Short rides. Long rides. Charity rides. Fun rides. Just for the hell of it rides.

Routes

Below are a collection of the rides we make and would like to share. Some have been cycled during organised charity rides others just through our own planning. There is no guarantee with our routes. We love cycling and wanted to document and share.

The category ratings as per mapmyride* must be at least 500 meters in length with an average grade of 3% or more* with a climb score ranging between 5 through to HC. 5 is the easiest and HC is the hardest.

Farnham Station – Uckfield Station

Country: United Kingdom
Distance: 94km
Hills: TBC
Rating: Intermediate Cyclist
Starting location: Farnham Station
End location: Uckfield Station
Map: Contact us for details
Traffic:moderate to heavy – Depending on the day
Notes: coming soon...

Farnham – New Alresford

Country: United Kingdom
Distance: 104km
Hills: 5 category 5
Rating: Intermediate Cyclist
Starting location: Residential Road
End location: As per Starting location
Map: Contact us for details
Traffic: Light to moderate – Depending on the day
Notes: With over 1000m of ascending this is a good ride to get the legs warm. Leaving Farnham's busy market town you quickly settle down to the quiet country lanes and rolling hills of the Surrey Hampshire borders. The route mainly covers country lanes and B roads. Would be great for group as well as individual rides. This circular route takes you down and past some of UK's watercress producers.

Le Bourg-d'Oisans – Vénosc

Country: France
Distance: 32km
Hills: 1 category 2 and 1 category 5
Rating: Intermediate/Expert Cyclist
Starting location: Car Park (there are plenty to chose from) starts on D1091
End location: As per Starting location
Map: Contact us for details
Traffic: Light to moderate – Depending on the season
Notes: One long climb (well two). It is a great ride and highly recommended. This is a brilliant warm up ride to then riding Le Boug d'Oisans to Les Deux Alpes. Taking a break in the Vénosc village to grab some food, drink or as many cyclist do - the natural free refreshing water fountains to refill your drinks bottles from.

Le Bourg-d'Oisans – Les Deux Alpes

Country: France
Distance: 24km
Hills: 1 category 1 and 1 category 4
Rating: Intermediate/Expert Cyclist
Starting location: Car Park (there are plenty to chose from) starts on D1091
End location: As per Starting location
Map: Contact us for details
Traffic: Light to moderate – Depending on the season
Notes: Warm up needed. Essentially the views are out of this world, but as long as you keep a good rhythm you shall be at the top before you know. Highly recommended to any keen cyclist!

Farnham (station) – Hinton Ampner

Country: United Kingdom
Distance: 131km
Hills: 3 category 5 climbs
Rating: Intermediate Cyclist
Starting location: Farnham Station
End location: As per Starting location
Map: Contact us for details
Traffic: Light to moderate
Notes: Hinton Ampner Arms Public House for lunch break. This route leaves the busy market town of Farnham and takes you through to Overton via lovely locations such as North Waltham The Fox Country Pub & Restaurant (near here there is a lovely Public House to stop at). With a few fast roads to cross this is a great long route to explore the Surrey Hampshire area. This is a rolling to hilly route with not many flats.

Farnham – Swarraton

Country: United Kingdom
Distance: 77km
Hills: 3 category 5 climbs
Rating: Intermediate Cyclist
Starting location: Residental Road (or pub near by)
End location: As per Starting location
Map: Contact us for details
Traffic: Light (it was a Sunday)
Notes: You pass an old style red phone box filled with books – I guess if you want to stop for a read?

Old A3 Loop

Country: United Kingdom
Distance: 50km
Hills: 1 Long Climb, some short sharp bits & a few get out of the saddle moments
Rating: Intermediate Cyclist
Starting location: Residental Road (or pub near by)
End location: As per Starting location
Map: Contact us for details
Traffic: Moderate
Notes: Not suitable for a Tri or Road bike, but a Touring, Hybrid, Mountain bike etc would cope. The route takes you along and up to the Hindhead Lights, which is now two small round-a-bouts. The A3 used to run through here before the completion of the tunnel. The Old A3 is now a foot and cycle path which runs through the beautiful Devils Punch Bowl area National Trust place of interest and beauty.

Midhurst Loop

Country: United Kingdom
Distance: 50km
Hills: 1 Climb & a few get out of the saddle moments
Rating: Intermediate Cyclist
Starting location: Residental Road (or pub near by)
End location: As per Starting location
Map: Contact us for details
Traffic: Mostly light
Notes: Perfect for a Sunday morning ride. Great for 2+ riders.

These routes have no guarantee, we simply wanted to share our Local Bike Routes and give you a chance to explore

 

 

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