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From canal towpaths and gentle inclines, to serious downhills to awesome offroading you'll be sure to find the route for you when cycling in Cheshire.
Exploring the area on two wheels has never been easier, with a range of routes available to suit the whole family. Cycle along the Trent and Mersey Canal towpath that runs alongside the River Dane, or enjoy one of the many circular routes round one of the many towns and villages.
For thoe into grit and gears, the Cheshire Cycleway follows a 176 mile route through the mill village of Bollington and over the heights to Wildboarclough and Macclesfield Forest. There are also several National Cycle Network routes in the area to get stuck into.
For self-guided cycling holidays in Cheshire, Byway Breaks can help you make the most of the Cheshire countryside.
For more information about cycling in Cheshire, browse the list of cycling trails below:
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The Wheelock Rail Trail and Salt Line are both part of NCN Route 5 linking Middlewich with Alsager.
For over 100 years trains travelled along the Biddulph Valley Way carrying coal from the Potteries to Congleton. Today walkers, cyclists and horse riders enjoy this tranquil route away from the roads.
The Heritage Loop circular route runs through the old centre of Mobberley, one of the oldest parishes in England and mentioned in the Domesday book, before passing right next to Manchester International Airport where Concorde is now housed.
Delamere Forest is a great place to practice your technical skills and combined with some great challenging tracks that lead through the forest, there's something for everyone. The forest has 2 cycle routes and offers a variety for all levels of abi
Crewe and Nantwich
Explore quaint hamlets and quiet back lanes through this beautiful part of South Cheshire with gentle hills, woodlands and meres. Many of the lanes are flanked by ancient hedgerows with an array of wild flowers and shrubs.
A gentle ride around Antrobus, Great Budworth and Comberbach. Traffic Free - 20km/13 miles - 2 - 3 hours - Start from Marbury Country Park - OS Explorer Map 257 - Mainly minor roads through fairly flat countryside
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Byways Breaks have been arranging cycling holidays and walking holidays for more than 15 years. We know the best places to stay, and our cycling and walking routes are carefully planned to explore the most beautiful countryside.