National Cycle Network

It uses a disused railway line running near the River Spen between the towns of Cleckheaton, Dewsbury and Heckmondwike, eventually linking to Bradford. The route runs through densely populated...
18 March 2013
The Phoenix Trail comprises a series of 30 artworks sited over 5 miles between Thame and Princes Risborough. It was inspired by the old railway environment and the landscape looking out to the...
18 March 2013
Exmoor Benchmarks was a project to create a series of benches made from local materials, which reflect the characteristics of Exmoor along part of the West Country Way. Craftspeople Robert...
18 March 2013
cyclist on a ferry

There are currently four routes across the UK, EuroVelo Routes 1, 2, 5 and 12

Dunnottar Castle on National Cycle Network route 1
Cyclist look over Cullen
EuroVelo is the European cycle network and is managed by the European Cyclists' Federation in cooperation with national and regional partners - and we are the UK representative.  The vision of 15...
22 March 2013
Artist Tim Norris led students of Rycotewood to design a resting places or sculptures which reflects and compliments aspects of the passing landscape and local history. This follows the success...
18 March 2013
The sculptures on this route are some of the most ambitious artworks Sustrans has commissioned including works by internationally renowned artists Andy Goldsworthy and Tony Cragg. Plan your...
13 March 2013
The Chalk and Channel Way rises steeply to link the historic harbours of Dover and Folkestone along the famous white cliffs overlooking the English Channel to France. It passes the legendary...
18 March 2013
cyclist looks out to sea
C2C sign
Castle and cyclist - Hadrians cycleway
Long distance cyclist
The iconic long distance rides that the National Cycle Network is famous for. England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland and the Border Counties Land's End to John O'Groats...
22 March 2013
Bicycle sculpture, Sustrans Portrait Bench, Dumfries

Bicycle sculpture and portrait bench in Dumfries

The National Cycle Network has a huge collection of public art and created special places that you can visit again and again by foot or on your bike. We work with artists, schools and local...
12 March 2013