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The latest in the Evans Cycles Ride It! series comes to Milton Keynes this weekend with mountain bike rides on Saturday June 7 and road rides on Sunday.

The Evans Cycles Ride It! events are a series of organised road and off-road rides that are designed to take the hassle out of your weekend riding. The rides are non-competitive with an emphasis on riding with other riders, riding in new areas and sampling some different road and off-road routes around the UK.


Sunday is the road ride which heads South out of the event centre, the Pavillion, and after some long but gentle climbs end up at Beacon, which is the start of the Ridgeway and lovely views over the plains of the Chilterns. It then meanders through the beautiful countryside and farmland of the Chilterns on quiet lanes before pedalling through the beautiful grounds of Woburn Abbey. A very rewarding ride through surprisingly beautiful countryside.


Fun ? 15 miles

Short ? 30 miles

Medium ? 60 miles

Long ? 90 miles

Adult entry is £10 per rider. Entries can be purchased on the Evans Cycles website at and are also taken on the day (subject to a £2.50 surcharge)

For more details of the Milton Keynes event and the Ride It! series please visit


Dorking, Surrey Hills June 28th & 29th The Priory School, Dorking, RH4 3DG

Thirsk, North York Moors July 12th & 13th Sutton Bank Visitor Centre, Thirsk, YO7 2EH

Stokenchurch, Chilterns July 26th & 27th Stokenchurch Primary School, HP14 3RN

Hayfield Manchester August 9th & 10th New Mills School, High Peak, SK22 4NR

Oxted, North Downs August 30th & 31st Hazelwood School, Oxted, RH8 0QU

North London September 13th & 14th Chancellor's School, Hatfield, AL9 7BN

Bristol September 20th & 21st Kingswood Village Hall, GL12 8RF

Nottingham October 4th & 5th Oaklands Centre, Warsop, NG20 0JE

West London October 18th & 19th Venue TBC


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