Top Cycling Routes In The UK

From cycle lanes on the busy London roads to quiet pathways somewhere in Scotland, there are many places for cyclists to explore in the UK. If you enjoy fresh, open air and lush greenery, we are going to take a look at some of the best cycling routes that you should explore in the UK. So grab your sunglasses and bike helmet and let’s get started:

Top Cycling Routes In The UK

Great Flat Lode, Cornwall (12km)- if you want to learn more about the Cornish heritage and history, it is recommended to cycle through the Great Flat Lode route. It takes you through many historic spots, including the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, and Basset Mine Tramway. It’s a challenging route with multiple off-road tracks, heathland, and farmland.

Hackney To Epping Forest, Greater London/Essex (48km)- for people who live in the Greater London area, Hackney To Epping Forest is a favourite cycling route. You can peddle your way to the Essex countryside from the East End in Greater London. Urban dwellers can hop off their bicycles to enjoy their weekend. When you reach the lush woodlands of Epping Forest, enjoy a lunch in local cafés to refuel and then cycle back to London.

Settle Circular, Yorkshire (28km)- Settle Circular is a looping route that is perfect for cyclists who seek true challenges. There are two ascents that take you through the quaint villages and expansive countryside of northern England. The dramatic valleys, historic packhorse bridges, and beautiful limestone scenery of Yorkshire are definitely breath-taking. Consider resting in postcard-like villages along the route, including Grassington, Arncliffe, and Airton.

The Camel Train, Cornwall (27km)- this traffic-free route runs through the Padstow and Bodmin Moor in North Cornwall along an abandoned railway. You will cycle through Padstow, Wadebridge, Bodmin, until you finally reach the rugged landscape of Bodmin Moor. You can rent bikes in Padstow or Bodmin if you don’t bring your own.

Lock Katrine, Scotland (19km)- this circuit takes you around the pristine Loch Katrine, which inspired Sir Walter Scott for his work, The Lady of the Lake. The circumference of the route is right in the middle of Trossachs. The route is mostly single-tracked and the first 8km is quite hilly.

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