Sunday 15th May 2022 2:00pm

Starting from - We'll meet on the green at Queens Park, near the duck pond (opposite the old hot house), SN1 2JP

  • 6.5 miles
  • Mountain Bike, Hybrid (off road tyres), Hybrid (road tyres)
  • 2 hr 30 mins
  • Easygoing
  • Swindon
  • Children aged 5-15*

Starting point


From Queens Park we'll head towards Coate Water via the quiet, leafy streets of Old Walcot and traffic-free cycle path alongside Queens Drive. Richard Jefferies Museum is a hidden gem here and we'll stop to enjoy part of their Lazy Summer Sunday live music and refreshments. Stay here or join us for a loop around Coate Water, Broome Manor and the Lawns, heading back to Queens Park to catch the end of some more live music from Sweet Nightingale at the bandstand.

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Join us for an afternoon of entertainment by bike! Starting from Queens Park we'll follow quiet roads and cycle paths to Richard Jefferies Museum to enjoy a scone and live music at the Lazy Summer Sunday event. Stay here or join us looping round Coate Water back through the Lawns to enjoy some live music at the Queens Park Bandstand courtesy of Sweet Nightingale.

This is a social ride following mainly traffic-free cycle paths and quiet residential roads.

We'll stop to enjoy a scone and some live music from Bob Bowles at Richard Jefferies Museum, a real hidden gem in Swindon.

Helmets are compulsory for under 16's.

First-timers welcome!


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