12 mile route, heading pretty direct to Regent Park, gradually heading via Camden/Chalk Farm up to the bottom of Hamstead heath (before the big hill) up then back down. From where a long smooth gentle descent back home as payback.
Credit for the original route goes to Mira, so no cardiac hills, but definitely inclined.
This week, weather permitting, we are heading back west, with the smooth straight flat surfaces of King Street, Stamford Brook Road, Goldhawk, and Sulgrave Rd.
One slight hill as we head up to the top of Campden Hill, but the downhill of Kensington Church Street should be the pay-off.
Looping west, generally following the river. Generally flat and smooth roads (two sections have been resurfaced recently). Moderate to Fast paced.
Loop south across the river to Vauxhall.
Heading north to Kensal Green and surronding areas. As always for my routes, should be relatively sooth, straight and fast.
Smooth, Mostly Straight, Mostly flat.
As a warmup for Halloween, we are heading to the smooth roads of Wandsworth and Fulham for an old favourite.
Second outing for this route, taking us to North West London, taking us to the less visited parts of North West London. Quite a few nice smooth long stretches of tarmac.
We have a high profile visitor in town on Friday, so route is modified to avoid where there might be higher security. Add the roadworks on the Embankment, and a preference against the West End traffic. This is what remains.
Should still be a smooth rolling route.
With the arrival of spring, and the rising of temperatures, why not pick an appropriate destination: Tunham Green
A relatively smooth, medium paced route.