Browse routes

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

  • National Route 195

    Route 195 is known as the Deeside Way and follows the line of the Deeside Railway between Aberdeen to Ballater.

  • National Route 196

    Route 196 runs for 26 miles between the towns of Haddington and Penicuik.

  • National Route 2

    A long distance cycle route which, when complete, will link Dover in Kent with St. Austell in Cornwall via the south coast of England. 

  • National Route 20

    National Route 20 of the National Cycle Network will connect the River Thames at Wandsworth with Brighton. The route will join and follow National Route 21 at Redhill before branching off at Crawley and crossing the South Downs to Brighton.

  • National Route 207

    National Route 207 of the National Cycle Network connects South Brent in Devon with Dartington via Buckfastleigh.

  • National Route 21

    This route runs south from Greenwich out of London through Lewisham (the Waterlink Way) to Crawley, and then via East Grinstead and Eridge to Heathfield and Eastbourne.
    Please note: Much of the traffic-free on Route 21 is not suitable for a road bike. There are stretches through woodland without a tarmac surface which may require dismounting, as well as sections requiring bikes to be carried over a railway footbridge and kissing gates.

  • National Route 22

    National Route 22 of the National Cycle Network will connect Banstead (near Epsom) and Brockenhurst via Dorking, Guildford, Farnham, Petersfield, Havant, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight between Ryde and Yarmouth.

  • National Route 221

    Route 221 travels from West Byfleet to Brookwood along the Basingstoke Canal.

  • National Route 223

    Route 223 travels from Chertsey to Shoreham-by-Sea on main and quiet roads.

  • National Route 224

    Route 224 runs from Farnham to Medstead.

  • National Route 23

    This route runs from Reading to Southampton via Basingstoke, Alresford, Winchester and Eastleigh. 

  • National Route 236

    Route 236 runs from Cosham to Portchester and Southampton to Lyndhurst.

  • National Route 24

    National Route 24 of the National Cycle Network runs from Bath through Radstock, Frome, Warminster and Salisbury to join with National Route 23 at Eastleigh in Hampshire. Route 24 includes the Colliers Way, which connects Dundas Aquaduct and Frome.
    Please note: Diversion on route, see below

  • National Route 244

    This route is known locally as the Two Tunnels Greenway and is a traffic free path that connects Bath with Midford.

  • National Route 246

    Route 246 links Timsbury with Kintbury, via Andover.
     

  • National Route 248

    Route 248 will connect Honiton and Sidmouth. Most of the route is still under development.

  • National Route 25

    National Route 25 of the National Cycle Network links with Frome and National Route 24 at Longleat and runs south through Gillingham and Poole to Bournemouth on the Dorset coast.

  • National Route 250
  • National Route 253

    National Route 253 of the National Cycle Network - formerly Regional Route 41 - runs in a loop off National Route 25, taking in Blandford Forum, Shaftesbury, Gillingham (Dorset), Sturminster Newton and Okeford Fitzpaine.

  • National Route 254

    This route follows part of the Wiltshire Cycleway through the South Wiltshire Downs.

  • National Route 26

    National Route 26 of the National Cycle Network runs from Portishead on the Somerset coast to the Isle of Portland on the Dorset coast via Wells, Castle Cary, Yeovil and Dorchester.

  • National Route 27

    National Route 27 of the National Cycle Network is open and signed from Ilfracombe to Plymouth and is known as the Devon Coast to Coast cycle route.

  • National Route 270

    National Route 270 of the National Cycle Network connects Tavistock and Bere Alston via the northern part of Tavistock following the course of the old railway line. It also forms an alternative loop off Route 27 (Devon Coast to Coast) through Tavistock.

  • National Route 274

    Route 274 is a great ride through Dartmoor, starting south of Yelverton and finishing at Peter Tavy, where it links with Route 27.

  • National Route 276

    Route 276 runs from Berrynarbor to Bratton Fleming where you can join Route 3 which travels into Exmoor National Park. It provides an alternative route for the Devon Coast to Coast route.

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