Cycling Rempstone Ride – 20 miles : Summer 2016

Why do I have two sporty boys who love to be on the go?

Today it was all about cycling from Corfe Castle to Studland Beach.
Before the holiday I found a fab ride here, and I downloaded the route and route discription. Although we extended the route, the information they gave was very good and we didn’t get lost once.

We started the route from the pretty Corfe Castle village. Following the busy main road carefully we pick up the route at Norden.

Well signposted with a mixture of road, grass, stone, shingle and sand paths it was a nice gentle mixture of different surfaces.

The countryside was lovely, the 20°C sunshine helped but so did the wildlife, beautiful wild flowers and local animals.

The only downside was there was no benches to stop and have a breather, we found a grassy field to enjoy a spot of lunch.

The main road down to Studland was with fast moving traffic, but the South Beach was well worth the visit with beautiful views over to Old Harry rocks and coastline.

We followed the route and the way back was slightly different and included more roads which made the way back slightly easier. It also gave the boys a chance at showing me how they can cycle with no hands!!

Close to the end we encountered some friendly cows blocking the route. After plucking up the courage we walked slowly through them.

A tiring and exhilarating reward getting back to our campsite. We should all sleep tonight.

Our 11 year old would highly recommend this cycleride to anyone ready for an enjoyable day out!

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