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

  • This 151 mile challenge route links Walney Island on the south western tip of Cumbria's Irish Sea coast with the mouth of the River Wear on the North Sea coast (or Whitby), following National Route 70 (and National Route 165).

  • A spectacular coast to coast cycle route passing through both the red rose county of Lancashire and the white rose county of Yorkshire.

  • A wonderful route that uses an old railway line and takes you from Spofforth to Thorp Arch in Yorkshire.

  • The Wykebeck Way is a well signed route that uses quiet roads, cycle tracks and parkland paths through the Wyke Beck Valley.

  • This beautiful ride starts from the historic and picturesque city of York, a must on most UK visitor's itineraries, and wends its way north towards the impressive Beningbrough Hall.

  • This stunning ride is perfect for families and those new to cycling. The route takes you south from the ancient walled city of York along the River Ouse and down a traffic-free converted railway path, passing historic parks, sculptures, bridges and the solar system! This route forms part of the Trans Pennine Trail.

  • This great route runs across the flat, arable landscape of the Vale of York to Ricall and onto Selby.

  • The route heads west from Beverley to Market Weighton and Pocklington, as far north as Malton, across to Bridlington in the east and then back through Driffield, passing through 47 East Riding towns and villages.