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Touring Bike Routes

Touring Cornwall by bike is really popular, especially between May and October however we have people out all year round. The roads get busy in August so it does mean a few early mornings.  Our useful contacts will help you find lovely places to stay along the way and we can organise luggage transfers for you.  We deliver bikes to airports and train stations as well as accommodation across the county so you can start your trip where ever you like. 

You can see some of the places we take them on our YouTube Channel.

Touring Cornwall.

Bodmin Parkway train station is a popular starting point to begin your journey.  Is it a quick cycle to meet up with route 3 on The Camel Trail from which you can travel up onto Bodmin Moor, Camelford, Bude and on into Devon, or you can travel out to the coast along the same Camel Trail which leads to Padstow then onto the lanes and roads that lead to Newquay and beyond.

Newquay Airport is perfectly situated to link up to the National Cycle Network leading you up to Padstow where you can travel over to the south Coast or up to Bude or continue down to Truro where you can carry on south to Cambourne, Hayle, Penzance, St Michael's Mount and Lands End or travel along the South Coast through Mevagissey, St Austell and Fowey before heading back across land through Lostwithiel and over to Padstow.

It is good to use the National Cycle Network to give you an idea of which routes to take however some of the more scenic routes may be found by following the coastal roads, however these can be much more challenging so make sure you leave more time and possibly cover less mileage each day.  Between 15-25 miles a day is a good place to start for a moderate rider.

Land's End to....

Land's End is the starting point of many a great adventure.  We will deliver to Land's End and will collect the cycles from your chosen destination be that Bodmin, Bude, Devon, Somerset or even John O'Groats