The Salisbury Gravel Century
A route created by Simon Dawson, a SRAMcc member.
It’s a 100 mile gravel circuit around Salisbury taking in the best bits of the Chalk Droves, Wiltshire Wild Flower Meadows, the New Forest, Hampshire Woodland, Salisbury Plain and Stonehenge. Best done as a long day out, finishing at Stonehenge at Sunset (although other options also work).
Full details are on Simon’s Website.
The Ridges West of Salisbury
Salisbury to the New Forest
A 30 mile route that shows two different, mostly gravel, routes from Salisbury to the New Forest, and which gives a good introduction to typical New Forest Riding
- Lots of superb gravel trails
- Scenic woodland and plain
- Lots of up and down so a need to pace yourself if you don’t want to blow up.
Strava Route Here
Many SRAMcc Gravel riders go back to the New Forest again and again. There is lots to explore and enjoy, and lots of new trails to find. Much of it is rideable year round, apart from a few muddy, swampy valley floors which you can soon learn to avoid.