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We've all had to find new ways to get outside and explore locally. And there's no better way to do that than by setting yourself a challenge, big or small, but something that will entertain you is a must! Mountain Bike guide Julia tells us how she's been doing just that.
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.
GetOutside Champion, Debs Butler loves cycling to work. Come rain or shine she's does her journey by bike. Here’s her 7 tips for an enjoyable cycling commute to work.
We teamed up with Sustrans to create a FREE layer in the OS Maps Web. That’s 16,575-miles of traffic-free and quiet on road cycling and walking routes to explore!
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.
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.
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.
The Hebridean Way, Sustrans route 280, isn't one I'd heard of until recently, but the exposure to brutal Atlantic winds and endless roads through breath-taking landscapes fuelled my urge to do it!
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.
OS #GetOutside Champion and cycling guidebook author, Jack Thurston, takes us on a journey along his ten favourite lost lanes in the West Country.
Cycling is a great way of getting out there at low cost. OS champion Anna Hughes recently undertook a cycling adventure for less than £50, including transit, accommodation and food. Here’s how she did it.