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Burley to Linford New Forest Loop Cycle Route



England > Hampshire > Ringwood
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameBurley to Linford New Forest Loop
Distance : miles (km)20.43  (32.88)
Duration(hh:mm)02:00
Difficulty
Posted ByP Hooper
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityRingwood
County/RegionHampshire
Start LocationLyndhurst Road, Burley
End LocationLyndhurst Road, Burley
Cycle Steps
A figure of 8 loop on gravel tracks through beautiful sections of the New Forest both wooded and heathland. Plenty of wildlife to see too.

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Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
A figure of 8 loop on gravel tracks through beautiful sections of the New Forest both wooded and heathland. Plenty of wildlife to see too.

Your comments?
posted by:Martin George AlderRating : difficult :
We rode this today and it was a bit longer than 2 hours, actual time about 4 hours plus a 20 minute sandwich stop, but on hybrid bikes as ridden by a couple of average fitness 60 year olds. The gravel surfaces dropped our average speeds down to about 8 to 9 mph on the flat and a bit less on the steeper parts and on parts where the surface was a bit loose but gradients not too steep.
No doubt fitter and more experienced riders on mountain bikes could do it in the 2 hours quoted, but for a family something nearer 3 hours 30 to 4 hours net of stops would be more realistic, especially if you want to see the wildife

posted by:Martin George AlderRating : difficult :
I forgot to say that it was lovely route and thanks for publishing it. We really enjoyed it and look forward to trying out some more of these. Hopefully we can factor in our performance capability a little more accurately in terms of predicting the time it will take us relatie to the time quoted on our next outing.
Perhaps some food for thought for those contributing, e.g time for quoted is based on XXX type of bike with a rider of XXX performance, so that we of a particular capability can adjust times accordingly


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