Sunday 19th May 2024 10:15am

Starting from - We will be starting from our usual start location: Upton Court Park, Slough.
Outside changing room in main car park.

Please ensure you arrive on time.
Cycle pumps, puncture repair kits, lights and drinking fluids are advisable.
Cycle helmets are required for this ride and all other BBCG rides, as participants safety is ALWAYS paramount.
Please dress for weather conditions on the morning of the ride.
Money/cards are required to purchase refreshments at refreshment stop.
Average speed of group ride is approximately 8/10mph ( All timings are estimates and are dependant on weather and surface conditions/ abilities of participants present on the day of the ride and length of time spent at refreshment stop could also affect timings.
First timers are especially welcome.

If you have booked a place on this ride and are unable to attend, please ensure that you remove your name from the register! This in order to gives others a chance to participate in the ride, if you are unable to do so.
Many thanks.

, SL3 7LU

This BBCG (Berkshire & Buckinghamshire Cycling Group) ride is open for anyone to join

  • 23.8 miles
  • Mountain Bike, Hybrid (off road tyres), Hybrid (road tyres), Road, eBike
  • 4 hr
  • Steady
  • Slough
  • Children aged 8-15*, Children aged 11-15*, Adults 16+ only, Children aged 5-15*

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.

Starting point


Travelling through Eton, Windsor using quiet roads, cycle ways and Gravel path through Stag Meadow. This ride Has some moderate climbs, which many of us would have done before, if you are new to this route, we always wait for at the top climbs.
We will be stopping at Clarras (new cafe situated next to polo club) for break/refreshement.
The return leg will see us head down Crimp Hill, to Runneymeade, then to Staines using Thames Path (route I'd subject to change, dependant on Surface conditions, on the morning of the ride), from Staines we head through Wraysbury and Datchet before making our way back to the start location.
*Due to the off road sections this ride is not suitable for those with road bikes, with little or no tread on the tyres*.

Who else is on this ride?

Ride leaders

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  • Ride Leader

    Ride Leader
  • Community Groups Volunteer

    Community Groups Volunteer

Ian Wiles



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