Take a ride for Bike Week

From coastal trails to mountain and forest tracks, here is your guide to some of the best cycling routes to explore in Britain this Bike Week.

Published: June 13th, 2018 at 12:24 pm
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This week marks the annual Bike Week, which is taking place from the 9-17 of June. Bike Week aims to get people all over the UK cycling – whether its for getting to work or just for fun. To celebrate Bike Week, here’s a range of cycle routes around the UK for you to take part in.


Best coastal bike rides

Take a ride along Britain’s beautiful coastline. There's around 6,700 miles of cycle routes following the coast around England, Scotland and Wales. If you're lucky enough to live near a coast, chances are there's an impressively scenic route near you.

Northumberland Coast: Almouth to Druridge Bay ©Getty

Bike rides through national parks

Take a leisurely ride while exploring Britain's impressive national parks. Britain's national parks boasts some incredible scenery and some of its rarest wildlife. Cycling is one way to see more during your visit.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs: Callander to Killin ©Getty
Top rides through Areas of Outstanding National Beauty

Take a ride to discover some of Britain's most stunning areas. Areas of outstanding national beauty are some of the UK's most impressive and most loved places. If you're after a scenic ride, these are definitely worth looking at.

Causeway Coast Cycle Route ©Getty
Cycle routes you can walk

Bikeless on Bike Week? Some routes can be enjoyed without a bike. Here are some bike routes that are great to walk too:

Rainham Marshes<strong>, </strong>Greater London ©Getty
Cycling holidays

Why not make a week of it? The amount of stunning routes available means that you might be forced to pick one for the day, rather than enjoy many. There are a number of areas that are home to a range of great routes. Take a look at our guide of the best places to visit for a cycling holiday.

The Camel Trail, Cornwall ©Getty

For more information on Bike Week visit: bikeweek.org.uk


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