Saturday 24th August 2013 10:00am

Starting from - Richmond, KT2 5BH

  • 4 miles
  • None
  • 1 hr 40 mins

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Starting point

YMCA Hawker Centre
Lower Ham Road
Greater London


Not cycled for a while and looking for an easy way to get back in the saddle? Fancy a fun way to get your friends or kids riding? Our Easygoing rides are great for building confidence for all abilities and ages along relaxed, mostly traffic-free routes. They’re up to six miles long, with a gentle pace of around six miles an hour.

A lovely gentle ride along the Thames from behind the Hawker Centre up to Ham House going past Teddington Lock, Ham Nature Reserve and Eel Pie Island.  Here you can see a classic car in the back garden of Trevor Bayliss - the inventor of the wind-up radio, before we finally arrive at Ham House.   No Ham or Eels to be eaten though so bring a snack and a drink for our short stop on the grass in front of the lovely Ham House.

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