Take part in this Group Ride and earn one competition entry for 'The Big Community Bike Rides Winter Competition'! You can also earn a second competition entry today by completing our '12 Days of Festive Rides’ challenge - all you need to do is send us a photograph of a snowman taken during your Group Ride. When submitting this image, please label it as a Group Ride to avoid any confusion with Solo Ride submissions.
The Big Community Bike Rides Winter Competition runs from October 31st to January 31st and gives participants the opportunity to win some fantastic prizes, all while being part of something bigger! For full competition details, please click the following link.
Departing from the cenotaph in the centre of Groomsport Village, we will follow the scenic and generally very flat coastal road through Donaghadee and Millisle, before heading inland across the Ards Penninsula towards Greyabbey where we will stop for refreshments. After a short stop, our return journey commences inland back to Groomsport via Carrowdore.
This will be a generally easy going route with spectacular scenery. This coastal route is suited for all casual/leisure cyclists. Please check this page before setting off for the start location in case of any changes.
Please click here to complete a self-assessment personal screening questionnaire in advance of your bike ride.
If you have a question for your ride leader in advance of the ride, please contact them through your dashboard, by clicking ‘ADD A DISCUSSION’ on this ride. Only the leader and those registered on this ride can view any questions/comments added through ‘VIEW DISCUSSION’ on their dashboard.
Note that insurance cover is only extended for the duration of the individual bike ride you have registered to complete.
I'm an enthusiastic leisure cyclist, being a member of my local club in Killinchy. Earlier in 2019, I completed a charity cycle for Marie Curie from Malin Head to Mizen Head. Cycling is how I get my exercise, helping me control my weight, all the while enjoying good fun and camaraderie with my friends. I'm keen to help people in my local area, who perhaps presently cycle alone or in small groups, build their confidence so they can enjoy the experience that cycling in a larger group can bring.