April 21 Covid we are unable to run this tour due to Covid restrictions on towpath cycling on this route + Hammersmith Bridge being closed. We can however offer to cycle Putney to Kew Gardens or Richmond all on the south side of the river (not via Fullers Brewery), +/- Richmond Park. We can always provide beer however, please contact us for a bespoke tour.

    Taste London’s famous Fullers Brewery beers, cycle the University Boat Race route of the River Thames and finish at UNESCO Kew Botanic Gardens for a visit.

    Request a date (1-4 people)
    Half Day £220, Full Day £260

    Start at Putney Riverside in Zone 3 South West London for a quiet riverside cycle.

    Visit Fullers Brewery Shop for souvenirs.

    Taste a selection of Fullers beers as a picnic on the riverside, at The Mawson Arms or The George and Devonshire, Chiswick.

    Finish at UNESCO Kew Botanic Gardens for a visit if you wish.

    Start 10.30am-Putney Riverside Zone 3, SW15 1JN
    10 min walk Putney Mainline or Putney Bridge Underground (20/30 mins from Central London)

    Or request a reverse ride after your Kew Gardens visit.

    *Fullers Brewery Shop open 2-6pm currently

    “Very good bikes, wonderful landscape and a great hostess”
    30 July 2017 5 of 5 stars Reviewed by muenchgudrun

    We did the ale tasting tour with a group of 10 friends. Already the booking and the organisation was super continued + more reviews

    Half Day Bike Tour £220 14km/9miles
    +/- visit Kew Botanic Gardens

    • Half Day Bike hire
    • University Boat Race route
    • Ale tasting and brewery shop*
    • Pub lunch* or bring a sandwich
    • Finish Kew Bridge* Station 2pm
    • OR Royal Kew Botanic Gardens*

    *The Fullers shop is open only 2-6pm + closed Sundays
    *Pub lunch not included
    *Zone 3 20 mins to Central London
    *Entrance Kew Gardens not included.

    Full Day Bike Tour £260
    20km/12miles

    *Optional add our afternoon tea picnic

    • Full day bike hire
    • Riverboats and dockyards
    • Grand Union Canal
    • 16th Century Syon House
    • +/-Syon Park tea picnic*
    • Riverside pub 4.30pm
    • Return Richmond Train Station

    Richmond-Zone 4 Mainline to London Waterloo or Underground District Line 20/30 mins to Central London.

    *From July 2020 whilst Hammersmith Bridge is closed we cannot offer our tea picnic

    Hop on the Grand Union Canal where it joins the River Thames.

    Pass boat yards situated on the Grand Union Canal

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    Pass the 16th Century Syon House linked to royalty (tea picnic unavailable from 2020)

    Finish with a riverside pub in Richmond if you wish.

    Luggage transfer is available or request.

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