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Shanklin – ‘The Sunshine Trail’

The Sunshine Trail one of The Isle of Wights best known cycle trails.. It is a leisurely 12 miles long so is suitable for cyclists of all abilities. Mainly along country roads with some off road sections along the way.

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Waltham Abbey to Tottenham and Return

This 14 mile cycle ride takes you from Waltham Abbey down the banks of The River lee to Tottenham Lock and return. The trail along the way is almost all traffic along the river side and the there is a mixture

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Oxford to Thrupp via The Oxford Canal

This cycle route takes you on an easy 9 mile ride from the centre of Oxford along a traffic free path along The Oxford Canal. The surface is typical of canal tow paths being a mixture of tarmac and crushed gravel

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Big Ben to The Tower of London

  Big Ben to The Tower of London A 4 mile cycle route which takes you along a route along the River Thames and past some of the most famous historic places in the world. The route is flat and mainly

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Eynsham Loop near Oxford to Oxfordshire Village Tour

Eynsham Loop – Oxfordshire village tour A 28 mile cycle route which takes you on a looped cycle route from the village of Eynsham through some of the lovely surrounding Oxfordshire country villages. The route is mainly along ‘B’ roads

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Oxford to Sandford Lock

Oxford to Sandford Lock A 3 mile cycle route along a relaxing route along the riverbank which takes you from the Nature Reserve Park at Grandpont southwards to Sandford Lock. Route is flat along the river tow path which is made

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Buckingham Palace to Kensington Palace

Buckingham Palace to Kensington Palace A 3 mile relaxed cycle route mainly traffic free through the iconic parks of London taking you from Buckingham Palace to Kensington Palace. Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British Royal Family. Originally known

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Rye to Winchelsea

Rye to Winchelsea An easy 3 mile cycle route which takes you from the small historic town of Rye to the nearby seaside town of Winchelsea. The route leaves Rye via the local roads and very quickly you find yourself cycling

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Paddington to Wembley to Grand Union Canal

Paddington Station to Wembley – Grand Union Canal A 7 mile cycle route which takes you along the Grand Union Canal traffic free tow path through central London to Wembley. On some canal tow paths you require a permit to cycle

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Pevensey to Circular Castle Tour

Pevensey – Circular Castle Tour A 13 mile cycle route which takes you on a circular tour around the area known as Pevensey Levels. On route you pass Herstmonceux Castle and return to Pevensey via the village of Wartling. The route

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Windsor Great Park to Windsor Castle

Windsor Great Country Park A 4 mile cycle route through Windsor Great Park. Windsor Great Country Park surrounds the grounds of Windsor Castle and is a great place for a fun family cycle ride with up to 4 miles of mainly

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Clayton to Plumpton Green to The South Downs Way

Clayton Village to Plumpton Green – ‘The South Downs Way’ An 8 mile cycle route which takes you from the village of Clayton along a part of The South Down Way to Plumpton where you leave the cycle trail and cycle

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Hammersmith Loop to via Fulham Palace

Hammersmith Loop via Fulham and Fulham Palace A 5 mile cycle route from the London suburb of Hammersmith the flat cycle route takes you through some quite suburban streets to Fulham Palace and then you return via a riverside route along

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Chichester to West Dean to The Centurion Way Regional Route No88

Chichester to West Dean ‘The Centurion Way’ – Regional Route No88 A 6 mile cycle route which takes you from Chichester along a dedicated traffic free cycle path, ‘The Centurion Way’ to West Dean. An ideal route for a family ride

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Queen Elizabeth Forest to Off Road Trails Nr Portsmouth

Queen Elizabeth Forest – Off Road Trails The Queen Elizabeth Forest is situated approximately 15 miles north of Portsmouth just off the A3 and is an ideal place for a family day out cycling. A 6 mile cycle route which takes

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Moors Valley Country Park Near Ringwood to Various Off Road Trails

Moors Valley Country Park near Ringwood – Off Road Trails A cycle route with up to 12 miles of various off road cycle trails for you to enjoy. Moors Valley Country Park situated just west of Ringwood off the A31 has

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Chiswick Loop to via Chiswick House and Gardens

Chiswick Loop via Chiswick House A 4 mile cycle route which takes you on a loop circuit of Chiswick via the historic Chiswick House and Gardens. The route is a flat cycle route along tracks and tarmac roads. There are numerous places

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Margate Harbour to Broadstairs The Seaside Ride

Margate Harbour to Broadstairs – The Seaside Ride An 8 mile cycle route which takes you from the harbour side at Margate to the seaside town of Broadstairs. Cycling along the sea front and coastal roads. A flat route along a

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Kingston Upon Thames Circular Tour to Via Richmond Park and Teddington Lock

Kingston Upon Thames to Teddington Lock A 6 mile cycle route which takes you on a looped tour around the area of Kingston Upon Thames. Kingston Upon Thames was one an ancient market town where Saxon kings were crowned and is

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Shoreham Harbour to Worthing via National Cycle Route No2

