Saturday 6th January 2018 9:30am

Starting from - Why is the River Quaggy like an SE London social cycling group? Because unless you look in three boroughs, you won't find all of it. If you don't believe us, meet us at Cutty Sark Gardens by the entrance to the Greenwich Foot Tunnel and we will prove it to you. Anyone who cycles in Southwark is a Cyclist in Southwark – you don’t have to be a member of Cycling UK, SE10 9HT

  • 15.9 miles
  • All bike types
  • 2 hr 45 mins
  • Steady
  • Greenwich
  • Children aged 8-15*, Children aged 11-15*, Adults 16+ only, Children aged 5-15*

Starting point

SE10 9DR

For our first ride of 2018, we will be tracing the course of the River Quaggy from its source, under a tower block in central Lewisham, though Kidbrook and Eltham, out to Chinbrook Meadows, where it is fed from the upper reaches of the river in Bromley. On this occasion we won't be venturing into deepest Bromley, as this is just a taster ride for our much anticipated ride to source of the Quaggy.

This ride will take us to a park we haven't visited before on our parks rides - Horn Park. On our way back we go to the Well Hall Pleasaunce for our coffee stop and then return thought Kidbrook and Blackheath to Cutty Sark Gardens.

Ride Leader: Nigel Bee (tel 07415 315 690, email [email protected] ).

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