Top Biking Sports in The U.K.
Jurassic Coast: This coast that ranges from Exmouth to east Dorset is a wonderful scenic route. This sea-side route was named after the Jurassic period, since many dinosaur fossils have been discovered in this area. The tiny roads are perfect for biking, this route was even a part of The Tour of Britain.
Central Chilterns: The Chilterns are by Goring in Oxfordshire all the way to Hitchin in Hertfordshire. Although this specific region is quite populated, it is great for biking since there are many isolated lanes. The Chilterns were a part of the Archer Grand Prix.
Essex Creeks: The Essex Creeks are by the Colne, Blackwater, Crouch, and Roach rivers. These estuaries are surrounded by water and offer beautiful scenery. The route by Essex Creeks is filled with a lot of turns: the “Burnham Bends” near Burnham and Crouch. The Dengie Marshes Tour took place at the Essex Creeks.
Forest of Dean: The Forest of Dean is located in the middle of Monmouth, Ross, Wye, WEstbury, and Severn. This route features quaint roads with both forest and mountain views. However, this cycling route is recommended for experienced bikers due to the very hilly routes.
Isle of Man: While this entire island is wonderful for cycling, the mountain routes are the especially magnificent. There are sea views, as well as the famous TT mountain circuit course. The TT Circuit, overall, is 37 miles long and is mainly characterized by the Isle of Man’s largest mountain: Snaefall.
Mendips: The Mendips are a long line of hills in Bristol. The Mednips are well known for the Cheddar George, which is a limestone gorge near Cheddar in Somerset. The Cheddar George was in both the Tour of Britain and the Milk Race.
Dartmoor: Dartmoor is a region between Exeter and Plymouth that has two cross routes: B3212 and B3357. These routes meet at the highest point of Dartmoor. While cycling through Dartmoor, one can also bike throughout the valleys of Dartmoor, which include Teign, Doccombe, Moretonhampstead, Bovey Tracet, and Teign Valley.
Durham Fells: The Durham Fells are located between Tyne Valley and The Yorkshire Dales. The Durham Fells are also a part of the Pennines. These cycling route is one of the highest roads for cycling in Britain: 2,575 feet.