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National Routes

Ridgeway Adventure

The Ridgeway is a National trail of some 87 miles and spans both the Wessex Downs and Chilterns from Avebury in Wiltshire to Ivinghoe Beacon in the North Chilterns.The western half from the start to Goring and streatley is the best for mountain biking it contains an almost unbroken 43 mile stretch of off road.It generally runs on the top of the downs and so is well drained and gives expansive views over the vale of white horse.Look at the website for details


The SouthDowns Way adventure-the South Downs way is again a National Trail and spans over 100 miles from Winchester to Eastbourne. The entire length can be transverse by bike with wonderful views over the downs with the highlight of coastal views toward the end. It can be completed by the casual cyclist in 3 to 4 days whilst the fitter rider can be expected to do it in 2 or even a day for those really up for a challenge. It is best to do both the Ridgeway and SouthDowns way in May, June or September when the weather is drier avoiding the summer holidays when pressures on accommodation are greater. Website


Coed y Brenin, North Wales-hailed as the birthplace of modern mountain bike centers, this cycling oasis offers a café, bike hire, changing rooms and six trails, from the easy to the very challenging. Click on Coed y Brenin at

Coed llandegla, North Wales-a stunning private wood with many fine trails that include a teasing 12km beginners ride. After a gentle uphill section comes the joy of downhill, with taster jumps offering excitement.



Grizedale, Cumbria-the North Face Trail at Grizedale Forest in Cumbria sounds worrying ,but its 11 mile offers much of what mountain biking is all about: fabulous views, testing climbs and technical excitement. Search “challenge trails” at the International Mountain Biking Associations website on



Fort William, Scotland-The mountains surrounding this Fort William host the annual Mountain Bike downhill cup. Try the 11 mile Witches trail, starting from the Nevis range ski centre car park and climbing towards fast and rocky descent sections