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weekend cycling trips

Whether you are new to cycling and just want to give it a go, or are a battle-hardened cyclist, our experiences are unforgettable and will leave you smiling from ear to ear.

King Alfred's Way Wild Cycles

king alfred's way adventure

Introducing Wild Cycles' King Alfred's Way bike packing adventure. An epic 4-day circular route covering 220 miles through  King Alfred The Great's Anglo-Saxon Kingdom. Crammed with some of the world's most spectacular prehistoric monuments - start and finish in Winchester where the King is buried. 

Your tour features the spectacular Wiltshire, Wessex and Surrey countryside as well as the South Downs and England’s oldest road, The Ridgeway. 

Bookings are flexible and refundable.

West kernow way
adventure - NEW*

Cycle to the edge of the world. You will be blown away by the spectacular coastal scenery on this magnificent 3 day journey through the lands of Cornwall.

You will be excused from stopping at every turn to soak up the views of this extraordinary landscape which has been shaped by the surrounding oceans. Picturesque working harbours, white sandy beaches, rugged cliff-top trails and the remnants of ancient tin mines - West Kernow Way has it all!

Bookings are flexible and refundable.

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Wild South Downs Way

A must do classic, we're excited to be adding this to our line up of adventures for 2022 with our supported set-up. Ride along this famous ridge of chalk with sea views from Winchester all the way to Eastbourne. We've teamed up with the lovely folk at Cadence who've established a series of Clubhouses along the route - offering a delicious assortment of refreshments, meals and barista coffee - to keep you fully fuelled on your way. This is a challenging ride requiring a good fitness and capability level. Access is super easy as you start in Winchester - ancient capital of England - an hour out of London by train.

Bookings are flexible and refundable.


An unforgettable cycling adventure along Britain's oldest road. Tackle this historic and challenging route over two days, covering 86 miles in total. We start at Avebury Stone Circle, Europe's oldest Neolithic Monument and finish at Ivinghoe Beacon. See journal for full details. Enjoy spectacular scenery, ancient sites dating back thousands of years and two fully-provisioned overnight stays in one of our hand-picked campsites. Ride your own or hire one of our gravel or mountain bikes.

Bookings are flexible and refundable.