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Midweek Ride 12th June

Hi All due to the weather and me not feeling 100% tomorrow’s ride will start from John Lewis 7pm it will be an urban ride about 20 miles and a pub stop. There are parking spaces if you want to drive to the start.

Wailun Chung leads this week’s midweek ride. Meet at the Chiseldon Smokehouse ready for a 7.00pm start. There is also parking if you want to drive to the start.

Midweek rides are usually around 15-20 miles / 2 hours long, and use sections of the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs. The rides are novice-friendly and no-one gets left behind.

You’ll need lights, a drink and a spare tube or repair kit. We may call in to the pub for a drink afterwards.

Midweek Ride 29 May

Steffan James will lead this week’s Wednesday night ride. Meet at the Chiseldon Smokehouse ready for a 7.00pm start.

Midweek rides are usually about 15 miles / 2 hours long and use sections of the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs. They are suitable for riders of all abilities and no-one gets left behind.

You’ll need lights, a drink and snack. We may call in to the pub for a drink afterwards.

Midweek Ride 22 May

Tom Scott leads this week’s midweek ride. Meet at the Chiseldon Smokehouse ready for a 7.00pm start.

Midweek rides are usually around 15-20 miles / 2 hours long, and use sections of the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs. The rides are novice-friendly and no-one gets left behind.

You’ll need lights, a drink and a spare tube or repair kit. We may call in to the pub for a drink afterwards.

Midweek Ride 15 May

Wailun Chung leads this week’s midweek ride. Meet at the Chiseldon Smokehouse ready for a 7.00pm start.

Midweek rides are usually around 15-20 miles / 2 hours long, and use sections of the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs. The rides are novice-friendly and no-one gets left behind.

You’ll need lights, a drink and a spare tube or repair kit. We may call in to the pub for a drink afterwards.

Midweek Ride 8th May

Steve Jeans leads this week’s Wednesday night ride. Meet at the Chiseldon Smokehouse ready for a 7.00pm start.

Midweek rides use sections of the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs and are usually around 15 miles / 2 hours long. There rides are novice-friendly and no-one gets left behind.

You’ll need lights, a drink and a spare tube or repair kit. We may call in to the pub afterwards.

Midweek Ride 1st May

Wailun Chung leads this week’s midweek ride. Meet at the Chiseldon Smokehouse ready for a 7.00pm start.

Midweek rides are usually around 15 miles / 2 hours long, and use sections of the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs. The rides are novice-friendly and no-one gets left behind.

You’ll need lights, a drink and a spare tube or repair kit. We may call in to the pub for a drink afterwards.

Midweek Ride 17th April

Wailun Chung leads this week’s Wednesday night ride. Meet at the Chiseldon Smokehouse (formerly the Patriots Arms) ready for a 7.00pm start.

The Midweek Rides use sections of the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs, and are usually around 15 miles / 2 hours long. The rides are novice-friendly and no-one gets left behind.

You’ll need lights, a drink and a spare tube or repair kit. Bring a bit of pocket money as we may call in to the pub at the end of the ride.

Midweek Ride 10th April

Steffan James will lead this week’s Wednesday night ride. Meet at the Patriots Arms in Chiseldon ready for a 7.00pm start.

Midweek rides venture onto the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs. They are usually about 15 miles / 2 hours long. Novice riders are welcome and no-one gets left behind.

You’ll need lights, a drink and a spare tube or repair kit. We may call in to the pub at the end of the ride.

Midweek Ride 3rd April

Wailun Chung leads the first of this Summer’s regular Midweek Rides. Meet at the Patriots Arms in Chiseldon ready for a 7.00pm start.

The Midweek Rides take us out of town and up onto the Ridgeway and the Marlborough Downs. A typical ride is about 15 miles long, taking about 2 hours to complete. The rides are relaxed, social affairs, and all are welcome to come along. No one gets left behind!

You’ll need lights, a drink and the usual spare tube or repair kit. Remember to pack a jacket as the temperature drops quickly once the sun sets.

We often call into the pub on the way home, so it’s great way to get to know people in the Club. Hope to see you there!