Rides

Cycle Evesham Vale (CEV) Rides

CEV Social RidesScenic social rides are the 3rd Sunday of every month and start from Evesham Market Square. Rides will normally be between 15 & 20 miles & we plan to be back in Evesham by 5 pm at the very latest.
Easy Riders are the 1st Sunday of the month.
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Other Rides

Wednesdays:

Evesham Wheelers – A sociable run organised by Senior members, carried out at a gentle pace of around 12-15mph. Normally starts from opposite Lidl, WR11 1BH, near St Peters church, departing at 09.15. Any cyclist wishing to join this group can contact Arthur Bennett on 01386 870661.

Fridays:

Ebrington Velo ride from Ebrington Village Hall at 9.30am. Usual ride length is about 40 hilly miles in the winter and more in the summer. Destination is chosen on the morning of the ride, depending on wind direction, (we try to go out into it).

Saturdays:

H-BUG (Honeybourne Bicycle Users Group) ride every Saturday from Honeybourne at 2.00pm. A range of rides to suit all.

Sundays:

Evesham Wheelers – Four groups (A,B1, B2 and C) cater for differing speed and distance capabilities.
“C Run” – A slowish run mainly over flat terrain at an average speed of approx 13 to 14 mph. Ideal for those new to cycling. The C Run may not necessarily go to the same cafe stop as the A and B runs if it is too far away for a half day ride at the slower pace.
“B Run” – A steady run for the majority of the club over varying terrain. The B1 group will average 15/17mph, and the B2 group will average 14/15mph.
“A Run” – A fastish run over varying terrain aimed mainly at those members who intend to race, or just enjoy a faster pace Ave speed 17+ mph. A and B runs will have the same destination so that riders can ride out with one run and back with another if they so wish.
Whatever the run the usual etiquette will apply: the runs leader of the day will wait for any riders off the back and the whole group will wait for any rider who punctures or has mechanical trouble. Similarly each rider has a responsibility to ride with the group he or she is most suited to, so as not to hold up or stretch the group unnecessarily.

Saturday/Sunday:

Bidford on Avon Breeze – A friendly, relaxed group of ladies who like cycling, socialising & generally enjoying themselves.