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Sun 01 May 2022

In aid of Haven House Children's Hospice

Haven House Children's Hospice

OVERVIEW

What to expect

ITINERARY

What you will do

COSTS

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ESSENTIAL INFO

All you need to know

The challenge

  • Start and finish your ride at the incredible Paradise Wildlife Park
  • Choose from 40kms, 80kms or 120kms distance
  • Fully supported ride with experienced cycle leaders, support vehicles and mechanics
  • The opportunity to explore the Wildlife Park at the end of your ride
  • Raise vital funds for Haven House

Join Haven House on their Ride to Paradise on Sunday 01 May. Choose from a 40km, 80km or 120km route, finishing with the chance to view the incredible wildlife at Paradise Wildlife Park including white lions, tigers, snow leopards, tapirs, camels, lemurs, gibbons, marmosets and tamarins. 

You will head out on an 80kms circular loop past Knebworth on quiet country roads and recognised cycle routes as you head south towards St Albans before riding back to Paradise Wildlife Park for lunch. The final part of the ride in the afternoon heads eastwards, away from the park, on a 40km circular loop through the Lea Valley over rolling hills and through the historic town of Harlow, before heading south through the quiet cycle lanes of the Lea Valley country park to Waltham Abbey.

The full ride of 120kms includes an ascent of over 1000m.

The journey

Haven House Ride

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