There are miles of countryside waiting to be explored on two wheels in the South West. Here's our guide to biking and cycling in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset.
The woodland trail will lead you through beautiful forest and along old carriage drives that were created by the Bankes family. The flat route is accessible for walkers, runners and cyclists of all ages and abilities.
Whatever your experience as a cyclist, there's bound to be a trail to suit at Lanhydrock. Enjoy the ride through woodland and choose from a range of flat or hillier routes.
Head out from Baggy Point and join up with the Tarka Trail along the Taw river estuary towards Barnstaple.
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.
This two mile trail through woodlands and beside the Plym estuary is perfect for a family bike ride with plenty of picnic stops on route.
Get cycling at Penrose: find out where the best tracks for trikes are or the best bridleways for the more advanced cyclist here.
Enjoy a gentle ride and stunning views across the north Devon coast.
Follow the the scenic cycle trail through Leigh Woods to get stunning views across Bristol.
The re-designed Plym Ridge Ride is now open - so get on your bike and get pedalling
You can hire bikes, helmets and other cycling gear at some of our places.
Running on roads is great, but running on trails through countryside and parkland is definitely the way to go. Here are a selection of organised runs, trails and running events across the South West.
We're working to reverse the damage that human activity has wreaked on nature in the South West over the last fifty years or so.