Intermediate cycling routes

Looking for a range of intermediate cycling routes suitable for families with older children or more seasoned cyclists? We are exploring the lengths of breadths of the country to bring you our favourite locations when it comes to fun and scenic cycle routes suitable for those looking to take the next step in their cycling journey.

Trans Pennine Trail Cycling To Hornsea Beach

Skirlaugh to Hornsea Cycling for families (Trans Pennine Trail)

Skirlaugh is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, in an area known as Holderness. It is situated approximately 7 miles northeast of Hull city centre on the A165 road. Originally a farming community, it is now primarily a commuter village for Hull. Having stayed last October at Willow Pastures … Read more
The Monsal Trail Cycling For Families

The Monsal Trail cycling for families

The Monsal Trail is located in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, England. This scenic trail runs along the former Midland Railway line and offers a unique experience for families to enjoy the beauty of the English countryside. We parked at the old Hessop train station (Hassop Station, Hassop Rd, Bakewell DE45 … Read more

Leeds Urban Bike Park Cycling For Families

Leeds Urban Bike Park is a gem of a project by Leeds council, the lottery funded and British Cycling & Sports England. At the top part of Middleton park is a mountain bike trail centre and BMX Track, a bike shop with a workshop and a cafe. The bike park consists of multiple different trails … Read more
Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Sandal to Yorkshire Sculpture Park Cycle Route

As a dad with two small children my primary cycling with the kids tends to be safe, designated cycling routes. But as a keen leisure cyclist, I like to stretch my legs a little and add some distance while taking in the nature around me. My house in Sandal, Wakefield is within cycling distance of … Read more

Sandal to Nostell Priory cycle route

As a family, we always enjoyed spending time outside vs indoors. Over the past two years, this however has been heightened by government lockdowns and the need for micro-adventures on our doorstep. I spend a lot of time on my bike; both with the family and individually. There’s nothing more liberating than exploring your local … Read more