Bike Ride: Having a Ball!

Davenports Farm Shop & Tea Rooms
29th April 2014

This is a scenic ride along the River Weaver and a visit to Dutton Locks. Then we cross the river and meander along the other bank of the river before pedalling down some pretty country roads and farm tracks. We pass a farm that looks straight out of the 'Darling Buds of May'! The route is quiet with very few cars and would be ideal for a rider who has done some easy 5 mile rides and wants to stretch themselves a little further.

This is the perfect route for Spring, and anyone who enjoyed the 'Pear Tree Pedal' will love this!

Tea and cakes will be served at the delightful, award-winning and world-renowned Davenport's Tearoom.

Cycling time: 120 min

Ride distance: 12 miles

Suitable for: Women & Children

Ride level: Steady

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Location:

Davenports Farm Shop & Tea Rooms
Warrington Road
Bartington
Northwich
Cheshire
CW8 4QU

WWW: www.goskyride.com

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