Countryside Access and Cycling
|Published: 15th June 2012 13:30|
One of the best ways to be healthy and get out and about in the countryside is by bicycle. It's green, healthy and fun!
There are a wealth of charming villages, scenes, byways and sites to be discovered and enjoyed. You can use a wide variety of planned cycle routes or by careful planning and research you can create your own cycling routes, many of which will get you off-road and away from the traffic or make use of quiet country lanes and dedicated cycle lanes.
The Countryside Access Team works with other Council departments, agencies, local cyclists clubs and forums to help improve cycling facilities through use of our bridleways, green lanes and sites to benefit cyclists of all ages and abilities.
So, get on your bike, explore, get fit, get healthy and have fun!
There is a mix of on-and off-road cycling and will use mainly surfaced tracks and quiet lanes and vary from 10 to 16 miles in length. These routes are aimed at keen and competent cyclists.
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