Shoreham Harbour to Worthing using part of National Cycle Route No2 The easy 7 mile cycle route takes you along a flat route from Shoreham Harbour along a mainly traffic free coastal route to Worthing. The ride starts from by Carat’s

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Rye to Bodiam Castle

Rye to Bodiam Castle A 15 mile cycle route which takes you from the historic sea town of Rye to the magnificent Bodiam Castle. Cycling along country lanes and ‘B’ roads, the route has some rolling hills along the way but

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Wimbledon Common Circular to The Wombles Ride

Wimbledon Common –‘ The Wombles Ride’ – 7 miles. A cycle ride which takes you round the common and over into Richmond Park before returning via some roads and back on Wimbledon Common. You will find that most of the

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Richmond Bridge Circular Ride to Via Ham

Richmond Bridge to Ham – Circular Return Route. – 5 miles This cycle ride takes from Richmond Bridge along the river bank to Ham and then returns via different route. It is approx 5 miles long mainly along compacted trails

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Sevenoaks to Bough Beech Reservoir Wildlife Reserve

Sevenoaks to Bough Beech Reservoir Wildlife Reserve. A 12 mile including return journey cycle route taking you from the commuting town of Sevenoaks out along ‘B’ roads and country lanes to the wildlife Reserve at Bough Beech Reservoir. There are some hills

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Didcot to Oxford

Didcot to Oxford A cycle route of approximately 21 miles which takes you from Didcot through theOxfordshire countryside via some rural villages and Farmoor Reservoir and then on to the historic city of Oxford. This linear cycle route also offers

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Limehouse Basin London to Regents Park

London Limehouse Basin to Regents Park. Approx 11 miles. Flat canal tow path. Starting from Limehouse Basin, which is approx two miles east of The Tower of London on the same bank of the Thames. Limehouse Basin is the start

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Ashford to Canterbury

Ashford to Canterbury The Linear cycle route takes you from the busy Kent market town of Ashford 18 Miles through country lanes and Kent villages to the historic city of Canterbury. If you wish you can take the return journey

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Battersea Park to Kew Gardens

Battersea Park to Kew Gardens – 14 miles Cycling west mainly along the river bank taking you out west of London. On the ride you will pass many world famous sites and plenty of establishments for refreshments. I would recommend

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Eastborne to Eastbourne Marine

Eastbourne Seafront Ride to Eastbourne Marina and Return Ride Approximately 6 mile including return journey. This flat cycle ride along the seafront takes you from the seaside town of Eastbourne to the nearby new marina with its shops and café’s

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Lymington to Circular ride via new Forest

Lymington Circular Tour taking you via the lovely villages of Beaulieu, and Brockenhurst in The New Forest. – 22 miles This cycle ride is approximately 22 miles long. Along the way you cycle through Hampshire’s lovely rural countryside and the

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Hampton Court to Bushy Park

Hampton Court – Bushy Park. – 6 miles A quiet country style route which takes you along the Thames river bank east. And through parkland Start Hampton Court palace. From the river bank at Hampton Court Palace follow the riverside

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Polgate Cuckoo Trail to Heathfield

Polegate to Heathfield along The Cuckoo Trail. Dedicated cycle track. – 14 miles This extremely popular cycle way offers excellent traffic free cycling and is great for a family day out. Along the way you will you cycle past woodland,

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Cowes to Sandown

Cowes to Sandown:- Following the route of the old Cowes to Sandown Railway. Route uses part of National Cycle Route No 23. Mainly a dedicated cycle path, but you will encounter some riding on streets for a short distance through

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Poole to Christchurch Harbour

Poole to Christchurch Harbour entrance via Bournemouth. – 23 miles A totally tarmac route which basically follows the sea front from Poole to Christchurch Harbour entrance passing Bournemouth at the half way mark. Virtually flat. Mostly traffic free only traffic

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Richmond Park to Circular

Richmond Park – London – 5miles A leisure route suitable for beginners and families alike. Start at any point in the park that is convenient for you and cycle in any direction around the park. There are places to stop

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Rye to Circular

Rye – Mermaid Inn Circular. Covering Cliff End, Pett and Winchelsea. Enjoying sea views along the way. – 16 miles Sugested start point is the Mermaid Inn – Rye. As you look at the road from the car par of

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Edenbridge to Circular

Edenbridge Circular Route – 16 miles Route will take you on a circular route around the country suburbs of Edenbridge, Hever, Bough Beech, Idle Hill and Four Ems. Along ‘B’ roads and country lanes. Start – High St – Edenbridge

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Brighton Pier to Eastbourne

Brighton pier to Eastbourne – 26 miles A flatish route. On clear days a very pleasant leisurely ride taking in the sea air. If ridden on a windy or winters day it can be quite difficult battling against the weather.

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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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Salisbury to Stonehenge

Salisbury to Stonehenge. An 11 mile cycle route that takes you from the historic city of Salisbury along mainly country lanes and ‘B’ roads to what must be one of Britain’s most famous landmarks, Stonehenge. Standing magnificently on the crest of

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