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Explore the area on our Self guided routes

Specially designed for you to experience and enjoy

Drawing on our many years of riding in the area - we have planned a fantastic variety of cycle routes. Ranging from challenging road rides for the serious to leisurely canal- and river-side cruises for groups or families. All of our routes are completely free to download. We love the Chilterns and want you to experience it too. 

so choose a route, saddle up and go wild

MTB Routes

Hand-picked and thoughtfully designed MTB and gravel routes. We've included a mix of single-track through woods and over ridge ways to highlight some of the country’s most spectacular scenery.

MTB Routes

Road Routes

Road rides with jaw-dropping scenery and lung-busting hills (if that’s what you’re after). Our routes are mapped to ensure you get to experience some of the best bits and some of our favourite spots in the Chilterns.

Road Routes

Gravel Routes

Yes you heard that right. We've pioneered some of the very first gravel adventure routes in the Chilterns. All leading out of our base in Wendover, these exceptional trails are the cheese. And being so close to London - makes them even better.

Gravel Routes

leisure and Family Fun Routes

Family and leisure routes designed for super fun times. Throw in a picnic or stop at a cafe en-route to stay fuelled and keep morale high.

Family Routes

bespoke cycling route planning

Contact us for more information on how we can assist you with planning a bespoke tour in the area. Our expert planners will be able to offer local advice and knowledge when it comes to planning bespoke routes in the Chiltern's AONB. Prices vary in terms of the complexity of the route. Self guided planned routes can be downloaded and paired with your own navigation device, or one of our top notch Garmin's available for hire.

the boring stuff

Remember that cycling, like many sports, is potentially dangerous so be aware of the associated risks and take care.

Before a ride you should check and ensure your bike is in good working order. It is your responsibility to ensure you have the necessary skill, capability and your bike is safe to ride. Always wear appropriate clothing and protection - especially a good helmet. Carry spare tubes, bike pump and basic tools with you on all rides.


Riding on any routes listed on the site and social media posts are undertaken entirely at your own risk. 

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