The ultimate British cycling tour, traversing the entire length of Great Britain, following the East coast of Scotland.
The ultimate British cycling tour, traversing the entire length of Great Britain, following the West coast of Scotland.
Coast to coast along the Hadrian's Cycleway from Ravenglass to South Shields.
A coast to coast cycle route that passes through the northern Lake District, the Pennines and descends to County Durham ending at Tynemouth.
Coast & Castles is a 200 mile route from Newcastle to Edinburgh, along a stretch of the North Sea Cycle Route
Coast to Coast from Morecambe to Bridlington via the fantastic southern Yorkshire Dales and York
A circular tour from Taunton taking in the best of Exmoor National Park - exposed moorland landscapes, and challenging and beautiful coastlines. Includes visits to Porlock (and the lovely Porlock Hill toll road climb), Lynmouth and Croyde on the coast, and Exford and Dulverton inland.
“This is the record of a journey from London to the Quantock Hills – to Nether Stowey, Kilve, Crowcombe and West Bagborough, to the high point where the Taunton-Bridgwater road tops the hills and shows all Exmoor behind, all the Mendips before, and upon the left the sea, and Wales very far off.” Edward Thomas
A glorious long weekender between Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons National Parks - taking in the hills, coastline, rivers, forests and exposed moorland in between...
A 3-4 day route in South-West Cornwall, based on stopping at some of the finest foodie establishments: producers; inns; delis; and hidden beach cafes. Includes some of the finest coastal roads, estuary landscapes, and green rolling farmland in the UK...
The North Coast 500 was created in 2014 by the North Highland Initiative. A circular tour in and out of Inverness, the route brings together around 500 miles of stunning coastal scenery, naturally following the main roads across the coastal edges of the North Highlands, and passing through places like Applecross, Ullapool, Durness, John O'Groats, Tongue, and Dornoch...
A three night unsupported cycle tour of Snowdonia National Park: exploring Wales’ theatrical valleys and highest peaks on and off the bike. This route passes through the Ogwen valley and also along the shores of Lake Cwellyn, offering access to all three areas of 3000ft Welsh Munro peaks: Tryfan, Snowdon et al.
This is a glorius circular route out of Abergavenny train station which stitches three of the routes from Jack Thurston's "Lost Lanes Wales" book together. You will find yourself touring along quiet single-track roads through Welsh valleys, following rivers, remote old churches and priorys, climbing the highest road in Wales (Gospel Pass) and spending time in the market town of Hay-on-Wye on the border...
A circular tour from Penrith train station - taking in the northeastern edges of the Lake District (to the foot of Kirkstone Pass) before heading north over the Pennines (Hartside Pass) and Hadrian's Wall, up to the forests and wilds of Kielder.
A 400km route hopping all of the Hebridean Islands: Barra > South Uist > North Uist > Harris > Lewis.
Catch ferries from Oban and Ullapool.
An off-the-beaten track route through the less explored parts of the Alps, linking high cols to valleys & towns via a mix of road & dirt tracks.
An adventurous 700km route linking the cities of Torino (Turin) and Nice, providing easy transport logistics at the start / finish.
Submitted by James Olsen