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Seaside towns 

nature reserveS 
lunch IN HernE Bay
Post-ride pints

Adults £45 including bike hire. 
Children £25  including bike hire.
Electric Bikes + £20 

A leisurely cycle ride down the gorgeous coastline, taking in stunning bays and seaside towns, coastal nature reserves, Roman ruins, a lunch stop at a Victorian seaside resort, and seaside delights in Margate. A flat and relaxing coastline route suitable for riders of all abilities. Along the way, there will be frequent stops where Colin will share stories about the history, culture, and landscape, including little-known local secrets!

"Such a fun day out. Easy bimbles along the coast. Colin makes you feel like an old friend and he has some great stories along the route," Tripadvisor

Time: 4-5 Hours / 2 hours Cycling time

Difficulty: Medium
Some off-road country tracks and a couple of small hills (we can happily push bikes up if we need).

What to bring: Your bike, suitable comfy clothing, water, funds for lunch and train.


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11 am | Meet at Margate station where you will be introduced to your fellow adventurers before taking a leisurely cycle ride down the gorgeous Viking Coastal Path. A flat and relaxing coastline route suitable for riders of all abilities.

Early Afternoon | We’ll pass St Mildred's Bay, a peaceful beach haven, before riding over the cliff tops taking in the stunning sea vistas. Then through a lush coastal nature reserve to Reculver, where we’ll explore Roman and medieval ruins.  Just before Whitstable we’ll pass trough pretty Tankertonwith it’s  ​colourful beach hut. Shortly after we’ll explore Hern Bay, a quaint Victorian seaside town for lunch. On the pier, there’s a great selection of food; Italian, Thai or classic fish & Chips.

Late Afternoon | Whitstable is a charming fishing town with plenty of character around every corner. We’ll wonder the lovely seashore, fishing harbour, and quaint cobblestone streets. Maybe try some fresh Oysters, some fine fish & chips, the best ice cream in Whitstable, a seaside tiple, or all four!

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