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  1. Add Roaches and reservoirs cycle route to your Itinerary

    Roaches and reservoirs cycle route

    Address:

    ST13 8SW

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    Cycle Route

    Roaches and reservoirs cycle route

    Medium route for leisure cyclists

    Distance: 6.8 miles Roaches loop; 10.8 miles Rudyard loop

    Uncover a landscape shaped by water, experience traditional villages and enjoy spectacular gritstone edges.

  2. Add High moors and gritstone tors cycle route to your Itinerary

    High moors and gritstone tors cycle route

    Address:

    SK23 0HB

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    Cycle Route

    High moors and gritstone tors cycle route
    Medium route for leisure cyclists
    Distance: 28 miles
    Travel through high moorland landscapes with awe-inspiring views and visit the spa town of Buxton, home to a series of popular summer festivals.

  3. Add Hills, dales and trails cycle route to your Itinerary

    Hills, dales and trails cycle route

    Address:

    SK17 0DG

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    Cycle Route


    Hills, dales and trails cycle route
    Medium route for leisure cyclists
    Distance: 9.5 miles short loop; 23 miles full loop
    Take a journey through the hills and limestone dales of the Peak District and enjoy traditional villages, medieval settlements,...

  4. Add Stately homes and standing stones cycle route to your Itinerary

    Stately homes and standing stones cycle route

    Address:

    Hassop, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1NW

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    Cycle Route

    Bakewell

    Stately homes and standing stones cycle route
    Medium route for leisure cyclists
    Distance: 26.5 miles
    Experience typical White Peak landscape, a Stone Age henge and a Bronze Age stone circle, magnificent historic houses and their parklands.

  5. Add Derby Cycle Routes - Hermit's Trail to your Itinerary

    Derby Cycle Routes - Hermit's Trail

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    Hermit’s Trail is a challenging, 22 mile ride taking roughly 3 hours. It takes you from Derby city centre along the River Derwent to Sandiacre returning via the historic Dale Abbey and Hermit’s cave.
    Download the pdf below.

  6. Add Biking and birdsong around Carsington cycle route to your Itinerary

    Biking and birdsong around Carsington cycle route

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    Biking and birdsong around Carsington cycle route
    Medium route for leisure cyclists
    Distance: 21 miles or 18 miles short cut
    Discover a tranquil landscape shaped by lead mining and quarrying as you cycle through the limestone hills and dales.

  7. Add Rails trails and limestone dales cycle route to your Itinerary

    Rails trails and limestone dales cycle route

    Address:

    Millers Dale, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 8SN

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    Cycle Route

    Buxton

    Rails trails and limestone dales cycle route
    Medium route for leisure cyclists
    Distance: 20 miles
    Discover limestone dales, a former railway, the historic plague village and the ‘Cathedral of the Peak’ in an unspoilt farming landscape.

  8. Add Derby Cycle Routes - Aston & Weston to your Itinerary

    Derby Cycle Routes - Aston & Weston

    Address:

    Derby, DE1 2FS

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    Cycle Route

    Derby

    This ride follows a 17 mile circular route, taking approximately 3-4 hours. Its uses a mixture of off road routes along National Cycle Network paths and some quiet roads.
    Download the pdf below

  9. Add Derby Cycle Routes - Mackworth Castle Cycle Route to your Itinerary

    Derby Cycle Routes - Mackworth Castle Cycle Route

    Address:

    Derby, DE22 3BG

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    Cycle Route

    Derby

    The Mackworth Castle ride is a pleasant 11 mile ride, taking you from Markeaton Park to Kedleston Hall with an option to visit Mackworth Village. The ride contains several gentle climbs and follows a mixture of off road tracks and country lanes...

  10. Add Highs and lows around Hathersage cycle route to your Itinerary

    Highs and lows around Hathersage cycle route

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    Highs and lows around Hathersage cycle route
    Medium route for leisure cyclists
    Distance: 22 miles
    Take a journey through moorland landscapes, experience traditional Dark Peak villages and enjoy spectacular gritstone edges.

  11. Add Matlock moors, hills and mills cycle route to your Itinerary

    Matlock moors, hills and mills cycle route

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    Matlock moors, hills and mills cycle route
    Medium route for leisure cyclists
    Distance: 24 miles
    Journey through a landscape full of history and heritage with breathtaking views.

  12. Add Derby Cycle Routes - Kedleston Lanes to your Itinerary

    Derby Cycle Routes - Kedleston Lanes

    Address:

    Derby, City Centre, Derby, DE1 3AH

    Telephone:

    01332 255802

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    Cycle Route

    Derby

    The Kedleston Lanes cycle route starts and finishes in the Riverside Gardens by the Council House in Derby. The route covers about 18 miles through the lanes north-west of Derby and uses parts of the National Cycle Network Route 54. Download the pdf...

  13. Add Gingerbread and great oaks cycle route to your Itinerary

    Gingerbread and great oaks cycle route

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    Cycle Route

    Medium route for leisure cyclists   

    Distance: 8.5 miles north loop; 18.7 miles south loop

    Explore the rolling Derbyshire countryside taking in the timeless Georgian architecture of Ashbourne and visit traditional estate villages.