Birmingham and Malvern, via Worcester, Redditch and RNC 55

Birmingham and Malvern, via Worcester, Redditch and RNC 55

Circular Road Cycling Route

Cycling through the counties and areas of West Midlands and Worcestershire.

80 miles 4122 ft Circular route
Circular RouteHillyRoad
The cycle route passes through the settlements of Malvern (Worcestershire), Leigh Sinton (Worcestershire), Worcester (Worcestershire), Claines (Worcestershire), Oddingley (Worcestershire), Redditch (Worcestershire), Kings Norton (West Midlands), Kings Heath (West Midlands), Hopwood (Worcestershire), Barnt Green (Worcestershire), Bromsgrove (Worcestershire), Wychbold (Worcestershire), Droitwich Spa (Worcestershire), Fernhill Heath (Worcestershire), Worcester (Worcestershire), Powick (Worcestershire), Madresfield (Worcestershire), Malvern (Worcestershire)
West Midlands Worcestershire

A 80 mile circular route tackling a mixture of main roads and quiet country lanes in north Worcestershire and the West Midlands. Passing through Malvern, Worcester, Droitwich, Bromsgrove and Birmingham.

The mid point chosen for our ride was the Gorilla Coffee Cafe in Kings Heath, an awesome cycling cafe in the bustling city of Birmingham and a favourite destination for cyclists seeking great coffee.

Elevation is fairly consistent with the hilliest parts found along the Regional Cycle Network regional 55 route from Redditch to Kings Norton, a splendid section of road (Icknield Street) along quiet scenic country lanes, where you’ll find yourself suddenly appearing in Kings Norton.

Cycle friendly cafes en route or just a short detour away