Sunday 22nd September 2013 2:00pm
Starting from - Temple Newsam, LS15 0AE
Led by experienced ride leaders, these rides are a great way to explore new places and to meet new people who enjoy cycling. They are suitable for all levels of experience, so whether you are a beginner or a seasoned cyclist, you can find a ride that is right for you.
Fearnville Leisure Centre
This is a lovely scenic route, starting from Fearnville Leisure Centre and heading up to the beautiful Roundhay Park before visiting the iconic Temple Newsam and back. The majority of the route is traffic free with plenty of things to see along the way including views of open farmlands, nice pond area, rolling hills and woodland paths to name just a few.
There are plenty of opportunities for stops along the route including the BMX track, Primrose valley. Roundhay park and the tea rooms at Temple Newsam. Who knew you could get all the way between Temple Newsam and Roundhay Park mainly off-road? Let’s go explore!
The majority of this route is suitable for all bikes but if you are having second thoughts about a road bike, leave it a home and come on something with fatter tyres.
This ride uses part of National Cycle Network (NCN) route 66. To find out more about the NCN and other great places to cycle near you everyday, go to the Sustrans website (http://www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/national-cycle-network).
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