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Our CL is adjacent to the cycle path into North Hykeham, the City Centre and beyond. You can cycle all the way to Boston in the east and Tuxford with its working windmill and tearoom to the west.....if you're feeling energetic! Lots more specific information is available in our Digital Guidebook sent to all our visitors two weeks prior to your stay.
From our CL you can jump straight onto the cycle path into the City. It runs alongside (but separate from) the A46 into North Hykeham and then varies between designated on road cycle lanes and off road paths all the way into Lincoln Centre.
From there you can pick up different Sustrans cycle routes both east and west.
Lincoln’s city centre Cycle Hub, situated at Lincoln railway station, provides residents and commuters with 24hr access to safe cycle storage for 196 bikes.
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As well as cycling direct from our site you can use the two Park & Bike venues at Skellingthorpe or Burton Waters where you are able to park your car for free and cycle off road into the City centre in approximately 20 minutes.
Named after local Olympic gold medalist Georgie Twigg MBE, The Georgie Twigg Track offers an uninterrupted and safe off-road route between Doddington village and Sustrans Route 64 which carries on to Lincoln, arriving at the Brayford Waterfront. Access is free and available to all cyclists. You can leave your car in the car park and enjoy refreshments in the Doddington Hall cafe before or after your ride.
A purpose built, 33 mile long route following the River Witham from Lincoln to Boston with a range of artwork along the way.
The mostly traffic free off-road route is ideal for cycling and walking and is fairly flat throughout. It passes through the village of Bardney where there is a heritage centre and bike hire - about nine miles into the ride.
This route follows the former Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coat railway line. You'll pass along the impressive Fledborough Viaduct over the River Trent and on to Tuxford with its working windmill and tearoom.
The route can be picked up from Route 64 in Doddington village.
The new Giant Mountain Bike Trail is great for a different type of ride. Fun for families as well as a challenge for more advanced riders.
The purpose-built three-mile course is full of bridges, berms, rollers and has an optional jumpline. Bikes and accessories can also be hired at the Giant store where the friendly staff will be happy to help.
An innovative state-of-the-art cycling store & cycling-friendly cafe covering 8,300 sq.ft over two floors. It is a partnership with leading bicycle brand Giant and offers cyclists of all ages and abilities expert advice and products as well as the opportunity to test ride bicycles.