Sunday 24th March 2013 10:00am

Starting from - Finsbury Park, N4 1EE

  • 14 miles
  • Road
  • 2 hr 25 mins

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Starting point

Finsbury Park Cafe, Finsbury Park
Hornsey Gate, Endymion Road
Haringey
London
N4 1EE

Finsbury Park

If you’re fairly confident on your bike on dirt and gravel surfaces and ready to broaden your cycling horizons, our Off-Road Steady rides are ideal. At a comfortable pace, and possibly with some modest hills along the way, there is barely a metre of tarmac in sight on these rides so come and enjoy the scrunch of gravel and the squelch of mud under your tyres with us! Rides are between 6 and 15 miles long, at a moderate pace of between 7 and 10 miles an hour.

A 14 mile route linking together Hampstead Heath, Alexandra Palace and Finsbury Park. Despite its urban location, you'll discover some surprising off-road routes with some fantastic views. It's a circular route, hilly in places and uses a combination of on and off-road paths. There's a cafe stop on the way where you can rest and refuel. Highpoint and highlight of the route is the Grade II listed Alexandra Palace, perched atop a hill with it's iconic TV antenna. Since the 1870s 'Ally Pally' has been used as an exhibition space, concert venue and famously as the home of the BBC from the 1930s.

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