Indeed the best way to explore this beautiful and fascinating city, which is famous for cycling. .......
14 Warren Road, London, Tw2 7dl
Merry Pedaller Bike Tours offer unique tours of the beautiful areas of South West London, a short hop on the train, and a welcome break away from the hustle and bustle of Central London.
Spare a day during your visit to cycle along unknown stretches of the River Thames. Enjoy ale tasting or cycling the 1st and 2nd largest Royal Parks of London, both old hunting grounds of royals still full of deer.
Cycle to Hampton Court Palace or Windsor Town, enjoy half-day rides to visit the Royal Kew Botanic Gardens, the 16th Century home of King Henry VIII Hampton Court Palace or the Windsor Castle summer residence of the Queen. We have full-day rides and an afternoon tea picnic with homemade cakes and pots of tea in fantastic locations en route.
Our four rides are:
Ale Tasting Bike Tour- cycle the River Thames crossing it four times, and pass old pubs and houses. Fullers Brewery and sample Fullers beers are en route. Half-day rides can finish at Royal Kew Botanic Gardens for your visit if you wish or enjoy our full-day tour with tea picnic in a stately home grounds.
Royal Deer Park Ride- cycle the River Thames and enjoy the largest Royal Park of London, an old 17th Century hunting ground of royals full of deer. Finish at Richmond on a half-day tour or join the full-day tour with a ferry trip across the River Thames, past historic houses, and enjoy our afternoon tea picnic in a secret statue garden.
Hampton Court Palace Bike Ride- cycle the River Thames to Hampton Court Palace, once the home of King Henry VIII and his many wives. Enjoy visiting the palace or join a full-day tour enjoying the 2nd largest Royal Park of London and old hunting ground full of deer with afternoon tea picnic.
Windsor Castle Country Ride- Cycle 20 km to Royal Windsor Town along the River Thames, past locks, villages, and visit the Royal Farm Shop, half-day ride to visit the castle with an optional breakfast picnic by the River Thames to start.