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Before you enter Club Peloton Spring Ride - Hertfordshire
Welcome to the registration page for the Club Peloton Spring Ride - Hertfordshire.
A lovely fully supported 85km ride in the quiet Hertfordshire countryside, sharing the experience with your fellow industry and cycling colleagues. You'll have bacon sandwiches, coffee & cake and a hearty lunch included too!
Not only a great day out, but the perfect training opportunity for those taking part in the Legal & General Real Assets pedElle 2018.
Full payment is taken on registration but a full refund minus a £20 non-refundable deposit is available until 01/03/18.
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About Club Peloton Spring Ride - Hertfordshire
- Lead car
- Mechanical back-up (labour only)
- Ride Captains
- Breakfast, coffee & cake stop, and a hearty lunch
- Snacks & water whilst on the road
- Mechanical Spares
- Alcohol & soft drinks
Mayfield Farm Bakery, Sheering Road, Harlow, CM17 0JP.
- Breakfast from 7:30
- Depart Mayfield Farm at 8:30
- Coffee & cake at approx 11:00
- Finish and lunch at 14:00
Sawbridgeworth is the nearest train station, just 7 minutes (2.1 miles) up the road on your bike.
Here are the train options:
- London Liverpool Street at 6:28, calling at Tottenham Hale at 6:40 (arriving at 7:18)
We will be leaving and returning to Mayfield Farm. The route is circa 90km (56 miles) making our way through the quiet country roads of Hertfordshire on what will hopefully be a lovely spring day, stopping for coffee & cake before returning back with plenty of time to relax, have lunch and get home before the rush hour. We’ll be travelling at around 25km/h as a peloton, however, there will be specfic climbs/sections on route that can be taken at your own pace. Ride captains will be there to support and manage you on the road, and stronger riders can top and drop to help out.