End of the Lines 130

End of the Lines visits four defunct local terminus towns; Calne, Malmesbury, Tetbury and Thornbury. Use some old railways, pass an old engine shed, eat cake at a goods shed, roll across the Cotswolds and into the Severn Valley.

Fishponds, City of Bristol | Sat 8th May 2021 @ 08:00

BRIEF:

End of the Lines visits four defunct local terminus towns; Calne, Malmesbury, Tetbury and Thornbury. Use some old railways, pass an old engine shed, eat cake at a goods shed, roll across the Cotswolds and into the Severn Valley.

WHEN: +iCal
Sat 8th May 2021
08:00 - 18:48
WHERE:
Fishponds Fish
Bristol & Bath Railway Path, nr Hockeys Ln
Fishponds, BS16
EVENT REVIEW SUMMARY:
4.5
Rated 4.5 out of 5
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Validation:
BP
Award Distance:
100
Total Distance:
135km
Speeds:
12.5-25kph
AAA: 0.00
Rainbow Flat
Climb:
1379m

Reviews

What others think.

A wild day on Wiltshire!

Rated 4 out of 5
22nd January 2022

Great ride out into Wiltshire in high winds and rain. Lots of fun, some beautiful lanes and some hills that were a challenge! A good one if like me you’re not a veteran Audax rider but want a taste of longer distance riding.

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Katharine

Amazing stuff

Rated 5 out of 5
18th April 2021

Thanks to daddy for making this route. It has hills to make it fun and is good for wildlife such as birds of prey. The birds of prey you will find are Red kites, Kestrels, Common buzzards and small chance of Tawny owl in the evening which I did not see. Most of the wildlife was found between Dyrham hill and Tetbury. In Tetbury at the cafe, we stopped and I had some blueberry frangipani cake which was the best cake I have ever had.

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