Welcome to our collection of rides and routes


Welcome to our collection of rides and routes. Our aim is simply to share rides that we enjoy. These rides come from routes we have for training, events we have run or simply rides we do for the sheer fun of going for a spin. All the rides exemplify why cycling (fast or slow) is one of the most glorious of past times and professions. 

Each route has a profile, a downloadable GPX file for your Garmin Edge unit and a downloadable set of instructions (cue sheet) that has been sized to fit neatly onto your top tube or back pocket.

Our rides also feature rider tips, which vary from places to stop at and admire the view to establishments that serve exceptional coffee or cake (if you are that way inclined). Our deeply competitive Rapha Condor JLT pro riders have also added a few of their favourite loops and set some gold standard times for certain sections or climbs. 

Use the right hand menu to navigate to each ride or the map below. If you are unsure how to add a mapping file to your Garmin, we have added a handy guide.

Adding a route to Garmin Edge unit


Each ride has a route that can be downloaded and saved to your Garmin Edge unit. The route includes turn-by-turn navigation.  

Here's now to load our routes onto your Garmin Edge GPS Unit

  • Click on the route link and down GPX file to your computer
  • Plug Edge into computer
  • Navigate to Edge drive
  • Navigate to Garmin folder
  • Navigate to NewFiles folder
  • Place file(s) to be imported in the NewFiles folder
  • Disconnect Edge safely from computer
  • The Edge will process files located in the NewFiles folder and convert into .fit files for use.

When you turn on your Garmin Edge device, you should find the route under the "Courses" menu and you're ready to go.

For Garmin 500 devices, the "Courses" feature requires a TCX file to be downloaded onto the device. Please ensure you have updated the unit with the latest software to ensure our GPX routes are compatible.



Wimbledon & Thames Pave

If you fancy a bit of Strada Bianche in west London, then this ride is ideal. Suitable for cyclo-cross bikes in the winter and road bikes with slightly wider tyres in the summer. 

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Download the GPX route for Garmin Edge units

Condor to Windsor Great Park

From Condor's central London location head west and take in two Royal Parks, stop off for a cake and admire Windsor Castle, one of the Queen's royal residences before heading back into London. 

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Download the GPX route for Garmin Edge units

Alumni Ride: London to Essex with Tao Geoghegan Hart

This ride is a favourite of former Condor supported rider, Tao. The rider from Hackney, East London rode for Condor as a junior and represented Team GB. His healthy palmares includes young riders jersey at the USA Pro Challenge, 3rd in the Junior Paris-Roubaix and a pro contract with Team Sky.

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Download the GPX route for Garmin Edge units

Alumni Ride: Tom Southam's Mendips

Former Rapha Condor Sharp rider Tom Southam retired from full-time racing in October 2011, the end of what was his third season with the team. Tom grew up in Penzance but based himself in Bristol, which is where this route begins. The ride is a rollercoster up and down some of the steepest ascents in the Mendips.

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Download the GPX route for Garmin Edge units

Gravel Dash on the London / Kent borders

A mere sixteen miles out of central London lies excellent gravel trails and bridleways. This loop twists around the Surrey and Kent borders utilising some of the North Downs way, dipping onto the gravel paths and tightly packed mud surfaces along the way.

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