Tag Archives: cycling

Great North Way ride; Hadley Wood to Welwyn Garden City

The final ride of our WGC centenary season.  We take the train to Hadley Wood (time to be confirmed) starting our ride at approximately 11:00 from Hadley Wood station.  We then follow the Great North Way (national cycle route 12) north via South Mimms, Welham Green, Old Hatfield and Mill Green, ending our ride at… Read More »

Ebenezer Howard Ride: Letchworth to Welwyn Garden City

Celebrating the WGC Centenary by riding between the two garden cities. We start with a train journey to Letchworth station (times to be confirmed), the actual ride departing at around 11:00am.  Largely following the Great North Way, we will stop for lunch in Old Stevenage and then continue on to Welwyn Garden City via Old… Read More »

Wheathampstead Village Day via the Ayot Greenway

A family friendly ride to the Wheathampstead Village Day with its carnival parade and fun fair. Please arrive at Campus West, Welwyn Garden City, at 10:45 for an 11:00 departure. We will ride via Sherrardspark Wood and the Ayot Greenway to Wheathampstead for lunch enabling you to find a place to view the carnival floats… Read More »

Alban Way: Comet 70th Anniversary

A family ride as part of the de Havilland Comet 70th anniversary week. Starting from Wrestler’s Bridge, Great North Road, Hatfield, AL9 5DA (free parking) at 10:45 to sign in, departing 11:00 and also picking up at Nast Hyde Halt, Ellenbrook Lane, Hatfield, AL10 9NS.    We will then ride along the Alban Way towards St… Read More »

A Highland Fling to Scott’s Grotto

Our first ride of the 2018 summer season.  Leaving Hatfield town centre at 11:00, we will ride via the Alban Way, Mill Green to the Cole Green Way. Riders from Welwyn Garden City can join us here at 11:30.  We then cycle on to Hertford and  past the New River (not new and not a… Read More »

Ride – Emily’s Tea Shop

This month we are returning to Emily’s Tea Shop. We will depart from Campus West car park in Welwyn Garden City at 11am and ride approximately eight miles to Whitwell. The route follows quiet lanes and some unsurfaced bridleways which could be muddy if it has been raining. If you have a mountain bike you… Read More »

Welwyn Street Market 2017

Welwyn Street Market heralds the opening of the Welwyn Festival.  Church Street is closed an thronged with people.   A good chance to meet residents in a town cut off from the local cycle network by the A1(M).   With fine weather forecast we risked not using the normal gazebo and squeezed in between the Cats Protection… Read More »