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OXFORDSHIRE

 

The Oxford Cycle Map

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Cycling in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds

Route 1: Sarsden Circuit6 miles.  Through the Evenlode Valley.  Download

Route 2: Bruern to BBOWT Nature Reserve14 miles, circular.  Cycle routepassing the site of an ancient abbey and visiting a secluded Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve.  Download

Route 3: Cotswold Line Explorer/Charlbury  16 miles, circular.  Quiet lanes passing through the ancientWychwoodForestarea and past a restored Cotswold sheepwash.  Download

Route 4: Cotswold Line Explorer/Moreton-in-Marsh19 miles, circular.  Up over Chastleton Barrow passing Chastleton House then the Rollright Stones. Catch the train back or return gently along theEvenlode Valleyvisiting Evenlode and Adlestrop. Download

Route 5: Ancient Stones and Old Manors19 miles, circular.  A chance to visit both Chastleton House and the Rollright Stones and then to Chipping Norton.  Download

Route 6:  Burford and The WindrushValley26 miles, circular.  Classic tour across wold and along valley.Explore WidfordChurchand the histories of the Fettiplaces, the Mitford Sisters and the Levellers.  Download 

Route 7: Bourton, Bulls and Beer26 miles, circular

Visit to theCotswoldFarmParkvia Bourton-on-the Water. Mostly quiet lanes. Download

Route 8:Living History, Wildlife, Hillforts and Halls39 miles, circular.  Up and over theEvenlodeValleypassing historic houses and villages and dropping into theWindrushValleyto visit awildlifePark. Download

Route 9: Charlbury and theSecretForest17 miles, circular.  Circling what remains of the ancientWychwoodForest, taking in the villages of Ascott under Wychwood, Leafield, Stonesfield, North Leigh and the small town of Charlbury.  Download

Route 10: The Windrush Valley Circuit17 miles.  Download 

Route 11: Cherwell Valley Ride18 miles. Circular route passes throughWoodstockand is accessible by train from Tackley railway station.  Download

 

North OxfordshireRoutesExploring hidden north Oxfordshire

Route 1: Three Counties Ride17 miles circular.  Cycle route on quiet roads, with shortcuts.Passing through Cropredy, Claydon, Aston Le Walls,Lower Boddington, Wormleighton, Fenny Compton, Farnborough, Mollington.  Download

Route 2: Cherwell Valley Ride18 miles circular

Cycle route on quiet roads, cycleways and bridleways.Passing through Kidlington, Begbroke,Woodstock, Tackley, Kirtlington, Bletchingdon, Hampton Poyle. Download

Route 3: Ironstone Villages Ride20 miles, hilly circular.  Quiet roads and surfaced tracks.Passing through Bodicote, Broughton, Shutford, Epwell, Sibford Gower,Lower Tadmarton, Bloxham. Download 

 

 

West OxfordshireRoutes

This is an old series of circular, on road touring routes published by West Oxfordshire District Council. Some details are now out of date but essentially the routes are all still there.

Burford to Bidbury34 mile circular route.  Download 

Burford to Southrop34 mile circular route.  Download 

Burford to Stow-on-the-Wold38 mile circular route. Download 

Chipping Norton to Moreton29 mile circular route. Download 

Chipping Norton to Shenington35 mile circular route. Download 

Chipping Norton to Witney 30 mile circular route. Download 

Witney to Bourton41 mile circular route. Download 

Witney to Kingham27 mile circular route. Download 

The Chiltern Heritage Trail25 miles, circular

The Chiltern Heritage Trail is a scenic cycle route around the Chiltern District.The routes have been divided into a series of sections linking the District's two towns and fourteen parishes and include some of the areas most popular tourist attractions and places of historic interest. The cycle route has been divided into three loops each covering approximately 25 miles. The routes are quite distinct in terms of scenery and character and each loop is named after a famous historical figure linked to the route.

Chiltern Heritage Trail - Harding Route (Yellow Route) 25 miles, circular

Chiltern Heritage Trail - Milton Route (Green Route)25 miles, circular

Chiltern Heritage Trail Hampden Route (Red Route)25 miles, circular

 

 

Hanson Way - Oxford to Abingdon and Didcot Cycle Route14 miles, linear

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WATERSIDE CYCLING

Cycling alongside the Oxfordshire Canal. Download