We care for lots of places across the country perfect for a bike ride. From cruising along the flat routes of Wicken Fen to tackling part of the Olympic road race at Box Hill, there’s something to suit everyone.
‘Go on a really long bike ride’ was chosen by our Kids’ Council as one of their top three activities, so we’ve come up with the best places for little legs (and longer ones too) to pedal around in the great outdoors.
Get wonderful views of Windermere from your saddle when you go cycling at Wray Castle in Cumbria.
Follow the the scenic cycle trail through Leigh Woods to get stunning views across Bristol.
With 20 miles of trails to explore, Clumber Park is perfect for beginner cyclists. Visit the beautiful landscape park with your family for a fun day exploring by bicycle.
There are over 300 acres to explore at Nostell Priory, Yorkshire, but if you're a beginner or you've only got little legs, there are plenty of flat paths to follow too.
Explore Stowe's parklands from the saddle, and see how many of the 40 temples and monuments you can see. There are routes made just for families and beginners.
The flattest part of the countryside is the perfect place for beginners and youngsters to try cycling. Wicken Fen, in Cambridgeshire, is very flat, and there's loads to see along the way.
Erddig has a flat riverside path and some woodland tracks to cycle along - just right if you're a beginner.
Take a trip to Castle Ward, and explore the 21-mile network of trails. There's something here for cyclists of all ages and abilities.
Bring your bike to the Wimpole Estate and you'll discover trails cyclists of all ages and abilities can enjoy.
Whether you're on the heath or the roads near the beach, the Studland Peninsula in Dorset is a great place to explore on your bike.
There's something for everyone on the cycle trails at Killerton Park. Rural tracks and quiet roads make it an ideal place for a day of exploring with your family.
Explore the family-friendly cycle trails at the Mottisfont Estate, perfect for a ride whatever your age or ability.
The cycle route at Malham Tarn takes you past stunning scenery, wildlife and picnic spots, and is suitable for all the family to ride.
Ready for an adventure? You can ride for 17 miles at the Ashridge Estate, in Buckinghamshire. There are also plenty of other paths that are perfect for cyclists of all ages and abilities.
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