Cycling Routes In Birmingham

If you are a cyclist and you are visiting Birmingham, you will feel at home because of the cycling routes it offers. Here are some of them that you should pay a visit and try exercising your legs in the route.

Cole Valley Route runs from Birmingham to Peterborough. Throughout Birmingham, the Cole Valley Route provides a mainly surfaced off road route through Hodge Hill, Yardley, Hall Green and Selly Oak.

Rea Valley Cycle Route begins at Rea Street in Digbeth, following the course of the River Rea to its source in the Waseley Hills. Mainly along traffic-free paths, although some sections are on road. It is approximately 10 miles one way.

Ward End Route starts at Fazeley Street, near Millennium Point and goes on to Ward End and Castle Vale passing through Ward End Park. It is approximately 6 miles one way, a short cycle route in Birmingham compared to Rea Valley Cycle.

Sheldon Country Park covers an area of approximately 300 acres, comprising open grassland, wetlands, old hedgerows and some mature woodland. Situated on the edge of the city, the land has escaped development and become a haven for wildlife. The park offers great opportunities for cycling and walking.

These cycling routes will not just give you a view of Birmingham but it will also help you make new friends since other cyclists pass through these routes. Grab your bike and cycle now!

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