There are two ways to approach this short 24 mile/38km route. Flat out or gentle with a coffee stop or a beer at the Duke of Wellington!
It is essentially the DV Summer loop without the Shere Hill (Sheer Hell?!!) climb.
Taking a gentle route via Walton and along the river to Weybridge and Addlestone. The route uses some cycle paths to get to Chertsey bridge then along the river again to Laleham and back via Lower Sunbury.
A very flat route. Only 22 miles, take a break at Laleham if required.
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Coronavirus lockdown inspired TT. Flatish, fast, short, with minimal traffic lights.
Only 24 miles, 1000ft, starting from just past Esher Waitrose via Great Bookham and back to Esher just before the Milbourne Lane lights.
You can ride this route slowly as well!!
See Facebook page for possible groups and times.
New version created July 2020 due to this route crossing the green.
A 39 mile, fairly flat, ride that goes through Chertsey and Virginia Water to Windsor Great Park. There is an option to stop at the Post Office in the park for coffee. Alternatively a slight diversion to The Windsor Farm Shop off Datchet Road.
Homeward via Staines and Laleham should have you ready for a beer at HQ!
This is a classic DV ride. 44 miles with one gentle hill up from Windsor to Blacknest. It can be either a fast ride or a gentle leg stretcher!
Coffee and cake at Hanger Cafe and then only 12 miles until home!
This route is a great introduction to riding with a group. It is fairly flat and usually a gentle ride with not too much traffic. Coffee and cake in Ripley and back through the lanes to Cobham then Esher.
An alternative route to Windsor. 44 miles without any steep hills. Wiggle your way through Weybridge to Adlestone and out to Chobham. A fast descent into Windsor, through the town centre past the castle. Plenty of opportunities for coffee! A flat return leg via Staines and Laleham.
This is a short 30 mile route out through Ripley to Send Marsh and back via East Clandon. No hills just quiet country lanes!