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13.3 Miles and a good family ride towards Holmer Green and back. A steep hill to start with but has the benefit of Gravelly Way on the return to Beaconsfield.
62 Miles starting in Prestwood. Some hills at the start, a great flat section in the Aylsebury Vale then some good hills to finish off with. Just over 4000ft of climbing.
46 Miles out to Penn and Widmer End, then back down to West Wycombe, Marlow, White Waltham, back through Bray and Cookham, before finishing through Wooburn Green.
46 Miles Seer Green, The Chalfonts and out into Hertfordshire as far as Berkhamsted then back through Great Missenden. Around 3000ft of climbing.
46 Miles out to Marlow, Hambledon, Fawley, Christmas Common, Stokenchurch, Radnage and Wycombe. Watch for the killer hill in Wycombe. 2600ft of climbing.
31.5 Miles. Wooburn Green, Taplow, Burnham, Farnham Common, Gerrards Cross, The Chalfonts and Wincmore Hill.
1640ft of climbing.
35 Miles. Gerrards Cross, The Chalfonts and out into Hertfordshire through Flaunden, Bovingdon then back home via Chesham and Great Missenden.
1400ft of climbing.
55 Miles. Gerrards Cross, Denham then out into Hertforshire circling Berkhamsted via Little Gaddesden. Back home via Chesham, Little Missenden and Holmer Green.
20.5 Miles. Wooburn Green, Cookham, over the hill to Marlow and back via Bisham and Hedsor.
904ft of climbing.
49 Miles Seer Green, The Chalfonts, The Beeches, Maidenhead, Bray, White Waltham, Henley, then back over to Marlow via Hambleden.
2000ft of climbing.
52 Miles. Gerrards Cross, Denham then north into Herts to just outside Berkhamsrted. Back via Great Missenden. 2666ft of climbing.
43 Miles Burnham, Dorney, Windsor Great Park and Virginia Water. Back via Slough. Good winter route to avoid potential ice.
1500ft of climbing.
35 Miles out to Princess Risborough and back, A good winter route avoiding steep decents and potentially icy lanes.
1688ft of climbing.
36.7 Miles. Winchmore Hill, Amersham, Chesham, Hawridge, Great Missenden, Hazlemere and Penn. A good winter route.
1900ft of climbing.
35 Miles. Wooburn Green, Cookham, Marlow up the hill to Frieth and Stokenchurch then downhill all the way to Wycome with one last sharp hill and back to Beaconsfiled.
2000ft of Climbing
42 Miles. The Beeches, Maidenhead, on to Henley then north into the hills up to Lane End then back via Highy Wycombe.
1700ft of climbing.
45 Miles. Gerrards Cross, north towards Bovingdon then Chesham. A loop out west and back via Holmer Green, Chalffont St. Peter.
2014ft of climbing.
39 Mile winter route. Cookham, Maidenhead, Marlow and north to Stokenchurch via Turville then around the top of High Wycombe.
2300ft of climbing
37 Mile winter route and largely flat (one long hill). Gerrards Croos, Farnham Royal, Maidenhead, Marlow, Lane End and back through Wycombe.
1300ft of climbing.
48 Miles. Holmer Green, Wendover, Aston Clinton, Stoke Mandeville then south towards Beaconsfield.
3000ft of climbing
GPX File Here
33 Miles. A good winter route on larger roads. Marlow, White Waltham, Dorney, Maidenhead and Cookham. Only two 'hills'.
1000ft of climbing
GPX File Here
42 Miles. Amersham, Chesham, Great Missenden then to Naphill. Then south to West Wycombe, Flackwell Heath and Hedsor.
2500ft of climbing
48 Miles. South through Gerrards Cross and then The Chalfonts. From there out over the Chiltern ridge to Wendover.
3000ft of climbing.
86 Miles and 16500ft of climbing. OK not a local route but the 2015 Etape du Tour
48 Miles. To Marlow over the hill to Cookham and a flat journey in the Thames Valley before north through the Chalfonts.
1500ft of climbing
25 Miles. Chalfont St Peter, Ley Hill, Chesham then to Little Missenden before heading home via Holmer Green.
1500ft of climbing
46 Miles. A popular 'flatter route'. The Chalfonts, GX, Datchet, Windsor, Holyport, Maidenhead, Cookham and home.
1600ft of Climbing.