Starting from - The Ebury Way is a traffic-free route, following the line of a disused railway track through trees, passing by gravel lakes, rivers and over the Grand Union Canal. At the centre of the Aquadrome are three lakes, formed by the extraction of gravel used in the construction of the original Wembley Stadium. This easy, virtually flat, traffic free route is a perfect mini-adventure for beginners & families & anyone wanting a gentle, sociable, easy Sunday morning ride with a leisurely cafe stop, at the Cafe-in-the-Park. :) Whether you want to have brunch or simply a hot drink, your company is warmly welcome as we enjoy a relaxed social ride with extended cafe time. :) There may be a bit of a wait, as this is an excellent cafe, but that also gives us all a chance to chat while we wait and we promise the food and drink at the Cafe-in-the-Park is worth waiting for! :) Check out: https://thecafeinthepark.com/
Rachel Caterer & Dennis Fitton will be your kind & supportive Ride Leaders for this ride. :)
Everyone welcome! :)
Please bring a spare inner tube in case of a puncture - as changing an inner tube is faster than getting out the rubber glue. The Ride Leaders can help if anyone in the group has a puncture on the day. Watford Cycle Hub sell inner tubes from £4 new, or recycled ones for 50p patched, £1 with no patches, should you need to purchase one.
Please check your bike is in good working order before the ride - especially that your brakes are working & your tyres are pumped.
Should your bike be in need of a bit more TLC, as a Not-For-Profit, Community Enterprise, we do free bike assessments and will offer you an honest price for fixing, fine tuning or servicing your bike.
Watford Cycle Hub, The Pavilion, Chaffinch Lane (off Tolpits Lane), Watford, WD18 9QD