There are a growing number of "official" long-distance cycle routes in the UK, many (but not all) part of the Sustrans National Cycling Network. They are generally named, and signed.
The route runs from Newcastle to Edinburgh, and forms part of National Cycle Network Route 1. General information and photographs.
Detailed descriptions and maps of cycle routes in southeastern Scotland and northeastern England. Includes a collection of reports of tours outside the area.
Resources from the CTC for leisure cyclists; includes downloadable county maps, information about longer routes and public transport links, and their resources for sale. [Some of their resources are for member access only.]
A guide to long distance cycling in the UK; includes route maps and guides, elevation profiles, relief maps, accommodation listings, and advice sections.
Offers independent guides to several long-distance routes on the National Cycle Network, including the Pennine Cycleway, Hadrian's Cycleway, and The Three Rivers route; also describes Sustrans and its programme.
The bicycling resource for cyclists visiting Wales. Biking travel and cycle-touring information.
Information about cycling holidays between Fort William and Inverness.
Bike taxi and courier service; offers details of services, pricing, and contacts.
Information about, and interactive mapping for The National Cycle Network; provided on the official Sustrans website.
A cycle and walking route from Braunton to Meeth, using the old railways of North Devon, in the countryside described by Henry Williamson in ‘Tarka the Otter’. Includes a guide and news.
The British Waterways guide to canal towpaths for cyclists; includes details of long and short routes, and online application and conditions for a free cycle permit (essential).
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