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Cycle Routes in the UK
  There are a number of useful sites for cyclists of all abilities.
We have brought some of them together on this page and hope you find them useful.



Cycle-Route.com Cycle-Route.com

Cycle Route is a great site for finding cycle routes, mountain bike trails and single track that has been tried and tested. Add your own routes using the new cycle route planner or the traditional step based cycle route planner. Comment on other routes that you have tried, give them a rating and help others decide where to cycle.
Cycle-Route.com

Cycle-routes.org Cycle-routes.org

Information on routes within the National Cycle Network as well as the NCN itself and the people behind it, Sustrans.
Cycle-Routes.org

Bike For All Bike For All

All things cycling related with a special section for routes, route planners and the National Cycle Network.
Bikeforall.net

Sustrans Sustrans

Sustrans is the co-ordinator of the hugely popular National Cycle Network. Offering over 10,000 miles of walking and cycle routes on traffic-free paths, quiet lanes and traffic-calmed roads, 75% of the UK population now lives within two miles of a route! The Network is well signed, connecting towns and villages, countryside and coast throughout the UK.
National Cycle Network

Lake District Outdoors Lake District Outdoors

Walking, climbing, mountaineering, road cycling, mountain biking, sailing, canoeing, kayaking - the list goes on! It's all here in the Lake District and Cumbria. Great outdoor activities, in stunning scenery, with accommodation for all needs and budgets, great local food and drink, easy access from the rest of UK, do it yourself or with professionals.
Lake District Outdoors

Cycling in the Scottish Borders Cycling in the Scottish Borders

Think of the Scottish Borders and think of big spaces: heather-clad hills rising to over 2700 feet, hundreds of square miles of forests and woodland, lochs and rivers. Wherever trees and hills abound, mountain bikers and cyclists won‘t be far away. With a population of just 100,000 and plenty of roads that carry very little traffic, you‘ll soon realise the Borders is a real paradise for cyclists.
Visit Scottish Borders.com

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