The Wandle Valley Regional Park Trust invite you to join us on a fun cycle ride along the Wandle Trail to Morden Hall Park, launching the Wandle Wheelers programme.
Wandle Wheelers is a 10 week cycling programme in the boroughs of Merton and Wandsworth to encourage families to access the sessions together in order to enjoy green space in their local community. The activities will kick off with a led bike ride from Wandsworth to Merton. Following this launch ride, there will then be weekly rides at Morden Hall Park, Merton and King Georges Park in Wandsworth plus educational sessions.
At the end of the launch ride, there will also be a doctor bike session at Morden Hall Park, with the aim of informing families on good riding practice and to encourage them to access riding space in their own time. The project is not just about creating a habit of exercising, but also contains education elements. The aim of the project is to provide access to green space which in turn will lead to happier and healthier lifestyles. Offering the opportunity to cycle in a safe, relaxed environment.
Suitable for families, inexperienced and experienced riders alike.
Experienced ride leaders will guide you along the route taking in the rich heritage of the Wandle Valley along the way.
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10am - Registration Wandsworth Delta
10.20am – 11.20am – Rides depart
Morden Hall Park:
12.00 – 4.00pm - Find a cycle maintenance stall, refreshments, family activities, cycle confident training, smoothie bike, cycle clubs and much more.
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Can I just turn up at the event?
Yes, there are a limited number of unled ride tickets, but you will riding at your own risk and in your own time.
Do I have to do a ride?
No, feel free to come along to the Wandsworth Delta before a ride sets off or to Morden Hall Park from 12-4. Just register for a non-riding ticket!
Do I have to bring my printed ticket or ticket on my phone to the event?
Yes please, this specifies your ride time.