Tuesday 23rd April 2019 6:45pm
Starting from - S33 0AQ, S33 0AQ
S33 0AQ Meet us in the car park at Fairholmes Visitor Centre Bamford for a beautiful 20 mile ride along pine tree lined tarmac roads following the contour of Derwent Dam to the Kings Tree, and then onto good tracks and paths to the area known as a slippery stones, over the old bridge, and around the far side of the dams and through the woodland where we can hopefully get some beautiful photographs of the bluebells. This route is ideal for riders who are happy on all types of terrain and would like to ride in peaceful surroundings with like minded ladies. We will take it steady, enjoying the scenery and wildlife along the way, and as with all Breeze rides, we ride to the pace of the slowest rider in a sociable group so nobody will be left behind. The bluebells are beautiful in the woods at this time of year - here is a ride to make the most of them Using mostly tracks and paths with a tarmac section at one side of the dams as we leave the visitor centre.
Toilets available at the visitor centre
Please bring along the means to repair a puncture, and as always, please wear a helmet.