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Buzzard - Route 2

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. Description: Follows the existing National Cycle Network, R.68 and R.10, to Greenhaugh in a circular route along quiet country lanes
Hadrians Cycleway (NCN 72)

Hadrians Cycleway (NCN 72)

Fast becoming the second most popular long distance cycle route in the country. A classic coast to coast route which can be added to the C2C, PCW 68, HCW to make bigger longer rides.
haydon bridge cycle routes

haydon bridge cycle routes

These three routes, one of which offers two optional loops, give the chance to explore the countryside and quieter roads in and around Haydon Bridge and the Tyne Valley. The ascents and descents of the valley sides offer cyclists some fairly challenging exercise which is rewarded by excellent panoramic views of the valley, Hadrianā€™s Wall and beyond. All the routes start at The Bridge Community Library and Visitor Information Point in the centre of Haydon Bridge, where cyclists can obtain further information prior to the ride. The routes are chiefly on quiet country roads with some off-road sections, which are nevertheless suitable for most types of bicycle.
Mid Tyne Cycling Routes - Wark

Mid Tyne Cycling Routes - Wark

Three do-in-a-day cycle routes
The Coast & Castles Cycle Route (NCN Route 1)

The Coast & Castles Cycle Route (NCN Route 1)

Incredibly scenic and relativley easy going route along the Northumberland Coast.
The Pennine Cycleway North (NCN Route 68)

The Pennine Cycleway North (NCN Route 68)

Still a relativley undiscovered classic route through the centre of Northern England

The Reivers Cycle Route (NCN Route 10)

A lesser known coast to coast than the C2C, the Reivers route takes you to the interior of Northumberland and Cumbria, with a foray into Scotland.

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