Four is a magic number on October 12th when Highcliffe lines up as the fourth official start location on our fourth Mass Ride! We present to you full details of our ride below.
The good people of Highcliffe have organised their own feeder rides to the previous three mass rides, but this time we recognise their efforts by featuring them on our poster and leaflets, and providing a Highcliffe route map, alongside those for the starts from Harestock/Weeke, Kings Worthy/Headbourne Worthy/Abbots Barton and Badger Farm/Stanmore, as well as the city centre loops.
We hope you can come and join us to make this fourth ride the best yet. Full details below.
Is anyone welcome to join the ride?
Yes! The route will be about 2-3 miles long and ridden at a very easy-pace! We welcome cyclists young and old; in fact anyone who has a roadworthy bike is welcome – just check brakes and tyres before setting off! The ride will take place on open roads, but there will be experienced cyclists marshalling the group for safety.
How do I sign up?
There’s no obligation to sign up in advance, but you can join our Facebook event here to keep up to date with news about the ride and to give us an idea of attendance. Please share the Facebook event with your friends; the more the merrier!
Where can I join the ride?
Rides will depart at 10:00 from the three locations listed below. Each will briefly stop 15 minutes later at a second pick-up location, before proceeding to the City Centre for two optional loops of the one-way system. Download full details here.
Route A: Kings Worthy (Springvale Road Tesco Express) at 10:00, with pick-up stop at Headbourne Worthy (top of Bedfield Lane).
Route B: Harestock (Prior’s Dean Road shops) at 10:00, with pick-up stop at Weeke (Stoney Lane/Stockbridge Road).
Route C: Badger Farm (opposite Sainsbury’s emergency exit on Meadow Way) at 10:00, with pick-up stop at Stanmore (Cromwell Road shops).
Route D: Highcliffe (All Saints church car park) at 10:00, with pick-up stop at The Screen cinema.