click for route Every so often I like to take off on my gravel bike with no destination or route planned. Average speed doesn't matter. With the strange, sometimes stressful, daily pandemic world we live in, that can be a great relief. It is all about riding for the love of it. Just take off … Continue reading Thursday bimble
This is another great ride for a nice warm sunny Sunday morning. If 63 miles sounds a long way, you can always stop off for breakfast at the Hanningfield visitor centre
This is a great ride for a nice warm sunny Sunday morning. And even better if you want to stop off for refreshments by the river relaxing by the barges
A great day out. Well organised ride through the country lanes of Essex. Getting out of London is not so pleasant but once you are clear of the metropolis, this is a truly enjoyable ride with great train links back to London. If you do the ride, why not stay awhile for fish and chips. … Continue reading London to Southend 2014
This is the latest Southend Bikeathon course. Part of it is off road and it is family friendly providing you take care at one large roundabout. The only problem with the course is that it uses private roads not normally pen to the public. But there are ways round that 🙂
This is one of my regular training circuits. It's 33 miles overall so quite nice for a couple of hours out on a Sunday morning. There's a little bit of climb half-way through which is nice for the legs. A mix of quiet and busy roads.
The Southend cycle path runs from Shoeburyness East Beach to Chalkwell. It's about six and half miles long but why not ride back again and make it thirteen miles. It's all off road, flat and mostly on the seafront cycle lane - just keep an eye open for people walking along it. This makes it … Continue reading Southend seafront cycle path