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Brailes Hill and Ascott Cycle Route15 miles, circular

Cycle tracks and vistas around the Vale of Feldon and over the Ironstone hills around Brailes Hill. The views are great and the tracks are good though largely soft and un-surfaced so it is best ridden in dry or frosty conditions. Download

Circuit from Burton Dassett Hills Country Park20 miles, circular

Make the most of those wraparound vistas from the hills of Burton Dassett before you embark on this 20-mile trail. It is a slightly strenuous route with several small climbs, so be prepared. But you will also have the reward of downhills! Along the way you circle the site of the Battle of Edgehill 1642, the opening encounter in the Civil War. Village pubs and shops provide refreshment stops. Visitor Guide to BurtonDassett Hills Country Park including 3 circular cycle routes (to Bishops Itchington, Farnborough and Tysoe) of between 8 and 20 miles, and 2 circular walks - the 1 mile Mill Lane Stroll and the 5 mile walk taking in Avon Dassett and Fenny Compton.  Further information

 

Warwick to Wellesbourne18 to 34 miles, circular

Through the Warwickshire countryside, along the valley of the River Avon before passing the watersidevillageofWellesbourne. Then cross to Chesterton Windmill before returning to historic Warwick. There’s a leaflet with full route description for this and other cycle routes and walks around and out from Warwick.  Further information

Cycle Routes around Stratford-on-Avon

Cycle routes have been developed by Stratford-on-Avon District Council to encourage leisure and recreational cycling in the District. These routes link historic towns and villages with places of interest, usually using quieter lanes and roads. Each route is signed and has a handy guide to take with you, which contains information about the places you will visit and a map of the route.

Cotswold and Feldon Cycle Routemiles, circular

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Shipston-on-Stour to Moreton-in-Marsh Routemiles, circular

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Shipston-on-Stour to Southam Routemiles, circular

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Shipston-on-Stour to Brailes14 to 21miles, circular

Cycle from the historic market town of Shipston-on-Stour, through rolling Feldon countryside and villages amid low lying hills. A shorter, 14-mile ride that is mostly easy going with some undulations, and an additional 7 miles that includes some challenging climbs. Great views of the Cotswolds en route and the optional longer circuit heads into the northernmost hills of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  
Further information
:Stratford-upon-Avon Tourist Information Centretic@discover-stratford.com

The Lias Line

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Stratford Greenway 16 miles, circular

Quiet countryside ride in which England's greatest Bard grew up. Further information
Information courtesy ofAA Insurance

North WarwickshireRoutes

Atherstone Cycle Route25 miles, circular

A 25 mile cycle route along quiet roads exploring the varied scenery of North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire. It encompasses the market towns of Atherstone and Market Bosworth, the historic Bosworth Battlefield, and Twycross.  Download

Coleshill Cycle Route33 miles, circular

The route starts in the historic town of Coleshill. The route takes in the historic landscape around Maxstoke, and Fillongly, the small town of Meriden, and George Eliot Country around Astley. The route includes a steep climb. Download

Polesworth Cycle Route24 miles, circular

Starting in Polesworth, the 24 mile cycle route explores rolling landscapes inNorth Warwickshireand Leicestershire, with its numerous and delightful village pubs. The Route includes a number of steep climbs. Download

KingsburyCycle Route35 miles, circular

Starting in Kingsbury, with the nearbyKingsburyWaterPark, this 35 mile route explores the delightful and varied historic countryside of theForest of Arden. The Route includes a number of steep climbs. Download

WATERSIDE CYCLING

Baddesley Clinton and Packwood House 10 miles, circular

Ride along towpaths that connected two old houses.  Further information

FAMILY CYCLING

Ryton Pools Country Park Cycle Route16 miles, circular

The guide details the 16 mile mountain bike route cycle route and and there are various cycle paths around the country park including short-cuts.  Further information

KingsburyCountryPark

Many miles of surfaced paths around the country park which has 15 lakes and a bridleway around the southern perimeter of the Park.  Further information