By Jeremy Scothern - 12th October 2016 1:00pm
Are you a keen cyclist, but not inclined to the "A-to-B as quickly as possible" approach?
Then you may wish to learn of Aylesbury Cycle Touring Club's upcoming schedule of Easy Paced rides. Here they are:
Sunday 6th November
Start 9.30am Café in the Park, Aston Clinton HP22 5HL
An Easy Paced circular cycle ride starting at the Café in the Park with a coffee stop at the Sorelli Café, Leighton Buzzard. Rides are normally around 30 miles or so.
Sunday 13th November
Start 9.30am Aqua vale Aylesbury HP20 1DX
An Easy Paced circular cycle ride starting at the Aquavale Aylesbury with a coffee stop at the Green Dragon Eco centre, Hogshaw near Quainton. Rides are normally around 30 miles or so.
Sunday 20th November
Start 9.30am Butlers Cross HP17 0TS
An Easy Paced circular cycle ride starting at the Butlers Cross by the Russell Arms with a coffee stop at the George and Dragon café Quainton. Rides are normally around 30 miles or so.
Sunday 27th November
Start 9.30am Watermead Inn HP19 0FX
An Easy Paced circular cycle ride starting at the the Watermead Inn, Watermead with a coffee stop at the CuriosiTea tea rooms in Ivinghoe. Rides are normally around 30 miles or so. More details of the Aylesbury CTC here and also on Facebook and the South Bucks website
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