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Peter is a keen touring, long distance (audax), and now retired as a commuting cyclist. He especially enjoys challenging riding in hilly rural areas and in beautiful mountain scenery, although at a more relaxed pace these days! He also enjoys easy-paced tandem riding with his wife Julie, and has ridden many sportifs, including L'Etape du tour and L'Eroica retro bike ride, and many audaxes, including Paris-Brest-Paris. He has been leading tours since the late 1980s, with varied destinations ranging from the French Alps and Pyrenees (many visits to both), to Jamaica, Cuba, Crete, Rhodes, Croatian Island hopping, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Slovakia and many more. His next tour will be his 23rd.
When not cycling, Peter also enjoys gardening, playing guitar, amateur songwriting and runs an Open Mic for local amateur musicians.
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Peter Mastenko has 4 Cycling Holidays for you to choose from...
1st May 2021 (2 days)
A fairly high mileage weekend cycling break, but at a relaxed pace. Meet outside Raynes Park station at 9am and head west to a lunch stop at Henley. Continue, with some hilly lanes and good descents, to an overnight stop at a historic pub in North Waltham. 88 miles. After (included) breakfast take a different route home. 59 miles.
22nd May 2021 (2 days)
A fairly high mileage weekend cycling break, but at a relaxed pace. Meet outside Raynes Park station at 9am, heading west to a lunch stop at Henley. Continue, with some hilly lanes and good descents, to an overnight stop at the Innkeeper's Lodge at Oakley. 88 miles. On Sunday take a different route back to Raynes Park. 64 miles.
18th June 2021 (3 days)
A 3-day long weekend easy-paced ride averaging 64 miles per day in the Weald and North Downs. Meeting at Raynes Park station, we follow a hilly and undulating route to Rye. Saturday's ride is much flatter along the coast and inland to Flimwell. Sunday features more pretty Weald countryside before returning to Raynes Park.
12th August 2021 (5 days)
A moving on tour averaging 55 miles per day and 2,500ft of ascent, although Day 1 is 71 miles. We spend two nights on the Isle of Wight at Sandown, so can ride there without luggage. Highlights include The Devil's Punch Bowl, Isle of Wight, South Coast along to Worthing and the iconic Box Hill climb.