Sunday 2nd June 1:30pm, 25 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: 25 miles
  • Start time: 1.30 pm
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Cliff Bellis

Route: One short climb to Wittenham Clumps on a route going via Long Wittenham, Didcot, East Hagbourne and Blewbury for a tea stop at Savages garden centre, then back via Aston Upthorpe and South and North Moreton and Brightwell-cum-Sotwell.

Sunday 19th 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: 32 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: Uphill from Ewelme and then down the Stonor Valley and back up again to Turville Heath Barn. Down to Turville/Dibley, then back up to Xmas Common and down again from Swyncombe with a final small up and down to Wallingford.

Sunday 5th May 1:30pm, 29 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: 29 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: Probably a good chance of seeing lots of bluebells. Beginning uphill to Ipsden and Checkendon, then through some flatter sections of woodland to refreshments at the Herb Farm Cafe in Sonning Common. Returning via Stoke Row, Nuffield and Cookley Green.

Sunday 21st April 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: 32 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: Out through Benson and Ewelme to a climb of Swyncombe Hill, then a largely flat section past Park Corner and Nettlebed. Through Chiltern woodland to refreshments at the Herb Farm cafe at Sonning Common, and back through more woodland around Stoke Row and Ipsden on the return to Wallingford.

Sunday 7th April 1:30pm, 25 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: 25 miles
  • Start time: 1.30 pm
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Cliff Bellis

Route: A mostly flat ride of just over 25 miles, with one short climb, going via East Hagbourne, Didcot, and Sutton Courtenay to a tea stop in Abingdon. Then back via Clifton Hampden, Long Wittenham and Brightwell-cum-Sotwell.

Sunday 17th March 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: John Longworth

Route: Out via Chalgrove, the Haseleys and Tiddington to refreshments at Waterperry Gardens. Returning via Wheatley and Stadhampton.

CANCELLED – Sunday 3rd March 1:30pm, 25 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: 25 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 few climbs on a 25 mile route out through Benson to Roke, Berrick Salome, Chalgrove and Stadhampton for a tea stop at the Crazy Bear. Then back through Drayton Saint Leonard, Dorchester, Clifton Hampden, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell  to Wallingford. Lights may be needed by the end, or for your ride home.

Sunday 17th February 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: 32 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 and Ewelme to a climb of Swyncombe Hill, then a largely flat section past Park Corner and Nettlebed. Through Chiltern woodland to refreshments at the Herb Farm cafe at Sonning Common, and back through more woodland around Stoke Row and Ipsden on the return to Wallingford. Lights may be needed if it’s gloomy.

CANCELLED – Sunday 3rd February 1:30pm, 25 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: 25 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 few climbs on a 25 mile route out through Benson to Roke, Berrick Salome, Chalgrove and Stadhampton for a tea stop at the Crazy Bear. Then back through Drayton Saint Leonard, Dorchester, Clifton Hampden, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell  to Wallingford. Lights may be needed by the end, or for your ride home.

Sunday 20th January 9:30am, 30 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 miles
  • Start time: 9:30 am, nb morning ride
  • Start location: Wallingford Market Place
  • Ride time: Approx 3 hours including a tea stop
  • Ride leader: Peter Wood

Route: Out through Dorchester and Drayton to refreshments at Q Gardens at the top of Steventon Hill. Returning via Harwell, the Hagbournes and Cholsey (unless we need a short cut to avoid the final climb). Lights may be needed if it’s gloomy.