- Breeze Around Lee Valley Regional Park
- Lee Valley White Water Centre
- Station Road
- Thursday, 06 April 2017
- 17:00 - 18:30
Breeze Around Lee Valley Regional Park
Come and join us for an easy paced cycle round the beautiful Lee Valley Regional Park.
Build up your confidence on your bike on a friendly ride led by volunteer Breeze champions who will do their utmost to ensure you have an enjoyable ride.
So that the ride goes smoothly, please check your bike over before you set out and pump your tyres up to the recommended pressure. It's a good idea to get in the habit of doing a quick check before every ride!
We will be going at a pace that's comfortable for everyone, so no one will get left behind and there will be a Breeze champion at the front and back of the group.
We will go through some guidelines before we start, but the important basics are to take responsibility for yourself, look out for and support other riders and enjoy a good chat in the great British outdoors!
Please make sure you bring the following with you:
If you need to fix a puncture the leaders will help with this but you will need to bring the kit to fix it!
Please wear comfortable clothing and footwear suitable for cycling and changes in the weather (layers are good)
Please bring a helmet, water and maybe a snack for the route
Please make sure your bike has lights if there is any chance of poor visibility
Please make sure you let one of the Breeze champions know of any medical conditions or other circumstances that they might need to be aware of before the ride
By train: The nearest stations are Waltham Cross or Cheshunt (18 minute walk)
By bus: The 211, 212, 213, 240, 250, 251 buses all stop on Station Road
By car: Lee Valley White Water Centre is located off junction 26 of the M25. Follow the A121 towards Waltham Abbey. Continue forward over each roundabout. At T-junction (facing Royal Gunpowder Mills) turn left towards Waltham Cross along Highbridge Street. The entrance to the Centre is after approximately 100m on the right.
To sign up for this ride, please click on the button below and follow the instructions on the British Cycling page