The Gert Lush - a taste of Cheddar

The longest route in this year's festival the Gert Lush heads across the Chew Valley, over the Mendip Hills, skirts the Somerset levels (look out for the mobile feed station) and climbs the iconic Cheddar Gorge a regular feature in the Tour of Britain. A packed lunch in the Burrington Parish Room awaits and then we're heading home via the Strawberry Line. Ideal for vintage bike enthusiasts.

Starts 9-10am

On Line Entries Close 10pm Wednesday

The Roight Lush for the easy going & families 

A perfect route for families, less experienced riders and newcomers to vintage cycling.  The Roight Lush has traffic free sections and passes through some of Somerset's finest scenery. There's some climbing  early in the ride but it's a real ride to savour. 

The Roight Lush heads across the Chew Valley, and past the Chew Valley Lakes to the foot of the Mendips and a packed lunch at Burrington Parish Rooms. Joined by riders on the Gert Lush route we take to the Strawberry Line and head for home. Starts 10-11am

On Line Entries Close 10pm Wednesday

The Babba lush

Free fancy dress kids' ride. A four mile ride mainly on traffic free tarmac cycle paths. Suitable for ages 5-9 and children to be escorted by parents and chaperones.

Starts 1pm

On Line Entries Close 10pm Wednesday