Browse routes

With hundreds of routes to choose from, the National Cycle Network is a great way to discover the UK. 

  • National Route 4

    A long distance route between London and Fishguard via Reading, Bath, Bristol, Newport, Swansea, Carmarthen, Tenby, Haverfordwest and St. Davids.

  • National Route 403

    National Route 403 crosses the North Wessex Downs and Savernake Forest, linking Chippenham to Marlborough and the Kennet & Avon Canal.

  • National Route 41

    National Route 41 of the National Cycle Network is a long distance route that when complete will connect Bristol, Gloucester, Stratford-upon-Avon and Rugby.

  • National Route 410

    Route 410 is also known as the Avon Cycleway.

  • National Route 42

    National Route 42 of the National Cycle Network will run west from Gloucester through Cinderford to Chepstow and then north through Abergavenny to join National Route 8 at Glasbury with the option of passing through Hay-on-Wye

  • National Route 423

    Route 423 follows the former Regional Route 30 and the Peregrine Path from Cwmbran to Ross via Monmouth.

  • National Route 44

    Route 44 will eventually connect Shrewsbury in Shropshire with Cinderford in Gloucestershire.

  • National Route 45

    National Route 45 of the NCN links Chester with Salisbury via Whitchurch, Ironbridge, Bridgnorth, Droitwich Spa, Worcester, Gloucester, Cirencester and Swindon. 

  • National Route 46

    National Route 46 of the National Cycle Network will connect Bromsgrove to Neath when complete.

  • National Route 48

    National Route 48 of the National Cycle Network will run from Lincoln to Exeter with optional extensions over Dartmoor to Plymouth Hoe and northwards to Spurn Point.

  • National Route 482

    This route follows the Chiseldon to Marlborough railway path to provide an alternative route through the North Wessex Downs south of Swindon.

  • National Route 57

    National Cycle Route 57, when complete, will run West to East, from Cricklade in Wiltshire to Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire.

  • This ride is mainly traffic-free with no steep gradients and takes in a variety of landscapes from the flat marshes and cider apple orchards around Yatton, steep wooded valleys and a tunnel through the Mendips, to historic Axbridge and the spectacular Cheddar Gorge.

  • Beginning in Stonehouse in the Stroud Valley, this delightful traffic-free route follows the line of the old Midland railway and provides a welcome alternative to local busy roads.

  • The Tarka Trail is one of the country's longest continuous traffic-free walking and cycling paths, and forms part of the Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route.

  • The Cotswold Line will eventually connect Worcester and Oxford, but this shorter section travels between Honeybourne and Hanborough and showcases the beautiful Cotswold scenery at its best.

  • This ride in Mid Devon takes you from the bustling town of Tiverton to the picturesque village of Bampton.  On the way you pass the wonderfully gothic Knightshayes country estate, which is well worth a visit. 

  • From Cornwall to the River Avon the route takes you through the varied landscapes of the West Country.