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WORCESTERSHIRE

 

WorcesterCycle Guides

A series of five cycle routes in and around Worcesterive routes, covering areas to the north, south, east and west of the city as well as a city-based circular route.Each circular route features a mix of quiet lanes, off-road cycle paths and sections of bridleway to enable cyclists to explore their local area. Routes start from convenient locations around the city and some even include shorter route options for tired legs!

Overview map

Route 1:Broadheath – Hallow8 or 14 miles, circular

Starting and finishing at theUniversity ofWorcesterand covering a mixture of quiet lanes and bridleways. Download

Route 2:Crowle - Tibberton8 or 12 miles, circular

Starting and finishing at the Worcester Woods Countryside Centre and covering a mixture of quiet lanes and bridleways. Download

Route 3:Kempsey - Norton9 or 11 miles, circular

Two routes starting and finishing at Worcester Woods Countryside Centre. Both routes cover a mixture of quiet lanes and bridleways. Download

Route 4:Northwick - Ladywood7 or 11 miles, circular

There are two routes to choose from, both starting at finishing at the Pump House Environment Centre. Both distances cover a mixture of quiet lanes and residential streets. Download

Route 5:Worcester City9 miles, circular

Due to its circular nature, the route can be joined at any point and covers a mixture of quiet lanes and bridleways. Download

Mid Worcestershire Ring21 miles, circular

Journey through some of Britain's most beautiful and historic countryside. As part of the canal restoration project, a linear park has been created providing picnic sites and new stop off points for boaters, walkers and cyclists. Miles of towpath have also been upgraded, with new and improved access points. Download

Worcestershire Town Maps

Bromsgrove Cycling Map

Droitwich Cycling Map

Evesham Cycling Map

Malvern Cycling Map

Pershore Cycling Map

Redditch Cycling Map

Worcester Cycling Map

WATERSIDE CYCLING

Bike ride along the WorcesterandBirmingham and Droitwich Canals18 miles circular / 23 miles linear

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FAMILY CYCLING

WyreForest

The Forestry Commission’sWyreForesthas a variety of cycling routes to choose from whatever your abilitybut is a particular favourite for families with young children who can enjoy the family signposted.  Wyre Forest Cycle Map