just chilling out on the bike :)
AAA went cycling.
April 30, 2023
May 1, 2022
Starting at Ryde Pier and then to the first checkpoint at Wootton, here is the complete Isle of Wight Randonnee route for road bikes (so no gravel sections on this route). The randonnee is a fantastic event, non competitive and the volunteers at the checkpoints are all stars! The route is permanently… read more
AAA went for a bike ride.
February 26, 2021
this is a great ride - from Portsdown Hill and Monument Lane, head down into North Boarhunt (cut through a farmers field so watch out for tractors and the smell of muck!) and up Trampers Lane to get into the Forest of Bere. Enjoy the woods and bike trails (coffee stop too!) then pick up the pace and… read more
AAA went gravel riding.
July 20, 2020
The good old two castles and a warrior loop but this time with an excursion to the Hayling Island ferry crossing and using the Hilsea Ramparts trails too :) outline of portsea island!
July 13, 2020
Took the easy route this time from Portchester Castle for a seaside espresso and ice-cream in Hayling Island ;) ****New section**** using the Hilsea Ramparts trail across the top of Portsea Island (Portsmouth) which is a really nice area to bike through and links you between Hilsea Lido (bike/cycle paths… read more
July 7, 2020
This 'tour' is more about having fun around Emsworth and Langstone Harbours rather than a hard pedal! Route takes you from Portsdown Hill right down to sea level and uses 'national cycle way 2' to link you from Havant (at the start of the Hayling Billy trail - East Street) down to Nutbourne. You are… read more
July 6, 2020
July 5, 2020
AAA planned a gravel ride.
July 4, 2020
July 3, 2020
Hopefully your ride isn't as windy as mine today! Route takes in Portchester and Southsea Castles, HMS Warrior and takes the coastal path to the 'people's memorial' before heading off portsea island via Farlington marshes- several links to other cycle routes along the way. Enjoy :)