we met up with them for a combined ride last weekend. Here's a photo of us and them having an encounter with a crazy dog at Red Hill.

September Bike Ride

This Sunday's bike ride will be this Sunday 19th September at 11:00am. We'll be heading South. Leaving from outside the Hand and Spear at Weybridge Station, we'll head south on the new path through Seven Arches Bridge to Byfleet and then along the Wey Navigation towards Pyrford and then cross country to Old Woking for lunch. Something special after lunch. We'll be heading to Woking Leisure Centre for a 2pm rendezvous with the "semi-serious social cylists" from the Woking Cycle Group. From there we have the option to ride with them for a couple of hours, or to return back along the Basingstoke canal to Weybridge. The route will be about 20 - 25 miles taking 4 hours or so depending on what we do when we meet up with the Woking group. If you want to come along just turn up on Sunday at 11:00am outside the Hand and Spear.

Skyride Photographs

Everybody had an excellent time at Skyride. The ride in from Weybridge via Kingston was awesome. London was packed, 80,000+ cyclists. Because everyone was wearing identical hi-viz bibs, we immediately started to lose people and some we never saw again.

Here are the photographs:



And some photos here on Flikr of the ride in to London with the Kingston group.

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