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Routes starting in Cumbria

Rides from Cartmel

Cartmel is medieval village in the Southern Lakes which is ideal starting point for exploring the South West  part of Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from Cartmel.

Rides from Ashes Lane car park

Ashes Lane car park is just off the A591 in between Kendal and Staveley is ideal starting point for exploring the Central Lakes and South East Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from Ashes Lane.

Rides from Sedbergh

Sedbergh is ideal starting point for exploring the upper Lune Valley and western part of the Yorkshire Dales. Click here to check out routes starting from Sedbergh.

Rides from  Tebay

Tebay is ideal starting point for exploring upper Lune Valley, Eastern area of the Lakes District  and western part of the Yorkshire Dales. Click here to checkout routes starting from Tebay.

Rides from Low Newton-in-Cartmel

Low Newton-in-Cartmel is just off the A590 between Lindale and Newby Bridge. It is ideal starting point for exploring the South West part of Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from Low Newton-in-Cartmel.

Rides from Wath Sutton near Junction 36 of M6

The Farleton View Tea Room at Wath Sutton is ideal meeting point for exploring the South Eastern part of Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from Wath Sutton.

Rides from Staveley

Staveley is ideal starting point for exploring the South Eastern part of Cumbria and the Central Lakes. Click here to check out routes from Staveley.

Rides from Chapel House Wood car park

Chapel House Wood car park is near Staveley -in-Cartmel which is just off the A590 and about mile from Newby Bridge. It is ideal starting point for exploring the South West part of Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from Chapel House Wood.

Rides from Shap

Shap is ideal starting point for exploring the Eastern Lakes, the Upper part of Lunesdale and the Eden Valley. Click here to check out routes starting from Shap.

Rides from the Derby Arms near Witherslack

The Derby Arms near Witherslack just off the A590 is ideal starting point for exploring South West Part of Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from the Derby Arms.

Rides from Kirkby Lonsdale

Kirkby Lonsdale is the ideal starting point for exploring the Lune Valley and the Western parts of Yorkshire National Park. Click here to check out routes starting from Kirkby Lonsdale.

Rides from Chapel Stile

Chapel Stile is the ideal starting point for exploring the Central parts of the Lake District National Park. Click here to check out routes starting from Chapel Stile.

Rides from Dufton

Dufton is the ideal starting point for exploring the Eden Valley and the northern Pennine Mountains. Click here to check out routes from Dufton.

Rides from Hideway Coffee House near Lupton

The Hideway Coffee House is a few minutes away from junction 36,  its ideal starting point for exploring the Lune Valey, the Western Parts of the Yorkshire Dales and the South Eastern parts of Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from outside the Hideway Coffee House.

Rides from Old Hall Farm in Bouth

After having a brew in the Old Chicken Shed Tearoom at Old Hall Farm, its ideal starting point for exploring the South Western parts of Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from outside the Old Hall Farm in Bouth.

Rides from Bailiff Wood on Eastern Side of Coniston Water

The National Trust car park at Bailiff Wood on the eastern side of Coniston Water, is ideal starting point for exploring the Crake Valley and Dunnerdale. Click here to check out routes starting from Bailiff Wood.

Rides from Moor Top car park at top of Grizedale

The Moor Top car park at top of Grizedale, it is ideal starting point exploring the Central area of the Lake Distant National Park (Please note this is pay and display car park). Click here to check out routes starting from Moor Top.

Rides from Kendal Leisure Centre

Kendal Leisure Centre is next to the A65 and the main cycle path through Kendal ( Please note it is pay and display car park at Kendal Leisure Centre). It is ideal staring point for exploring the South eastern part of the Lake District National Park and the Kent Valley. Click here to check out routes starting from Kendal Leisure Centre.

Rides from the Cow Bridge car park near Brother Water

The Cow Bridge car park near Brother Water is ideal starting point for exploring Patterdale and North-eastern area of the Lake District National Park. Click here to check out routes starting from Cow Bridge car park.

Rides from Kirkby Stephen

Kirkby Stephen is ideal starting point for exploring the Upper Eden Valley and Northern parts of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Click here to check out routes starting from Kirkby Stephen.

Rides from Milnthorpe

Milnthorpe is ideal starting point for exploring the South Eastern parts of Cumbria. Click here to check out routes starting from Milnthorpe.


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