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Road Routes

Each routes in this section is downloadable to most popular smartphones and GPS devices. However on some smartphone devices, this may require you to download a GPX reader app beforehand. Simply click on the route you want and choose the compatible format for your device from the dropdown bar, then hit OK.

Once downloaded just plug in your device then drag and drop the file into the appropriate folder.

For example: (Garmin device)

Download route as GPX Track format from the website.

Plug in your device then open the Garmin folder followed by the New File folder.

Then simply drag and drop the GPX Track route from your computers downloads into the Garmin’s New File folder.

Hey presto! You’re ready to roll! You’ll find your new routes on in the Garmin’s courses section.




Route 1: Berks, Bucks & Oxon (30 miles)






Route 2: Marlow to beyond the Chiltern ridge and back (40.9 miles)






Route 3: Marlow, Hambleden quick loop (15.3 miles)






Route 4: Wycombe to Chequres loop (23.5 miles)






Route 5: Beaconsfield to Gerrards Cross via Burnham Beeches (18 miles)






Route 6: Beaconsfield, Little Missenenden, Chesham Bois, Chalfont (22.3 mile)






Route 7: Henley to Wallingford loop (31 miles)






Route 8: Henley, Sonning, White Waltham (25.4 miles)






Route 9: Maidenhead to Windsor Great Park (28 miles)






Route 10: Maidenhead to Fulmer (24 miles)


1. Marlow –Berks,Bucks and Oxon 30 mile Loop

1.Marlow –Berks,Bucks and Oxon 30 mile Loop

Start: Marlow town centre

Distance: 29.2 miles

Roads: Almost all rural lanes, only a few short busier stretches.

Difficulty: Moderate-Difficult. Three  significant hills.

Total climb: 1795 feet

Beauty rating: 4/5

This routes links the riverside towns of Marlow and Henley via a beautiful 30 mile loop avoiding the busy main roads normally linking the towns. The three counties of Berks, Bucks and Oxon are spanned with some terrific views along the way. There a 3 sharp climbs to experience each one increasing in severity. The route begins at Marlow with Winter Hill, then after Henley you climb quickly up to 600 ft at Fawley , lastly battling up Colstrope Hill which is the toughest of the lot. There are lots of opportunities for stops including the ever popular Flowerpot Pub at Aston which is halfway.

1 . Marlow (101ft) to Pinkneys Green (210ft)        4.25 miles

From Marlow High Street go south crossing its famous suspension bridge. Once over the Thames go left by the Compleat Angler hotel towards Cookham Dean on Quarry Woods Road. Follow road passing Longridge centre then under the A404 bridge. The roads really starts to climb now as you tackle Winter Hill. The hill is at its steepest as you round the sharp bend ,the climbing of which is always a rite of passage to any new Marlow cyclist. At the top of the hill turn right onto Grubwood Lane. Pass the Copas turkey farm on your left and follow road as it bears right then left to Pinkneys Green . Go past the lovely orchard then Cookham Dean common. At the junction turn right onto Winter Hill road. Follow for just over a mile until the junction where you turn left to Maidenhead then take first right down Pinkneys Green Drive. Follow road as it passes cricket club and Stag and Hounds pub.

2.Pinkneys Green(210ft)  to  Knowl Hill (223 ft)      6.05 miles

Continue as road crosses Pinkneys Green Common . At the junction turn left to Reading on the Henley road and follow this straight road to the roundabout. This is a busy roundabout so take care as you go straight across onto Common Lane to White Waltham. Follow under the A404 and keep straight on as you pass the Thatched cottage pub and go under the railway. At the roundabout turn right to White Waltham. Follow past White Waltham airfield then into the village where you turn right onto Butchers Lane by the War memorial. Follow this quiet lane as it crosses the railway and meanders gently up to Knowl Hill.


3. Knowl Hill (223ft) to Henley(128ft)          6.97 mile.

At the A4 take great care as you go left then go to the middle of the road to turn right to Warren Row and Cockpole Green. You now unofficially re-enter the Chiltern Hills again as you climb up. Follow as it bears left and goes through Warren Row past the tin Chapel and the Old House pub. Keep follow the road to Cockpole Green.


At  Cockpole Green keep straight on to Remenham Hill .This primarily flat lane will lead you to the main A4130 Henley/Maidenhead road. Go left then next right down Aston Lane towards the Flowerpot Pub. Follow downward to the bottom where you will find the Flowerpot pub(lovely pub with great garden and lots of stuffed animals!).  At the pub turn left down Remenham Lane .

There is  often a lot of stones and debris on the road on Remenham lane but the it does gives terrific views of the river, Temple island and hills beyond. You pass the  beautiful  Remenham Church and continue running alongside the Thames until you reach the Little angel pub and main Henley to Maidenhead road. Turn right to cross over Henley bridge .

4.Henley (128ft) to Luxters Vineyard( 543ft)   5.30 miles

On the other side of the bridge go straight over at the lights up the High Street. At the next set of lights turn right down Bell Street towards Marlow/Wallingford. At the two mini roundabouts go straight over then towards Wallingford and Nettlebed on the Straight Mile. You follow this dead straight road for exactly a mile (hence the name straight mile!). Turn right to the Assendons  just before the dual carriage way begins. Take the first right to Fawley  following the brown Chiltern Cycleway signs. Prepare to climb as you are about to ascend very quickly. Follow as the lane meanders round , then left at the top following  Fawley signs at the junction. Travel through Fawley passing the church and the pond. Keep straight on to Southend and Turville Heath passing the derelict Walnut tree pub, then follow as it descends then climbs again with impressive high level views to your left. At the sharp left in the road go right onto the singletrack road follow the cycleway signs. Follow lane retaining your height as you travel through the glorious Gusset woods until you reach Luxters Vineyard and brewery.

