Pedal your way through UK

A cycling holiday in the UK is a unique opportunity for you to discover and experience the real British countryside up close and at your own pace. Besides, cycling is healthy, tranquil and gives you the perfect opportunity to discover the small details that you would never have seen.

If you’re up for some long distance cycling there’s many great cycle routes to choose from. These are our long distance cycling favorites (click on the names to read about the routes):
> Fakenham to Harwich
> London to Hastings
> Devon Coast to Coast

> More long distance routes

Scotland is blessed with an open landscape, spectacular scenery and has therefore one of the UK’s best cycling routes. If you want to cycle in Scotland, there’s plenty of routes for mountain biking, long distance, countryside and family friendly cycling.
> More information about cycling in cycling in Scotland

Are you looking for a more action-packed cycling holiday? Then mountain biking in Wales is the answer. Wales got some of the best spots for mountain biking with its forest, single and mountain tracks. Here’s the official guide for mountain biking in Wales.

Instead of taking the original sightseeing on double deckers, why not discover London by a guided bike tour and get the exercise at the same time. Cycling in London is cost-effective and brilliant if you want a break from all the hustle. In addition, it gives you the chance to see other sides of London. The big city offers numerous of pleasant routes through parks where you can stop and have a picnic.

Happy pedaling!

/Siska

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