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5 great cycle route ideas

Last modified on 2011-07-19 12:32:41 GMT. 0 comments. Top.

The UK is full of great cycle routes, from historical tours, to journeys that show off the best of the British countryside. So we thought we’d round-up a few of our favourite cycling locations to give you some ideas for your next cycle trip.

Remember you can plan out any of these cycle routes using Trailzila, just head over to our find a trail map, input the location and away you go.

5 great cycle route ideas

Norfolk

Try plotting a route that winds its way through the market town of Aylsham and takes in Blickling Hall, a magnificent 17th century Jacobean house.

Lincolnshire

There’s some stunning cycle routes around Lincolnshire. A good idea is to plot a route along the railway that links Lincoln to Kirkstead Bridge.

Isle of Man

You can cycle around the Isle of Man very easily. A great route to take is the Castle Town route that takes in Castle Rushen, St Michael’s Fort and the water-powered carousel at Silverdale.

Cumbria

The Lake District’s beauty is unmissable if you take a route from Wast Water to Stanton Bridge. It’s a 12 mile journey, so make sure you’re well prepared.

Yorkshire

Try taking a route along the Leeds and Liverpool canal. A good 13 mile cycle can take you from the middle of Leeds city centre into the rustic charms of Yorkshire countryside and toward the Victorian village of Saltair.