Bike Ride & Beer in the Chilterns

Brewery-RideWhy not venture out for a bike ride for the New Year on a Brewery Ride organised by Cycle Chilterns, a cycle tourism project run by CTC – the national cycling charity and the Chilterns Conservation Board?  They are organising a series of free rides which will take place at breweries across the Chiltern Hills.

The date for the Henley bike ride is Saturday 15th February 2014 from and to  Lovibonds Brewery in Greys Road car park.

The road route of around 15 – 20 miles is suitable for a range of abilities and an easy to follow route card will be available. There’ll also be suggested extensions for riders wanting a slightly harder route or riders can simply make up their own. The Cycle Chilterns team will be at the ride start point on the morning of the ride to hand out the beer tokens to then be redeemed for a free pint at the brewery.

“The Chilterns offer an incredible variety of riding just half an hour from London and all of these rides start within one mile of a train station so they’re really easy to get to. On a cold winter’s day having a reason to ride can often make the difference between jumping on your bike or staying on the sofa, so we hope the added incentive of a free pint of seasonal real ale will be a nice reward for those that brave the weather,” says Project Manager for Cycle Chilterns, Sara Randle.

Full details, routes, maps and gpx downloads for The Brewery Rides are available on or find us on Facebook /CycleChilterns and Twitter @CycleChilterns.

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