The next event in the Evans Cycles Ride It! series takes place at Albury, near Guildford, this weekend Saturday May 31 & Sunday June 1 (mountain bike on Saturday and road on Sunday).
This series of organised road and off-road rides are designed to take the hassle out of your weekend riding. They are non-competitive with an emphasis on riding with others, cycling in new areas and sampling some of the best off-road riding the UK has to offer.
Fully marked routes, mechanical service, Memory Map and SiS food and drink are all included in the entry fee, which is £12.50 on the day or £10 in advance. Kids ride for free. Demo bikes from Pinnacle can be booked via the Ride It! website and clothing from Gore Bike Wear will be available to test.
Sunday?s road ride is based at Albury Cricket Club (GU5 9DB). This is a really picturesque ride that weaves around the North Downs and lanes of Surrey fully utilising the beautiful, quiet, tree lined lanes of the area. Riding south away from the Downs, we loop back on ourselves and have the looming hulk of the hills as a target for the finish of the ride. A great, fast descent rounds off this spectacular ride perfectly!
ROUTE OPTIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS VENUE
Fun ? 15 miles
Short ? 30 miles
Medium ? 60 miles
Long ? 90 miles
For full details, go to www.evanscycles.com/rideit
EVANS RIDE IT: REMAINING DATES
Milton Keynes June 7th & 8th The Pavilion, Bow Brickhill, MK17 9JB
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 Venue TBC
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 Venue TBC
Nottingham October 4th & 5th Oaklands Centre, Warsop, NG20 0JE
West London October 18th & 19th Venue TBC
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