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SUFFOLK

 

The Millers Trail 12 or 23 miles, circular


Starting from the ancientvillage ofIxworththis cycle ride passes through the traditional agricultural landscape ofSuffolk, where windmills and watermills have been part of the landscape for hundreds for years. Enjoy the picturesque villages and explore the nature reserves and historic churches along the way. Download


The Jockey’s Trail6 or 28 miles, circular

This cycle ride starts fromNewmarket, racing capital of the world. Head out towards the fenland areas of Suffolk, once thriving inland ports dating back to Roman times, and return through the rolling chalk grasslands, paddocks and woodlands, amid the many stud farms. Along this route you can discover the ‘tragic tale of the flaming heart’, visit a 15th century Packhorse Bridge and take a stroll along the Roman road - The Devil’s Dyke. Download

 

Churches, Corpses and Country Lanes Trail.....miles, circular

Head south out of Carlton Colville into the gently rolling landscape ofSuffolk, with its picturesque villages, thatched and flint built churches. Next head towards the unspoiltSuffolkcoast, with its crumbling cliffs, salt marsh and rare plant and bird life. Discover a church within a church, take a tram ride, or stroll along a seaside pier.  Download

 

 

Heart of Suffolk Cycle Route 80 miles, circular

Free copy of route fromdiscoversuffolk@suffolk.gov.uk

 

 

The Suffolk Coastal Route88 miles, circular

Signed route from Felixstowe to Dunwich on quiet roads along the coast before looping inland via the market towns of Framlingham and Woodbridge. Download

 

 

Heaths Circular Ride13 miles, circular Download

 

 

King’s Forest Circular Ride13 miles, circular Download

 

 

The Painters Trail 69 miles, circular  

Quiet roads and cycle paths exploring locations that were made famous by local artists such as Constable, Munnings and Gainsborough. Download

 

 

Cycle around Alton Water

Around Alton Reservoir exploring the nature trail with its woodland ponds and bird hide on the south shore. Download

 

 

Newmarket Rides

Threecircular routes between Newmarket and Bury St. Edmunds

Moulton Circuit –The Travel and Trade Route8 miles

Gazeley Circuit –The Deer and Beer Route9 miles

Barrow Circuit –The Explorer’s Route8 miles
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Cycle South Suffolk

Six cycle routes of varying lengths which can be combined to make a longer ride. Routes include East Bergholt (birthplace of John Constable), Long Melford, Lavenham, the tudor building house The Guildhall of Corpus Christi, Sudbury Common Lands, Arger Fen, Dedham Vale, Hadleigh, Alton Water Reservoir, Gainsborough House and rides alongside the river Stour.All the routes is signposted.

Cycle South Suffolk - Lavenham22 miles, circular

Cycle South Suffolk - Shotley30 miles, circular

Cycle South Suffolk Cycle Route - Bures30 miles, circular
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More Cycle Rides in Suffolk

Around Eye9 or 21 miles, circular


The rich architectural history of Eye following the Town Trail Walk then further afield then by bicycle through villages and countryside. Download

The Brewery Tour13 miles, circular
Loop from Bungay to Homersfield past St Peter's Brewery, Batemans Barn and the historic HomersfieldBridge.
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The Saints Tour16 miles, circular
Starting from Bungay theroute travels to Rumburgh via Ilketshall St Andrew. The final, shorter leg, returns you to Bungay via Ilketshall St Margaret.
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Beccles South Loop19 miles, circular
Beccles South Loop with optional spurs to Halesworth and Southwold
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Three Rivers Loop23 miles, circular
Spend the day enjoying this 23 mile circular cycle route, starting in Beccles, visiting Raveningham craft centre, Reedham Ferry and Loddon
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Godric Way24 miles, circular
Cycle through the magical landscape which is theWaveneyValleywith its many historical buildings, churches and nature reserves along the way.
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FAMILY CYCLING

The King’s Forest Ride: West Stow Country Park


Two circular routes through forest, heathland and farmland. Further information

 

Thetford Forest

Family and beginner rides on wide open trails and good surfaces to more advanced single track rides:

Green Route: Beginners and family route6 miles (or less), circular

Blue Route: Easy to moderate8 or11 miles, circular

Red Route:11 miles, circular

Black Route: 10 miles, circular

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