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Our region has pretty much everything you will need to get you or other people on their bike!
Think of The Cycle PaD (Portal and Directory) as The Yellow Pages for 'everything cycling'.

We have organisations, businesses, clubs, societies and individuals who can all help you get that bit more out of cycling. Whether you are looking for where to hire and bike, how to train for a ride, or are just on the first steps (or is that pedals!) of cycling, or fancy a holiday it will be listed here.

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A Little Ditty About 'There is no such thing as road tax!' - The Misk Hills Mountain Rambler

Every great story deserves a folk song ...! When Emma Way gloated that she had knocked off a cyclist and then commented that cyclists didn't pay road tax ... She failed her accountancy exam ... THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS ROAD TAX ... Just vehicle excise duty ... So lets learn to love Emma for making everyone aware of that!! FREE DOWNLOAD ...http://www.reverbnation.com/miskhills... ©miskhillsmountainramblerIII

A Tour of Northumberland Villages

Longer video clip taken on a local cycling circuit passing through some of the small Northumberland villages.

Across the Merse to Duns -route 4

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Circular Cycle Ride from Berwick Upon Tweed - part of a set of 5. The Main Route ( ). Follow the Pennine Cycleway (NCN68) out of Berwick to Paxton,and then along country lanes through Hutton, Allanton and Edrom to Duns. Return to Berwick via Whitsome, the Chain Bridge and East Ord. 35.7 miles
ActivCycles

ActivCycles

Our family run business has a fully equipped workshop for servicing and repairs on all makes of bicycles, and an extensive range of bikes and accessories for sale.
Active4seasons

Active4seasons

Your host is Ollie Jay, a qualified teacher of Outdoor Education (PGCE from Bangor, North Wales) with a BSc in Exercise and Health; a National Governing body qualified instructor for sea and inland kayaking (level 4 coach), open canoeing (level 3 coach), climbing & abseiling (SPA holder), mountain biking, skiing and dinghy sailing. With 20 years experience of coaching and instructing a wide range of activities and clientele, Ollie is also a member of the Institute of Outdoor Learning (IOL). By far the most experienced and qualified guide in the area.

Alnmouth / Warkworth Loop

This route links two of Northumberland's loveliest villages. Alnmouth, with it's single main street leading to the mouth of the River Aln, and larger Warkworth which sits on the River Coquet with it's ancient gateway and bridge, fine village centre and towering castle. The route is 50% quiet lanes, and 50% cycle path off the road, and is particular suitable for novice riders. Distance - 10.5 miles (can be halved). Suitable for all bike types.

Alnwick Castle and The Alnwick Garden

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