OK it's their graves, bring a tape measure if you like. Quiet lanes, some hills with a little history and local folklore. Return to catch train back into London from Potter's Bar. The ride will include some local history of the places visited and a pub lunch.
Meet Cannon St 08.55 for 09.16 train to Sevenoaks, arrive 09.47. Buy return to Tonbridge to have the option of returning from there or Hildenborough and avoid the climb to Sevenoaks after tea. Ride out through north London into the quiet lanes of Hertfordshire. We've done it with sun on ice; let's do it warmer; sun not guaranteed! The exact route will depend on the abilities and wishes of the riders. A challenging 85km on minor roads, byways and bridleways.
70km and 500m climbing on country lanes, taking in Whipsnade, pretty villages, Ivinghoe Beacon and some fine views. A 50km ride along bridleways, byways, flint roads and woodland trails through the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Cyclists have complained that new security barriers on London’s bridges make roads less safe for them, just hours after they were installed to protect pedestrians from terror attacks.
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Vine responds, saying: “Don’t assault me.” Vine alleges that at the end of their encounter, the woman pointed the ‘gun’ symbol at him with her fingers.
Vine said he was sharing the footage because he was concerned about the driver’s temper, writing on Facebook: “I hate to overload out hard-working London police with footage from my commute, but I feel the person you see on the tape will at some point hurt someone very badly – either with her car or in a direct personal assault.
Lunch at The Royal Oak, Potton.because the grounds of Sissinghurst Castle with its beautiful buildings and an arch with a view, are crossed by bridleways. Ride out through north London into the quiet lanes of Hertfordshire. Tea stop on the way back at the Markfield Beam Engine.
Cafe or restaurant available for lunch but also a lovely picnic spot. You may get half an hour to look round Sissinghurst Gardens (which, sadly, are not free). We will follow a route ("Chiltern Rendevous") mapped out by Jack Thurston in his Lost Lanes book.
presenter posted the footage of the “horrible moment” with his Facebook and Twitter followers on Tuesday.
He filmed the incident while cycling on his commute on Friday in the Kensington area of the capital In the video a car can be seen approaching the rear of his bike, beeping and driving closely behind him.
See what you think.” After sharing the clip, Vine declined any interview requests and said he would prefer the incident to be handled by the Metropolitan Police.