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THE full programme for Portsmouth Cycle Forum’s spring and summer guided rides has been released.

The rides are open to cyclists of all abilities, young or old, fast or slow.

Each is guided by an experienced, trained leader and will move at the pace of the slowest rider.

The idea is to give cyclists the chance of Portsmouth and its surrounds in a different way and at a relaxed pace.

The next is at Farlington Marshes on Thursday, May 30, beginning at The Good Companion at 5.30pm.

It will take in the marshes and a walk around the nature reserve.

Later is TEO – the annual cycle around Southsea to look at the work of the famous Victorian architect Thomas Ellis Owen.

It takes place June 19, at 5.30pm and begins at the Guildhall Square.

There will be many family-friendly events over the spring and summer.

The forum acts as a voice for cyclists in Portsmouth.

For more information go to pompeybug.co.uk.