Rural Herefordshire has cycling routes to suit everyone, from scenic rides alongside the rivers Wye, Lugg and Arrow to hilly road ascents of the Golden Valley, Black Mountains’, Markle Ridge and the popular Malvern Hills. There's also dedicated MTB trails including those at Mortimer Forest and Symonds Yat.
The Isle of Skye, the largest island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland is known for its rugged and picture-postcard panoramic landscapes, medieval castles and quiet fishing villages. Did we also mention coffee and cake in a yurt?
The Malvern Hills is an 8 mile range of hills carving through the English counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. Get those legs working and be rewarded with spectacular views, quiet roads and some excellent cycling cafes.
North Yorkshire is a favourite destination for road cyclists and offers some great cycling routes, including the hilly climbs of Malham Cove and Buttertubs Pass. You're rewarded with breathtaking views around every corner and are guaranteed to get those legs working.