The C2C Guide
Developed by Sustrans to run from Whitehaven to Tynemouth; includes cycle resources, a guide to the route (with maps and profiles), advice sections, and photo galleries.
Coast and Castles
A 200 mile stretch of the North Sea Cycle Route, from Newcastle to Edinburgh; includes a section by section guide, advice on preparation, accommodation, and details cycle hire and tour operators.
A collection of independent guides to several Sustrans long-distance routes (including the Pennine Cycleway, Hadrian's Cycleway, and The Three Rivers route) and others less well known. Also includes information about the Sustrans programme.
A sea-to-sea route connecting Walney to Wear and Whitby. Includes a guide to the route, with mapping, accommodation listing, directories of services, and news.
A guide to a network of cross-border cycling routes, in Ireland and Northern Ireland, covering 300 miles. Includes maps, accommodation listing, and cycle hire information.
The Loughshore Trail
A bi-directional 113 mile cycle route around Lough Neagh, in Northern Ireland. Includes a guide, maps, accommodation and services listings, and attractions.
Moor to Sea Cycle Route
Official guide to an 80 mile route through the North Yorks Moors and along the disused Whitby-Scarborough railway line. Offers interactive mapping, and listings of cycle resources in the area.
North Sea Cycle Route
The world's longest signed international cycle route, passing through 7 countries around the North Sea. Information, mapping, advice on planning, and the facility to create your own guide.
Reivers Cycle Route
A sea-to-sea route from Tynemouth to Whitehaven; includes mapping, profiles, advice on preparation, accommodation and cycle services listings, and historic background.
A route through the South Wales valleys and the Brecon Beacons designed for cyclists and walkers. Includes maps, photos, and a guide.
Three Corners Cycle Ride
An archive of a charity ride covering Dover, Land’s End, and John O’Groats, from planning and route, through to a diary of the ride.
Trans Pennine Trail
Long distance routes which connect the North and the Irish Sea, and link Chesterfield to Leeds and York, designed for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. Includes a guide, mapping, practical advice section, and an events listing.