Short Leisurely Bike Ride to Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park

Sat Apr 27 2024 at 10:00 am to 01:30 pm

Brook Green | London

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Short Leisurely Bike Ride to Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park
This is an easy-going ride for beginners, less confident riders, families with children or if you just want to have a slow leisure ride.
About this Event

Meet from 9:50 am for a 10 am departure from Brook Green W6 7BD, beside the tennis courts.

The Isabella Plantation is a 40-acre woodland garden set within a Victorian woodland plantation planted in the 1830's. First opened to the public in 1953, it is best known for its evergreen azaleas, which line the ponds and streams and at their peak of flower in late April and early May.

This is an easy social bike ride of about 15 miles. We will be riding at a leisurely slow pace, approximately 5-7 m/h. Great for any fitness level. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels. We will visit Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park. Please bring a bike lock. We will lock our bikes outside Isabella Plantation.

We expect to be back at Brook Green at about 13:30 pm.

Ride Leader: Lorne; Route:

F ilm & Photography Consent

We take pictures during the ride. If you are coming to the ride you consent to your photographs being used to promote HFC’s aims and work. To opt out please speak to a ride marshal on the day.

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As part of our agreed fundraising, if you wish to donate a Pound or more on this ride, please bring along a £1 coin or cash as required.

If you sign up for this ride and find out that you are unable to come, text 07505 005689 to let us know.

This ride is being put on by Hammersmith & Fulham Cycling which is part of the London Cycling Campaign.

We may contact you after the ride to ask you about your experiences and will let you know more ways to sign up for information from the London Cycling Campaign.

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Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Brook Green, Brook Green, London, United Kingdom


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