This is a route I rode and then noticed that other DV members were doing the identical ride a few days later! To me, it is simply Forest Green and beyond, to some quiet lanes. The return leg goes up Leith Hill and down Coldharbour to Dorking. There is a fair amount of climbing to […]
This ride to coffee and cake is definitely a route of two halves. Climbing Beech Avenue and Critten Lane to cross the downs and descending White Down (caution!). Then its another long easy climb to Holmbury St Mary and descent to Forest Green. Cross the A29 and A24 to reach Newdigate. The farm shop is […]
A nice length ride with the reward of cake and coffee at Seale after 28 miles /45Km. The tea room is accessed via Wood Lane. It can be busy at lunchtime. A good winter ride of 54miles/86km. The route back is relatively flat. Right click and download.
A fairly flat route with no steep climbs. A little climb at St Ann’s Hill, Chertsey and a few undulations. Can be ridden as a fast loop as there are long sections without interruption. If you need to refuel there is a great Turkish cafe in the centre of Chobham. Right click and download.
Climb from Leatherhead to Headley and down Pebble Hill. Some nice countryside from Betchworth. A loop heading to Russ Hill and back via quiet lanes to Brockham. Short spell on A25 towards Dorking. 45 miles/72Km. There is a cafe and village store opposite the green in Charlwood. Right click and download.
This 57 mile ride takes you to coffee in Reigate. Climb up Crocknorth and along Ranmore Common. Descend to Dorking and a punchy climb up Punchbowl Lane! Flat to Coffee (a flat white maybe!) at Maison du Velo (see cafe review) then once re-fueled some more ups and downs to Merstham and Walton on the […]
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 […]
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! – right click and “save link as”
Three good hills in a 40 mile route to test the climbing legs. Staple Lane, Crocknorth and Box Hill. The usual coffee stop is at the Box Hill cafe. The homeward leg includes the fast-as-you-can Horton roundabouts section! The GPX route file – right click and ‘Save link as’
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. – right click and ‘Save link as’