Another Brand Spanker this Sunday (10th March) with a new route and cafe stop ….. it’s the Chesh of Drawers Route unveiled! Make sure you’re part of the West London Cycling Sunday Rides

We think we’ve found a gem of a cafe and have built a new route especially to visit it. The owner has agreed to open an hour early for us and we should thank local cycling legend Tony Flynn for telling us about it.

So, a new cafe stop, a new route and, we thnk, a brilliant and quirky setting … let’s make it worth the staff’s while getting up an hour early; make sure you ride the new Chesh of Drawers ride on Sunday 10th March (9am start at the the Polish War Memorial – A40 Ruislip / Northolt). Cafe stop; The Drawing Room in Chesham (a new stop).

OPTION ONE: Chesh of Drawers 70km

OPTION TWO: Chesh of Drawers Tallboy Edition 73km

You can choose your route on the day, and which group you ride in. We generally have several groups on the road, depending on how many people are riding, so it’s flexible and tailored to riders’ needs. The slowest group will generally wait for the slowest rider (or split into sub groups) but you should be able to manage 30kph on flat stretches with an average speed of around 22kph over the distance. Faster groups will be more speedy of course.

Just turn up at 9am at the Polish War Memorial (A40 Ruislip / Northolt) with the route downloaded on your device. To get the route you need to sign up (free – see button above to subscribe) and then you’ll have access to our routes via the members’ zone tab above (choose routes and rides).

As noted above, we decide on the day as to how many groups we split into, it really depends on who turns up. The faster groups will usually do the longer of the two options with the aim of us all reaching coffee stops at similar times

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