A bike ride of delicious tipples and riverside pubs
- Cycle the University Boat Race route along the Thames
- Visit some of London's riverside pubs
- Enjoy a tea picnic
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"There are 3823 pubs in London, but some of the most charming are tucked away, out of sight. This is a great opportunity to not only discover some beautiful pubs, but also a part of London which is all too often overlooked. This leisurely bike ride from Putney to Kew stops off at some of the capital's most tranquil riverside pubs, where you can try the finest ales in the land. And you might even find time to visit the world-famous Kew Botanical Gardens after the tour."
- English speaking tour guide
- Full day bike hire
Other important info:
Over 18s only.
Group size: max 6.
This is a 20km/12miles bike ride along the Thames taking in the University Boat Race route.
Safety equipment is optional for this tour, and is available free of charge.
This tour may involve some road cycling – primarily on dedicated cycle paths or quiet back streets.
This tour runs in all weathers.
Meeting point supplied upon booking.
Refunds and changes: permitted with at least seven days notice.
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