Cycling in the Peak District

23rd February 2011 in Book Catalogue, Cicerone Authors by Sarah

Chiz Dakin author of Cicerone’s new guidebook Cycling in the Peak District will be leading two rides as part of the Peak District Outdoor Festival that runs from April 23 – May 8

You can join Chiz on a 20-mile ride starting at Parsley Hay on either the 24 or 28 April (booking required).

The cycle ride combines a mix of quiet lanes, rail-trails and more adventurous off-road surfaces.

A teashop part way round gives opportunity for rest and refreshments, and bikes can be hired at Parsley Hay. Find out more about the festival.


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