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GLASGOW

 

Glasgow to Loch Lomond

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Glasgow to the Falkirk Wheel35 miles, linear

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Glasgow: Art and the Park10 miles, linear

Three parks, two art galleries, a swimming pool, a ski centre - and you get to ride your bike.  Further information

 

 

Traffic Free in Glasgow and West Central Scotland

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Bridge of Weir and Loch Winnoch15 miles, circular

Bridge of Weir owes its existence to the establishment of cotton and flax mills in the late eighteenth century, but it was not until the arrival of the railway in 1864 that the place began to expand. From then on the businessmen of Glasgow and Greenock began to move in. Horsewood Road which you cycle up was considered the exclusive part of Bridge of Weir, being convenient for the railway station yet away from all the noise and dirt. Sustrans has recently bought the railway station.   Further information

 

 

Glasgow Cycle Map  Download

 

 

Glasgow Cycle Maps

Glasgow City Council has produced a selection of cycle leaflets to cover commuter routes throughout the city and also links to connecting long distance routes passing close to the city that provide access to the countryside.  Copies of the above leaflets:Glasgow Cycling Information Line 0141 287 9171.

 

 

FAMILY CYCLING

Pollock Country Park  Further information