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Ambergate Beginners Circuit

Custom Designed Circuit to Let Novice eBikers Practice their Skills on Different Terrains

  • 1 h 30 min
  • From 38 British pounds
  • Ambergate Cycling Hub - DE56 2HE

Service Description

A slightly more adventuous starter tour (steeper descent back into Ambergate) for those who are reasonably comfortable riding a bike but want to try a shorter trip to get familiar riding an eBike. The route follows a private track to the rear of the hub through old industrial units and trees (the Birches) and out onto Holly Lane. The tour then follows this quiet, meandering lane climbing high up onto the moorland. With the eBike this climb is easy to negotiate. At Wiggonlea Farm an ancient track is joined to the right which travels down through Beggerswell Wood. This section requires a little more technical ability to slowly descend back into Ambergate. At around 3 miles per circuit you should get the opportunity to do at least 3 laps to help build your eBiking skills and confidence. Difficulty - Beginners Green Tour Surface - Tracks and minor roads Distance - 3.28 miles (Multiple Laps Suggested) Time allocated - 1 hour 30 minutes Refreshment Stop Options- Filling Station Cafe @ Great British Car Journey Tour Ref - 04

Upcoming Sessions

Start Point & Booking Queries

  • Ambergate Cycling Hub - DE56 2HE

    +44 (0)1629 352122

Cancellation Policy

Running Tours is our business so as a general rule we cannot accept last minute cancelation requests where we cannot easily re-book the date. If you need to change the date of your pre-booked tour we do ask for at least seven days notice so that we have the opportunity to re-book your slot. There is no additional charge for changing the date of your tour. If you give us less than 7 days notice and we cannot resell the slot we reserve the right to charge a 50% re-booking fee. We do not offer refunds on cancelled tours only the opportunity to re-book As a general rule we will not cancel any eBike tours based on the weather unless the conditions are so extreme they are not safe for cycling. We use the Met Office to monitor if any severe weather warnings are expected

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