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CHESHIRE

 

Circular routes, such asBiking the BackroadsandFruits of the Forest, range from really easy family rides to more challenging routes for those with energy to spare! TryGrit and Gears 2with highlights including the bridleway ride to Danebower Hollow from the Cat and Fiddle pub, the beautiful descent through the Cumberland Brook valley and leisurely ride along Wildboarclough. Former railway lines such as theWirral Wayand theBiddulph Valley Wayprovide safe, traffic-free cycling.  

Biking the Backroads13 miles, circularDownload

Fruits of the Forest15 miles, circularDownload

Cheshire Cheese Loop 17 miles, circularDownload

Crossroads and Congleton 20 miles, circularDownload

Cycling the Salt Ride17 miles, circularDownload

Hamlets and Hedgerows 14 miles, circularDownload

Heritage Loop 16 miles, circularDownload

River to Ridge22 miles, circularDownload

Signals and Saltmarsh 12 miles, circularDownload

 

 

Wrenbury to Marbury 12 miles, circular

Visit ancient villages and explore rural Cheshire. Further information
Information courtesy ofAA Insurance

 

Chester Cycleway176 miles, circular 

Chester to Acton Bridge 45 miles, linear

Acton Bridge to Bollington 35 miles, linear 

Bollington to Marton 20 miles, linear 

Marton to Shavington 20 miles, linear

Shavington to Beeston 43 miles, linear

Beeston to Chester 13 miles, linear

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Bolin Valley Cycle Trail24 miles, circular

The trail follows the course of River Bollin from its source in Macclesfield Forest to where it joins the Manchester Ship Canal near Partington.
An overview of the route

The main route from Macclesfield to the Ship Canal, in 5 sections:-
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail - section 1
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail - section 2
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail - section 3
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail - section 4
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail - section 5

A return route via rural lanes, in 5 sections:-
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail Return Route - section 1
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail Return Route - section 2
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail Return Route - section 3
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail Return Route - section 4
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail Return Route - section 5

An alternative return route, via the Mersey river valley, again in 5 sections:-
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail Alternative Return Route - section 1
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail Alternative Return Route - section 2
Bollin Valley Cycle Trail Alternative Return Route - section 3
Bollin Valley Cycle TrailAlternative Return Route- section 4
Bollin Valley Cycle TrailAlternative Return Route- section 5

Further information:Bollin Valley

 

 

MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS

Grit and Gears 14 miles, circularDownload

Riding the Ridges 17 miles, circularDownload

Delamere Loop 22 miles, circularDownload

 

 

WATERSIDE CYCLING

Rudyard Lake 4 miles, linear

Relive the Edwardian era on this easy route beside pituresque Rudyard Reservoir, source of the water for much of the Midlands' canal network.
Further information
Information courtesy ofAA Insurance

Beeston – Ellesmere Port21 miles

Hargrave The Canal Cruiser Cycle Ride6 miles

Forest Park to Westport Lake8 miles

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Chester circular route via Ellesmere Port12 miles
Further information

 

 

FAMILY CYCLING

Goostrey and Jodrell Bank 6 miles, circularDownload

The Wizard Trail13 miles, circularDownload

The Wirral Way 6 miles, linearDownload

Biddulph Valley WayCountry ParkFurther information