A new cycle route and a ride around the St Albans Green Ring (June News)

By | 5th June 2018

Woods Ave cycle path is open

The new cycle route along the west end of Woods Ave in Hatfield is complete.  This enables students in the halls to cycle off road to the town centre and mostly off road to the station.  The extension to the Hill Top shops to benefit the local residents needs to follow.  You can see photos of the route on our web site: https://www.welhatcycling.org.uk/2018/05/20/woods-ave-cycle-route-completed/

The next new route in Hatfield will be at Mount Pleasant https://www.welhatcycling.org.uk/developments/ along the line of the muddy tracks to the left of the sign in the photo below.


Next Ride: St Alban’s Green Ring: 24th June 2018

Starting from Hatfield, a ride round the St Albans Green Ring. This takes in Barnards Heath and Verulamium Park as well as a ride along the whole of the Alban Way including the level crossing off Cottonmill Lane.  Lunch is usually at the Inn on the Park, tbc.   https://www.welhatcycling.org.uk/event/june-ride-st-albans-green-ring/


Annual General Meeting

Our June meeting, on Wednesday 13th June 2018 at 19:15, will be our annual general meeting.  Do please email chair@welhatcycling.org.uk  to let me know if you are attending, not least so I bring the right amount of coffee.


General Data Protection Regulation

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About Adam Edwards

Adam Edwards is the current chair of WelHatCycling. As a parent of two what matters most to him is utility cycling: getting to school, work, the shops, etc. He is particularly keen on group rides which involve cake. With his youngest child, he's ridden all the way from Hatfield to Edinburgh on a tandem.

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