WHITCHURCH, a small historic Hampshire town, nestling in the upper reaches of the valley of the River Test and on the edge of the North Hampshire Downs Area of Natural Beauty, is an ideal centre for exploring by cycle.

The variety of routes is almost endless, from flat tranquil river valleys with crystal clear babbling streams to the undulating slopes of Watership Down with fantastic views over the downs.

Within just a few miles there are a wealth of villages and attractive landscapes to explore at leisure, while within easy reach are larger towns and cities such as Winchester with its Cathedral, Colleges, and shopping streets.

Whitchurch is a community with a unique history, shops, pubs and historic attractions. It makes a superb centre for a cycle ride for families, groups and individuals.

You can contact Whitchurch Cycling for free friendly advice HERE.
Always willing to have a chat about local cycling.
Slow cycling with a smile recommended.


CYCLING - one of the most relaxing pastimes, for all ages and abilities from complete beginner to endurance rider.
Free from the pressure of everyday life, it is sociable, healthy, stress free, and kind to both you and the environment.
With the wheels spinning beneath you it is possible to escape all the pressures of today's hectic lifestyles and return home with the warm glow of a pleasant day awheel.

There are few better places to visit than Whitchurch, but did you know...

Whitchurch received its Charter in 1247.
Don't anyone dare call it a village.
It is a Town, and very proud of it!

www.whitchurchcycling.org.uk 2012/13/14/15/16


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Menus to other pages in this small project will follow, when we return from a cycle ride, a mug of tea and plenty of cake.


Site committed to the promotion of and enjoyment of cycling in north Hampshire.


Dedicated to my parents and family who introduced me to cycling which has give me so much pleasure and happy memories over the years.

are always


"Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride."

John F. Kennedy



Vacation 2005