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Cycle Southern England launches new website

Posted by Sian Lewis at 05:21 on Thursday 26 November 2015

What are you doing this weekend? Why not head south with your bike and a get a dose of fresh air in one of the most beautiful places to cycle in Britain? Cycle Southern England have just launched a brand new website to help you explore Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Wiltshire and Berkshire, home to over 200 miles of car-free cycling routes.

Cycle Southern England is a new initiative, launched to promote road, mountain and track cycling in one of the UK’s most beautiful places (this area is home to the New Forest and the South Downs after all). It aims to encourage visitors to leave their cars at home and explore on two wheels.

Cycle Southern England launches new website. Photo: Cycle Southern EnglandCycle Southern England launches new website. Photo: Cycle Southern England

The handy new website is a fantastic resource for planning your trip, offering everything from route itineraries to information on bike hire. This region is a bike-lovers's haven, whether you're into road cycling or mountain biking, with 200 miles of cycle routes on some of the UK's quietest roads and tracks, over 1,000 miles of bridleways and a host of cycle hire centres and bicycle-friendly places to stay.

Watch the video we made for Cycle Southen England:

New routes include everything from family-friendly mountain biking paths in the New Forest to a challenging 64 mile cycle round the Isle of Wight. There's even info on how to give track riding a try, as Hampshire is home to the Calshot Velodrome. Plus, it's easy to get here - it takes just an hour on the train from London to stations such as Brockenhurst or Winchester. 

For more information, visit www.cycling.visit-hampshire.co.uk/cycling

Cycle Southern England launches new website. Photo: Cycle Southern EnglandCycle Southern England launches new website. Photo: Cycle Southern England

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