Cycling Now Instructors know the area very well and have been able to pick out some very nice rides along quite cycle paths and byways to interesting places. Our instructors have cycled all the routes many times ensuring there suitability for the Summer Cycling Club.
Roves Farm is a petting farm open to the public and welcome cyclists free of charge. The farm is set next to a young wood with cycle paths running in and around plantation.
We will leave from any one of the three starting points on Tuesday of the week’s club activities. We can travel on cycle paths and byways all the way to Roves Farm. Once there we can stop for an ice cream and a drink then come back varying the route of the return journey.
The lakes of South Cerney lies just north of Swindon with a network of cycle paths to gain the full benefit of the lakes.
We will leave from any one of the three starting points on Tuesday or Thursday of the week’s club activities. We will travel along cycle paths and quite roads. We can stop for lunch are the lakes and then have a round robin of the lakes and then return to our starting point.
The North Wessex Downs is the wild on Swindon’s doorstep. The Downs has miles of bridleways and byway for walkers, horse riders and cyclists. The Downs has the Ridge Way, the longest ancient highway in the UK, is on its southern borders and crosses through Barbury Castle,
To be able to attend this ride the group will have to complete our Mountain Bike courses at Croft MTB Track. We will leave from any one of the three starting points on Friday of the week’s club activities. Cycle over to Coate Water before making the climb up to Barbury Castle. At the castle we will have lunch and practice some of the skills learnt the day before. Then head back down to Swindon and our start points.