Friday 23 September 2016

Bike Ride to Audley End


Portugal has a great tradition of tourism tours for old people. The tours to the almond blossom are the most famous.

Unfortunately we do not have almond trees in Cambridgeshire so we cannot create a tour like that. But we have lots of beautiful landscapes where we can cycle.

Bring your bike and let's celebrate the echinox, the Cambridgeshire and Essex Countryside and the stunning Audley End House and Gardens.

We will start Sunday, October 2, in front of Guildhall and we will cycle towards Audley End and Saffron Walden. We will visit Audley End House and neighbouring Saffron Walden has a CafĂ© just for cyclists.

This is not a race! Our peloton will be always compact and we will choose a speed that fits everyone. You can do it!

The tour is completely free but you must pay the tickets to Audley End and to return to Cambridge by train if you don't want to cycle back.

You will need:

  • A bike (always needed for bike tours)
  • Food to share (for the picnic)
  • Helmet (not mandatory)
  • Spare tube (You may have a puncture)
  • Happiness (If you don't bring you will certainly get it in the end)


DISCLAIMER
All riders in the Bike Ride to Audley End do so entirely at their own risk.
CUPortSS and its agents cannot accept any responsibility for personal accident, loss, or damage to cycles, equipment and personal effects or any public liability.
All riders are deemed to have accepted these conditions by entering the event.

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