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Quite Interesting 2023 edition - 16 July (Sunday ride)

Ride leader Ross says:


If you love London, you’ll love this ride.   And it’s a dream for trivia aficionados.  We’ll spend a very pleasant few hours on a summer’s Sunday morning pedalling our way around our great capital city seeking out some of the curiosities and interesting things that can be spotted if you know where to look.  Along the way we’ll meet a pioneering African, a martyred Archbishop, a cow in Chelsea and a selection of other London oddities.   All in all, it’ll be a Quite Interesting ride.


Like all our Sunday London rides we’ll travel at a leisurely, social pace, so the ride is suitable for everyone and everyone is welcome.  On any bike you like.  We’ll use quiet roads where we can, although it's not always possible to avoid traffic altogether in central London. Even on a Sunday morning.


The route is around 15 miles, and will finish at a cafe in Bloomsbury. I expect us to be there around 1.30pm, give or take. 


We'll meet a a West End location at 9.30am, leaving shortly after. There'll be a quick comfort break part way round, but it's best if you use the facilities in one of the parks (20p) or a mainline station (free) before you rock up to the start. 

Registration is now closed as the ride is full

Ride report can be found here

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