Cycle Routes

Routes are organised in order of distance (measured or estimated), starting with the shortest. Considerable effort has been made to ensure accuracy though this cannot be guaranteed. Route numbers generally relate only to the order in which they were added to the page. Cyclists are welcome to use the routes at their own risk.
To help you decide if you want to do one of the long rides, routes over 60 miles have been categorised as follows:

Category Description
F Largely Flat
F1 Flattish but with 1 challenging hill
F2 Flattish but with several long or challenging hills
U Longer and undulating
H1 Hilly/Long with 1 or 2 challenging hills
H2 Hard/Tough with challenging hills

Click on the route description below to see the route details and the map (if available).
There are links at the top of the map to allow you to look at further route information (including climb details) and also to be able to download GPX data.
For our list of Off-Road routes check this page.

NOTE: not all of the routes are in the new format yet, and may not be visible on this page; your website team are working on this… put “Route xxx” or just the number into the site search feature if you need to view a specific route.

 All rides are at your own risk. Please ensure that you have your own third party insurance (check your house insurance) and consider Cycling UK membership.