New Year Lea Valley ride

Wednesday 1st January at 10.30am This is what time the ride will set off. It’s best to get to the starting point at least 15 minutes beforehand to avoid missing the start.

Starting Point & Postcode
Car park at the bottom end of Coppermill Lane.  E17 7HG
Overall Duration On a long ride, it’s sometimes good to have a little break in the middle, or maybe a catch up at the beginning or end to keep it sociable. This means that the overall ride duration may be longer than the actual cycling time.
1 hours 40 mins  (1 hours 20 mins cycling)

Breeze Bike Rides in Waltham Forest

A gentle ride along the side of the River Lea, and in quiet areas nearby, with a stop at a cafe.


The route is entirely traffic free, and uses the towpath and other cycle paths. No hills.


Pistachio's cafe is open (Markfield Park), so we will visit it towrds the end of the ride.


All welcome. We will go at the speed of the slowest rider, with nobody left behind.


Please arrive early, giving time for a quick bike check before setting off on time.


Where to park: the car park where we meet is a small free public car park.


The Breeze champion carries some tools and will help if anyone has a puncture or mechanical issues. However we do not carry spare inner tubes, so a spare suitable for your bike is useful to bring along.


Don’t forget…. Breeze are on a mission to spread the word about their rides, and  need your help. If you introduce one friend who goes  on to take part in a Breeze ride, you’ll receive a Breeze water bottle,  introduce a second  friend, you’ll be the proud owner of one of their swish Breeze  Buffs, and introduce a  third friend and Breeze will send you £15 of Love2Shop vouchers.  Read the article on the homepage for more information.   For more information visit website below


http://www.goskyride.com/Breeze/ShowArticle/Breeze-for-rewards?retURL=/Breeze

Starting Point
Car park at the bottom end of Coppermill Lane. 
Starting Postcode
E17 7HG

Meet the Champions

  • Bridget Wilkinson Bridget Wilkinson I started cycling in the 1960s, and have used a bike for touring, exploring, shopping, and generally getting around ever since. For me, cycling isn't a race, it's the best way of experiencing an area.

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