Since we have a new Club HQ a modification of the Winter Loop course was required. Most of the route is unchanged, but it now ends at the top of Lammas Lane in Esher (a sting in the tail).
This is the new mid week TT. A 22 mile dash from just past Waitrose in Esher to Shere Road (climb) and back past the Duke of Wellington to Esher. Usually occurs on a Wednesday evening.
As fitness levels improve this ride gets very competitive!
A nice stretch of the legs or maybe a graduation from flat ride. Your choice!
This ride climbs twice. Gradually up from Cobham to Effingham and then steeper up Beech Avenue/Critten Lane to Ranmore Common Road. Descend down to Westhumble. Cross the A24 and attack Box Hill Zig-Zag.
Coffee at the cafe and head home. One little kick up on Mill Way then blast down the Beaverbrook Roundabout.
This is a 30mile/50km easy route with no big hills. Out via Cobham and Plough Lane to Ripley (potential coffee stop). A loop around Send and Send Hill (not steep) and back.
Dan loves a hill so this route is his new favorite short hilly route while furloughed.
Roughly Ewell, Epsom Downs 6%, Hurst Rd 6.6%, Walton-on-the-hill, Gatton Bottom, White Hill Lane 10%, Hooley, Star Lane 10% Chipstead, Banstead, Ewell and home. A 38 mile/60km course.
Note: There is an error in the gpx route at the top of Star Lane/Elmore Rd. Turn right at the top along High Rd NOT left.
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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Head out to Cobham via the Esher “bumps” and at the Fairmile turn towards Fetcham. A few climbs get you to Great Bookham. A gentle incline to Effingham and then it’s downhill all the way to Cobham. Most newcomers then swear at the “bumps” coming into Esher!
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!!
This is the classic route for the DV winter chain gang. Flat, fast 20 miles average speed over 21mph!
See Facebook page for possible groups and times.