Bike Ride: Rudheath to Jodrell Bank Loop

Rudheath Leisure Centre
10th August 2014

You don’t have to be the next Bradley Wiggins, but you’ll need to know your way around a bike and be fairly fit to take part in our Challenging rides.

If you’re comfortable riding with other people and fancy a fresh challenge, these rides are perfect for you. They start at around twenty miles long, and are paced at between 11 and 12 miles an hour. A mostly flat route of 27 miles through the leafy Cheshire lanes with a cafe stop at the world famous Jodrell Bank. A great route for those wanting to stretch their legs that bit further.

Cycling time: 150 min

Ride distance: 27 miles

Suitable for: 11+ (children 11-15 with adult)

Ride level: Steady

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Location:

Rudheath Leisure Centre
Shipbrook Road
Rudheath
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 7EL

WWW: www.goskyride.com

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Please Note: The information regarding this event was correct at the date of publication. Whilst we strive to keep our information up to date, this information can change without notice. Please check with the event before attending.

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