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We offer a wide variety of rides throughout the year with the length and pace adjusted to take account of the seasonal changes to the trails. Our regular monthly Open Rides take place on the dates below, with details of location and leader posted separately on the website home page as we go through the year. Monthly Open Rides give members a fixed calendar of rides for 2015 in addition to the rides posted in the Local and Away Rides sections of the Forum and on our Facebook page. They are the only rides open to prospective members to come and try out the club before joining. All dates are Sundays unless otherwise stated:

26th April

17th May

28th June led by Gary Collet

16th August

20th September led by David Wale

18th October

15th November led by Simon North

Saturday, 19th December led by the new captain

Members Rides: individual members post their favourite rides on Facebook and the Forum for Summit members to join and ride. The majority are based in the Chilterns and are held on either Saturday or Sunday morning, typically between 2 and 3 hours depending on the season and are normally at a moderate pace, with plenty of regrouping. Additionally, there are usually one or two night rides each week from fixed locations in Seer Green and Downley. Members also organise away rides at locations such as Swinley Forest, the North Downs and occasionally south or north Wales trail centres plusclassic ride locations such as the Quantocks.

Social Rides: new this year are monthly social rides on Saturday mornings to coincide with our Go Ride children's sessions. We meet at 10.00 at Lotts Wood, near Hyde Heath and ride at a steady pace into Amersham for a coffee, before riding back to the start for 12.00 midday.

Jan19 Lee & Wendover GUC

Captain's Ride

Jan 19th -  Meet at 9:15 for a 9:30 start

As the planned Sunday Ride was cancelled last week there will be a Club ride from the Cock And Rabbit HP16 9LZ at The Lee and will aim to keep on dry tracks getting down to the Grand Union Canal at Tring and then along the whole length of the Wendover Arm of the canal, a strip of nature reserve as the canal  was never finished then  back up to The Lee via Wendover Hogtrough. This ride is about 18 miles long and the going will be easy as most of it is flat.

Weather forecast looks dry for Sunday

So there is no excuse for not getting out and stretching those legs.

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