Sunday 19th August 1:30pm, 35 mile road ride

3 Star road ride – quicker pace. Suitable for experienced riders, may be hilly, long, quick, or any combination!

    • Average speed: 12–14 mph
    • Distance: 35 miles
  • Start time: 1:30 pm
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3.5 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Peter Wood

Route: Up Nuffield Hill, past Park Corner and down Pishill to the Barn at Turville. Return down Watlington Hill then through Lewknor, Stoke Talmage, Chalgrove, and Ewelme.

Sunday 5th August 1:30pm, 22 mile road ride

2 Star road ride – steady pace, with some climbs. Suitable for regular riders who prefer a more relaxed pace.

  • Average speed: 10–12 mph
  • Distance: 22 miles
  • Start time: 1.30 pm
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Patrick Hardiman

Route: Out through Benson, Cuxham and Chalgrove to Dorchester Abbey Tea Rooms. Returning via Shillingford.

Saturday 28th July 10:30am, 53 mile road ride

3 Star road ride – quicker pace. Suitable for experienced riders, may be hilly, long, quick, or any combination!

  • Average speed: 12–14 mph
  • Distance: 53 miles
  • Start time: 10:30 am (nb, morning start)
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 5 hours including a lunch stop
  • Ride leader: Patrick Hardiman

Route: A day ride paying homage to last year’s Tour of Britain, including the category 3 Brill Hill (easier than it sounds) and the unofficial Col de Beckley. We’ll ride through Chalgrove and the Haseleys to lunch in Long Crendon. After a pause in Brill to admire the windmill, we’ll return via Stanton St John, Wheatley, and Stadhampton.

Sunday 15th July 10:00am, 30-ish mile road ride

3 Star road ride – quicker pace. Suitable for experienced riders, may be hilly, long, quick, or any combination!

  • Average speed: 12–14 mph
  • Distance: 30-ish miles
  • Start time: 10:00 am (nb, morning start)
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Chris Leftley

Route: Out through Chalgrove, Little Milton and Cuddesdon to tea at Crazy Bear Farm Shop in Stadhampton. Returning via Drayton St Leonard, Dorchester and Shillingford.

Sunday 1st July 1:30pm, 22 mile road ride

2 Star road ride – steady pace, with some climbs. Suitable for regular riders who prefer a more relaxed pace.

  • Average speed: 10–12 mph
  • Distance: 22 miles
  • Start time: 1.30 pm
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Peter Wood

Route: Out through Ewelme and Ipsden to Goring Chocolate Café. Return through South Stoke, North Stoke and Mongewell. Includes a few short-ish climbs and a brief section of off-road track.

Sunday 17th June 1:30pm, 34 mile road ride

3 Star road ride – quicker pace. Suitable for experienced riders, may be hilly, long, quick, or any combination!

  • Average speed: 12–14 mph
  • Distance: 34 miles
  • Start time: 1:30 pm
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3.5 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Patrick Hardiman

Route (updated): Out through Cuxham, Clare Hill and Chalgrove to a tea stop at the Crazy Bear. Returning via Chiselhampton, Clifton Hampden and Cholsey.

Sunday 3rd June 1:30pm, 26 mile road ride

2 Star road ride – steady pace, with some climbs. Suitable for regular riders who prefer a more relaxed pace.

  • Average speed: 10–12 mph
  • Distance: 26 miles
  • Start time: 1.30 pm
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3.5 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Cliff Bellis

Route: A mainly flat ride with a few gentle inclines through South Moreton, Didcot, East and West Hagbourne to Blewbury for a tea stop at Savages café. Then to Aston Tirrold, South Moreton (again), Sires Hill, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell and back to Wallingford.

Friday 25th April 9:30am, 40 mile road ride

3 Star road ride – quicker pace. Suitable for experienced riders, may be hilly, long, quick, or any combination!

  • Average speed: 12–14 mph
  • Distance: 40 miles
  • Start time: 9:30 am (leaving at 10:00 am)
  • Start location: Rides on Air Cafe, Wallingford
  • Ride time: Approx 4 hours including a refreshment stop
  • Ride leader: Steve Ellwood

Route: Meet in café for a 10:00 am departure. Out via Checkendon, Stoke Row, Bix, and Henley with refreshments at Warren Row bike cafe. Return via Harpsden, Sonning Common, Stoke Row and Crowmarsh.

Sunday 20th May 1:30pm, 32 mile road ride

3 Star road ride – quicker pace. Suitable for experienced riders, may be hilly, long, quick, or any combination!

  • Average speed: 12–14 mph
  • Distance: 33 miles
  • Start time: 1:30 pm
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3.5 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Patrick Hardiman

Route: Through Chiltern woodlands, out via Ewelme, Nettlebed and Highmoor to refreshments at the Herb Farm Café in Sonning Common. Returning through Stoke Row and Ipsden, possibly seeing some late bluebells.

Friday 11th May 9:30am, 35 mile road ride

3 Star road ride – quicker pace. Suitable for experienced riders, may be hilly, long, quick, or any combination!

  • Average speed: 12–14 mph
  • Distance: c. 35 miles
  • Start time: 9:30 am (leaving at 10:00 am)
  • Start location: Rides on Air Cafe, Wallingford
  • Ride time: Approx 3.5 hours including a refreshment stop
  • Ride leader: John Longworth

Route: Meet in café for a 10:00 am departure. Out via Chalgrove, the Haseleys and Tiddington to refreshments at Waterperry Gardens. Returning via Wheatley and Stadhampton.