Mother’s Day has its roots in ancient Greek festivals. Honouring Rhea, wife of Cronus and mother of many deities in Greek mythology. Ancient Romans held a spring festival, dedicated to Cybele, mother goddess of Rome. Early Christians celebrated a Mother’s Day festival on the fourth Sunday of Lent to honour of the Virgin Mary. In England, the holiday was expanded to include all mothers and called Mothering Sunday.
Don’t leave your Mother’s Day plans to the last minute. There are many ways in which to celebrate. You can give cards, flowers, chocolates, breakfasts, brunches, lunches, and dinners either at home, at a café or a restaurant.
What better way to do this than hire an ebike for the day or weekend and cruise around the countryside with ease. Taking in all the beautiful sights, stopping at a pub for lunch or a nice café for tea and scones along the way, ensuring your Mum a wonderful experience and turning the day into a one-day adventure in discovering some of England’s hidden gems.
Alternatively, you could buy a cycle route that can be taken when it suits, we have devised several easy to follow routes so you can explore at your leisure and not worry about losing your way.
You may also like the Ponds View Tour. A 12 mile guided tour past Stourhead in Wiltshire. Through beautiful woodland where you might see snowdrops, or bluebells or maybe even a daffodil depending on the time of year.
This is a leisurely ride which will take approximately three hours. Giving you the opportunity to really appreciate the ebike.
Does your mum already have a bicycle? Maybe she would like some new panniers. Perhaps a nice basket for her touring bike. If she has a mountain or hybrid bike she may need a set of mudguards, lights or a new drinks bottle. Or how about Green Fizz to make washing down her bike a doddle!
Does she like the outdoors and walking? Treat her to a healthy back bag. We have many products to look through for inspiration.
For more information and to book Call 01256 353465 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements