Bill has managed to secure a few free tickets to the Pig’s Ear Beer Festival (usually £5) and Steve will be leading a ride there and back.
We can take a maximum of 12 people on this ride, so please email us to reserve your space.
Obviously this is a ‘ride at your own risk’ event and we ask everyone to be sensible!
Departing from the View Tube at 12.00 and returning from the Round Chapel at 3pm.
2nd brewery tour ride of the year.
Booking is required.
Depart 12 noon from View tube
Distance 20 miles
Planned stops – Wild Card, Forest Road Brewery, Truman’s
Forecast – Sunny intervals 16C Max
Timing – riding 3hrs + 3 x 20min stops = 4 hrs, returning to start at 4pm (or at least that’s the plan!)
Note: This ride is taking the route of the previous ride counterclockwise so there is a longer distance before the first stop.
Please drink responsibly, especially as there is some canalside riding. You are taking part in this ride at your own risk!!
Photo credit: Robin Stephenson
22 mile ride around the breweries of East London. 3-4 stops along the way! We have added some new breweries to the tour & pick up a couple we missed last time! (22 if we can fit in!)
have tried to keep off road as much as possible and take in canals towpaths & cycle paths but will have to use busy roads at times. Will have a few ‘sample stops’ & time to eat also at breweries that provide -bring lunch if you prefer.
Details: over 18’s only -meet outside common cafe on greenway for 12 noon start, but numbers are restricted, so please book your place:
Password is Beer2017
Thanks to Robin Stephenson for the photo from last year’s ride!
Bike Nation – How Cycling Can Save the World
Guardian writer Peter Walker is launching his new book at our very own Wanstead Tap.
Buy tickets here – just £5. Copies of the book will be available on the night from Newham Bookshop.
Some of you may have seen this in the latest issue of London Cyclist. Â Details TBC