Top 7 Cycling Destinations for Summer in the UK

Top 7 Cycling Destinations for Summer in the UK
A loop around Montrose Basin navigates the most picturesque parts of the Angus countryside. Birdwatchers will enjoy the route's bird populations, making it a joy to explore.

Yorkshire and the Humber
A popular destination for mountain bikers and casual riders, Dalby Forest offers both steep trails and leisurely walks. Extreme cyclists can enjoy table top jumps and obstacles at Dixon’s Hollow Bike Park.

East Midlands
Nottinghamshire's Clumber Park has always been a popular choice among bicyclists for its history and natural beauty. Hectares of floral gardens and lakeside paths make it a haven for visitors in the warmer months.

South West England
Bath's Two Tunnels Greenway, which consists of a disused railway line, offers a taste of both Georgian architecture and Somerset's natural beauty. The Devonshire tunnel leads to a wooded valley far removed from the urban bustle. Complete with interactive light and sound installations, the Combe Down Tunnel is a must for cyclists as well.

Spanning 186 miles along St. George’s Channel, the renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path covers limestone hills, glacial valleys and everything in between. With a variety of terrains, you can find a route that suits your level of cycling.

Northern Ireland
The Loughshore Trail is situated alongside the River Maine with rolling green fields throughout. Pass by the Deerpark Bridge and continue to Clotworthy House, which is home to some of Northern Ireland's most historically preserved gardens.

North East England
The Weardale Way in Durham allows cyclists to experience Cumbria's landscape without visiting the touristy spots. Durham City gives way to moorland and woodland in this 74-mile route.

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