A guided road ride will leave Bewdley Brewery, Lax Lane at 7pm sharp around the rolling Worcestershire countryside.
This year we will be doing two routes with an ebike specific route so please get an ebike ticket if you want to join this route
The pace is set by the slowest rider (or how much charge you have left ??, we very much encourage new people to join in and for everyone to improve their skills, however, a basic level of skill and fitness is required.
You will also need a suitable bike which works well e.g. road or hybrid and a spare tube, lights front and rear.
Let the Train take the Strain!As a special concession for Bewdley Bike Week the Severn Valley Railway has once again generously agreed a unique deal for parents and children.
12 cyclists each day (adults and children) to travel with their bikes for the flat fare of only £5! Partly subsidised by Bewdley Bike Week, this a remarkable bargain!
The outward journey will be by the 10:45 train from Bewdley and will deliver riders to Hampton Loade station. This is immediately adjacent to National Cycle Route 45 and cyclists will then use their bikes to pedal back to Arley station (about 5 miles).
This is a safe and easy route on paths and country roads with almost no road traffic.
En route it passes the Country Park Visitor Centre, Arley Arboretum Café (10% discount for riders), and also cafes by the river in Arley.
From Arley Station riders and bikes will be transported back to Bewdley by an afternoon train at no extra cost.
Pre booking is essential as no tickets will be available on the day.
A guided E-Mountain Bike ride will leave Button Oak Inn at 7pm to ride the Wyre Forest.
Depending on numbers and types of bike there may be one or two groups riding to keep impact down.
Charge it up! – bring your own E-MTB and celebrate this new form of cycling.
We very much encourage new people to join in and for everyone to improve their skills
Perfect for those cyclists who are feeling it in the knees now and want to go further, longer without the next day’s pain! Perhaps you just want to know what the buzz is all about and the acceleration kick!