A spin though some Hertfordshire lanes, a bit of Bedfordshire and some Cheeky Chiltern climbs towards the end make this an ideal way to spend a Bank Holiday Monday. Mainly quiet lanes, a very traffic free route around the houses, skirting Hatfield, Knebworth and Woburn, a visit to Ireland, Stonehenge Works, a narrow gauge railway and a branch of the Natural History Museum.......it's all Routes and Culture! Loadsa lanes, brilliant B-Roads, classic climbs and wonderful wildlife await the riders on this Southern Safari beyond the M25. Mainly 'Rolling' but 'Rocking' up a couple of Cheeky Chiltern Climbs towards the end.

100KM Get Up Offta That Tring

Dance on the pedals out to Tring then back along the lanes via Chesham and Amersham. Take in the lanes, fields, farms and everything funky that's associated with them. As James Brown would have said............. Get up Offta that Tring Heading out north past the Colne Valley up through lanes and great descents before rounding Hemel and heading for Ivinghoe ....prequeling the headlining, but momentary, zip through Tring. Past the Natural History Museum and then up into the fabled Chiltern highs which usher in the blast home. A last couple of brief 'out of the saddle' moments near Harefield and then the breeze back to leafy Ruislip..... just like a Bank Holiday Monday ride should be!

At a Glance
  • 06 May 2019 8:00am
  • Tickets On Sale
  • Herts So Good (203km) & Get Up Offta That Tring (106km)Herts So Good (203km) & Get Up Offta That Tring (106km)Ruislip, London, UK
  • Up to 203 km (126 miles)
  • From 9.00 GBP
  • 300 Riders