There are a growing number of "official" long-distance cycle routes in the UK, many (but not all) part of the Sustrans National Cycling Network. They are generally named, and signed.
- "Day-out" short routes should be submitted in the Recreation and Sports category for your locality.
- Travelogues for a named route may be submitted to that route's sub-category; otherwise, please use the Cycling/Travelogues category.
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Sustrans :: National Cycle Network
Information about, and interactive mapping for The National Cycle Network; provided on the official Sustrans website.
Coast & Castles Bike Ride
The route runs from Newcastle to Edinburgh, and forms part of National Cycle Network Route 1. General information and photographs.
Cycle Routes - SE Scotland and NE England
Detailed descriptions and maps of cycle routes in southeastern Scotland and northeastern England. Includes a collection of reports of tours outside the area.
Cycle Touring Club (CTC) :: Routes
Resources from the CTC for leisure cyclists; includes downloadable county maps, information about longer routes and public transport links, and their resources for sale. [Some of their resources are for member access only.]
A guide to long distance cycling in the UK; includes route maps and guides, elevation profiles, relief maps, accommodation listings, and advice sections.
Offers independent guides to several long-distance routes on the National Cycle Network, including the Pennine Cycleway, Hadrian's Cycleway, and The Three Rivers route; also describes Sustrans and its programme.
Cycletouring in Wales and the Welsh Borders
The bicycling resource for cyclists visiting Wales. Biking travel and cycle-touring information.
Great Glen Bikes Route Information
Information about cycling holidays between Fort William and Inverness.
John O'Groats Bike Transport
Bike taxi and courier service; offers details of services, pricing, and contacts.
A multi-purpose route for cyclists and walkers, through the South Wales valleys and the Brecon Beacons. Includes maps, guide, and useful links.
A cycle and walking route from Braunton to Meeth, using the old railways of North Devon, in the countryside described by Henry Williamson in ‘Tarka the Otter’. Includes a guide and news.
The British Waterways guide to canal towpaths for cyclists; includes details of long and short routes, and online application and conditions for a free cycle permit (essential).
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