Off-road cycling

Off-road cycling

Up hills and down dales, mountain biking and gravel riding are a hugely popular outdoor activity

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Public Rights of Way

Did you know, we show over 220,000 km of public rights of way on our maps? Approximately 170,000 km of these are footpaths and 40,000 km are bridleways. Over 4,600 km are National Trails and 30,900 km are recreational routes!

Top tips for cycling locally

Cycling is a great way to your local area and enjoy the great outdoors. We’ve pulled together some top tips to help you get back on your bike and make the most of your time on two wheels.

The Kintyre Way by bike

The Kintyre way; 100miles of waymarked, unexplored natural beauty in the Kintyre peninsula that stretches from Tarbert to Machrihanish. Known for being a long-distance walking path, recent changes mean it's now rideable too.

Best parks for cycling in London

London has gained a justified reputation as one of the greenest cities in Europe. Despite its size, the city has managed to cram in a huge amount of green spaces, many of which are ideal for a day’s cycling.

The Isle of Mull – The Long Way Around

While planning to circumnavigate Iceland by bicycle (3000km in 20 days) I found myself in Western Scotland and looking for a long ride which I could use to train my body for the upcoming challenge. A demanding cycle, worth every minute for the beautiful scenery.

10 traffic-free cycling routes from London

London isn’t always the first place that springs to mind when it comes to group cycling. But with canals, towpaths and green spaces galore, there are a surprising number of traffic-free cycling routes that are perfect for families and groups.

A guide to Bikepacking

Up for a new adventure? How about a spot of bikepacking. Read our quick guide to find out what it is and what you need to take with you.

Tips for tandem cycling

GetOutside Champion Jude loves riding tandems and regularly takes out visually impaired riders. Discover her top tips for getting started.

Three of the best cycling routes in the South Downs

Whether you're looking for family friendly rides or challenging endurance rides, there's something for everyone in the stunning South Downs National Park.

​Mountain biking in Dartmoor: top routes

With miles of moorland, Dartmoor National Park is perfect to explore on a bike. Discover a selection of the best routes and find one that suits you.