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Wells next the sea to The Nelson Loop

Wells- next- the-sea ‘The Nelson Loop’ A 21 mile cycle route which takes on a tour of the beautiful Norfolk countryside where Lord Nelson grew up. The route takes you through pretty villages and on route you will visit places where

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Norwich to Aylsham to Marriotts Way Off Road Trail

  Norwich to Aylsham – ‘Marriott’s Way’ A 26 milecycle route off road trail At 26 miles this is one of the longest traffic-free routes in the country. Taking you from the centre of Norwich to Aylsham via Reepham. Mostly easy,

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Aylsham Near Norwich to Hoveton to The Bure Valley Trail

Aylsham to Hoveton – The Bure Valley Cycle Route An easy flat 9mile cycle route which takes you along the railway path from Aylsham Station to Hoveton along the scenic Bure Valley following the route of one of The Great Eastern

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Norwich to Norwich Riverside Bike Ride

Norwich Riverside Ride A 2 mile return route cycle route which takes you along a riverside path along the River Wensum which is nearly all traffic free. It is an easy flat route and ideal cycle ride for a leisurely afternoons

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Grafham Water to Near Huntingdon

Grafham Water Loop Near Huntingdon A 10 mile cycle route which is fairly flat and along a lakeside trail made up of various surfaces. Ideal for a family cycle ride or a leisurely days cycle ride. Grafham Water is situated approximately

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Colchester to Clacton on Sea

Colchester to Clacton on Sea A flat 18 mile cycle route Which takes you from the historic town of Colchester along country lanes and ‘B’ roads to the old sea side resort of Clacton on Sea. The route is fairly flat

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Cambridge to Duxford Air Museum

Cambridge to Duxford Imperial War Museum A 12 mile – one way cycle route which takes you from Cambridge out along country lanes and ‘B’ roads to the world famous Imperial War Museum at Duxford Airfield. The route is fairly flat

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Cambridge to Newmarket Via Anglesey Abbey

Cambridge to Newmarket via Anglesey Abbey A 16 mile linear cycle route which takes you along mainly ‘B’ roads through the lovely English countryside to the market town of Newmarket. Along the way you can call at the Historic Anglesey Abbey.

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Woodbridge to Saxmunham

Woodbridge to Saxmundham This ride is approximately 16 miles long and takes you from Woodbridge out into the Suffolk countryside cycling along ‘B’ roads and country lanes with the aim of trying to avoid as much traffic as possible. Very

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East Tilbury to Tilbury Fort

East Tilbury to Tilbury Fort. This ride is approximately 5 miles long , a flat ride takes you from East Tilbury past the historic Coalhouse Fort then west along the estuary towards Tilbury Power Station before bringing you back out

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Kessingland to Southwold Pier

Kessingland to Southwold Pier This cycle ride is Approx 11 miles long from the seaside village of Kessingland (2 miles south of Lowestoft) out into the beautiful Suffolk countryside through the villages of Rushmere and Wrentham and then back to

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Bury St Edmunds to Circular Tour

Bury St Edmunds Circular Tour of the surrounding villages. This cycle ride is Approx 19 miles long taking you out from the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds into the surrounding countryside passing through some lovely rural village along

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Newmarket to Circular Tour

Newmarket Circular tour This cycle ride covers about Approx 14 miles, taking you from the market town of Newmarket (famous for horse racing) out into the beautiful Suffolk countryside. Along the route you will pass through some lovely villages such

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Norwich to Claxton

Norwich to Claxton This ride is approximately 10 miles long taking you out of the city of Norfolk, quickly into the surrounding countryside of The Broads along a flat route to the village of Claxton. Starting from Norwich City Football

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Kings Lynn to Wisbech

King’s Lynn to Wisbech This ride is approximately 18 miles long and takes you from the football stadium at King’s Lynn out across the Fenlands and Broads of Norfolk, through rural villages using country lanes and ‘B’ roads to make your

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Cromer Circular Route to Via Mundesley Southrepps

Cromer Circular Route via Mundesley, Southrepps and Northrepps. This route is approx 16 miles long taking you from the Victorian seaside resort of Cromer with its famous pier out along the Norfolk coast to Mundesley and then back to Cromer

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East Bergholt Circular Tour to Via Flatford Mill

East Bergholt Circular via Flatford Mill This cycle ride is approximately 13 mileslong and takes you from the picturesque village of East Bergholt out into the Suffolk countryside, home of the famous 18th century painter John Constable and his paintings

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Horning to Horning

Norfolk Broads circular. An 11 mile flat route around the Broads and waterways of Norfolk, taking using quiet lanes and tracks and passing through picturesque villages and hamlets. Very short detours off the circular route at Barton Turf and Irstead

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Great Yarmouth to Great Yarmouth Circular

Great Yarmouth – Burgh Castle Circular – 23 miles Along roads and country lanes suitable for road bikes on an all tarmac route. Virtually flat route. Suggested start of cycle ride is The Britannia Pier, South Beach Parade, Yarmouth. Great

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Shotersham to Shotersham

Shotersham Loop (about 20 miles south of Norwich). Pretty flat route (even Norfolk isn’t totally flat!) approx 10 miles. Taking in quiet lanes and a very short detour allows you to examine the the old Roman settlement of Venta Icenorum.

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Lands End to John OGroats to Off Road Route submitted by Stewart Black

  Land’s End – John O’Groats off road route 21 Days (South to North) – Based upon James Spencer and David Broddle route by Stewart Black, 2010 Background This route is entirely indebted to James Spencer’s route, and the encouragement

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