The inaugural Cyclist Off-Road Event

Cyclist magazine 12 Sep 2018 Sunday saw our first ever off-road event on the tracks and tarmac of Surrey, here are the best bits It all began with a warm cup of coffee. It was 8.30am in Priory School’s car park in Dorking, and 35 of us had gathered for a roll through some of Surrey’s most undiscovered gravel tracks. Once everyone had a pick-me-up of Cyclist coffee and signed on, we organised ourselves into three groups of different speeds, all led by HotChillee’s ride captains. We set of north of Dorking toward Ranmore common along our first stretch of gravel. Image 19 of 70 Image 19 of 70 Off the beaten track It was a lively start, on a sharp climb up to a gravel road that runs along Ranmore common, enjoying the iconic views across the Surrey Hills to the south. Once we levelled out we were quickly ...

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