London to Cambridge Bike Ride

Discussion in 'UK and Europe' started by ShopperBike, Jul 20, 2005.

  1. ShopperBike

    ShopperBike New Member

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    Anyone riding this on Sunday?
     
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  2. penguinonabike

    penguinonabike New Member

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    I sadly missed this ride this year but will be doing it next that is for sure...

    might even be riding to cambridge on my own one weekend soon too lol....

    such a nice ride too pretty gentle..

    I missed all of em this year I love the london to brighton one tho but my fave is the southend one... all those hills going down... mind you .. ya got to go up some first ...
     
  3. matt23

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    I either did the London to Cambridge or London to Oxford because I had to work. Can't remember which I did, but I know on the one I didn't do that it rained!

    L2B last year was fab! The sun was so hot! Not ideal weather to ride in I know, but we're in winter now and I can't wait till summer!
    :)
     
  4. ian222

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    Anybody doing it this year (2006)?
     
  5. matt23

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    I'll be there. :)

    Waiting for my L2B app to arrive at the mo'!
     
  6. ian222

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    How many miles is the London to Cambridge?


    Is it Hilly?

    Tell me about it?
     
  7. penguinonabike

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    ok one hill at the begining and it is a long easy climb.. then flat all the way.. even out of shape riders can do this ride with no trouble.. plenty of stops along the way..

    50 miles i think it is..
     
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