If you are up for a challenging multi-day cycle route adventure or are simply looking for that leisurely bike ride for the whole family, there are a multitude of routes that make up the National Cycle Network just for you.
If multi-day bike rides are what you are interested in, then look no further.
With 174 miles of England’s countryside, Roman forts, museums and attractive market towns this is a challenging adventure but one will impressive views.
Bath to Bournemouth
This route begins in Bath passing through the UK’s longest cycle and walking tunnel at Combe Down. IF you are looking for a cycle trip that will take you along the Bournemouth beaches and stunning views of the Isle of Wight then look no further.
Oban to Campbeltown
Get your chance to explore the spectacular Scottish scenery with a physically demanding challenging hill climbing cycle route.
Are you interested in spring day rides?
Chew Valley Loop
This route takes you out of the busy streets of Bristol and into the Somerset countryside.
London’s Docklands and Lea Valley
You can escape the bustling city and cycle from Greenwich Maritime World Heritage site to Lea Valley cycling along Regent’s Canal towpath, a tranquil waterway in the heart of London.
Are you looking for an adventure that you can take with your family?
Comber Greenway, Northern Ireland
This seven-mile traffic free route follows the old disused railway from Belfast to Comber.
The Clay Trails, Cornwall
These trails consist of multiple routes so you have the freedom to go whatever distance you’d like.
Find out more about all the route that the National Cycle Network offers here.