British Heart Foundation: Robin Hood Bike Ride, Saturday 26th October

As well as the Saddleback, Felt Bikes Demo Day…

There is another fabulous event in Sherwood Pines on Saturday 26th October!


Explore the scenic stomping ground of one of Britain’s best loved folk heroes by taking part and trying one of our four exciting new routes for 2013.

Cycle 6, 15, 23 or 40 miles through Sherwood Pines whilst enjoying Nottingham’s beautiful autumnal forest and helping the nation’s heart charity.

Robin Hood Bike Ride event information

New for 2013 – 4 routes to choose from 6, 15, 23 and 40 miles all of which follow traffic free cycle paths, tracks and bridleways. Some will however include road crossings.

6 mile: The perfect family route, exploring Sherwood Pines forest along the beautiful Adventure Cycle trail, totally traffic free.

15 mile: Extending on from the 6 mile route around Clipstone Park. This route includes road crossings and bridle paths and sections where you will need to dismount and lift your bike over a small railway sleeper (this ensure the paths remain free from motorbikes). Suitable for beginners and newer riders this is a great way to explore outside the forest.

23 mile: Continuing north from the 15 mile route, for intermediate riders, this route navigates around Sherwood Forest Country Park and past the famous ‘Major Oak’ before returning to Sherwood Pines forest and joining the fun Adventure trail to finish.

40 mile: For experienced riders, this ride continues north along the National Cycle Network trail 6, passing around Clumber Park and then heading back south to Sherwood Pines Forest for a lap of the forest, before finally finishing a big day of riding.

Google: British Heart Foundation, Robin Hood Ride 

And register before the day. Places are limited so register today to avoid disappointment.