5. Luxters Vineyard(543ft) to  Marlow(101ft)  6.8 miles

After the vineyard you descend very quickly by 300 feet in ½ mile. However  this is a downhill to be savoured  as the views are stunning and amongst the best in the Chilterns. Take your time and look out for deer in the large field to your left. At the bottom turn right following cycleway signs , and travel for ½ mile turning left to Colstrope on Colstrope lane, again following cycleway signs. Follow round to the left past Colstrope House and farm then follow upwards keeping straight on through the woods. This is a hellish climb and the hardest today climbing over 300 ft in under a mile. At the top by the red phone box turn left still following signs. At St Katherines convent turn right towards Marlow. Keep straight on following Marlow signs. At junction turn left to Marlow passing Chisbridge farm and descend to junction at the bottom. Turn right here and follow road for 3 miles to Marlow passing Bovingdon Green and the Royal Oak pub .From the pub you descend into town via Chalkpit lane and the Oxford road.


10. Maidenhead-Maidenhead to Fulmer

Start : Maidenhead town centre
Distance: 24 miles
Roads: Mostly reasonably quiet rural lanes with some busier stretches.
Difficulty: Moderate to easy.
Total climb: 795 feet
Beauty Rating: 3/5
This route takes you up into a rare part of the Chilterns that has very few significant hills. Once you have climbed up from Bourne End onto Wooburn Moor you have entered a heavily wooded and primarily flat part of the region that retains its elevation for a large swathe of countryside. In fact for the bulk of the ride of at least 15 miles you will enjoy easy riding and some terrific woodland , passing hundreds of acres of unspoilt beech and oak. You pass through some lovely villages along the way, notably Cookham, Fulmer and Taplow and opportunities for a beer along the way in all three.
1 .Maidenhead (95ft) to Cookham (82ft) 3.15 miles
From the Sainsbury/Magnet leisure centre roundabout head on the B4447 to Cookham. Go past the church and straight over at the roundabout, then past the shops and Farmer Boy pub. Crossover the railway then take the immediate right hand turn down Maidenhead Road running alongside the railway. Go past the cemetery then at the junction go right. Follow under the railway then go right at the junction to Cookham. Pass the Swan Uppers pub and travel over Cookham Moor going through the picturesque high street. At the end of the high street go left and follow as it takes you past the church and over the Thames on Cookham bridge.
2. Cookham (82ft) to Royal Standard at Wooburn Common (330 ft) 2.73 miles
Once over the bridge follow road for ½ mile. Turn right down Hedsor road and past the Garibaldi pub and garden centre. Take the next left up Heavens Lea. Climb up then at the junction go straight across onto Harvest Hill. This is a steep climb and meanders uphill for a mile or so. Once you have finished climbing, at the junction turn right (the Chequers pub is to your left). Follow road round to left and keep on towards Beaconsfield. Keep on this flat road then take right hand turn to Taplow and Wooburn Common. After 100 yards turn left down Green Common Lane by the marvelous Royal Standard pub.
4. Wooburn Common (330ft) to Fulmer (145ft) 5.92 miles
Go past the pond and farm shop. This is a lovely quiet lane but not in great condition so keep an eye out for the potholes. Travel along this flat lane for almost 1 ½ miles. At the junction go right up the hill past Jennings Farm. Take the next left down Abbey Park Lane then the immediate left again. Follow for ¾ mile skirting Burnham Beeches to your right. At the busy A355 go right towards Slough. Then take the next left down Parish Lane by the yew Tree pub. Carry straight on towards Fulmer along Collum Green Road. At junction turn right passing Fox and Pheasant pub. At the traffic lights go left down Stoke Common Road to Fulmer. Follow through Stoke Common, at the junction turn left to Fulmer.
5. Fulmer (145ft) to Farnham Royal (161ft) 6.3 miles
Travel through this pleasant village past the Black Horse pub and the Church. Take the next right after the church down the narrow and rural Alderbourne lane. At the next junction go right then follow round to the left still on Alderbourne lane as it travel up through the trees. At the junction turn right towards Fulmer and go past the Convent to your right. Take the next left down Black Park Road. Follow for ¾ mile with Black park to your left. Turn right at the junction to Stoke Poges and Wexham Street. Follow through the woods , at the junction turn left then immediately right by the Stag pub down Farthing Green lane. Follow this quiet lane until the junction where you go straight across onto Church Lane. At the next junction turn right to Farnham Royal .The next few miles are on busier roads .Pass Stoke Park and the Golf club until you reach Farnham Royal .
5.Farnham Royal (161ft) to Maidenhead (95ft) 5.6 miles.
At the roundabout turn left then right at the next one by the Crown pub. This is a relatively busy road that you will follow for over a mile. At the roundabout continue on to Burnham. At the next junction go right to the village centre past the Bee pub then taking the left down Gore Road. At the roundabout go straight over onto Hitcham lane and go down past Hitcham House and St Marys Church , then gently up the other side. At the junction go left to Taplow village centre then right down the High Street. Taplow is a very attractive village that is worth lingering over. At the distinctive St Nicholas Church turn right passing the pretty Oak and Saw pub. Follow up to Berry Hill turning left at the top. Go down for a few hundred yards turning right onto Mill Lane. Follow steeply downwards as it crosses the start of the Jubilee River. Follow lane round to the left as it runs adjacent to the Thames. At the A4 turn right to cross the river over Maidenhead bridge. Go straight over at the roundabout to return to the town centre.