Other Sources of Information for Cyclists
The websites for the National Cycle Network and Sustrans are linked and form a very useful resource, whether you are looking for information on cycling locally or for longer distance routes. If would like to know more about their work or other routes, visit the Sustrans website.
Bike for All is a website with a wealth of information for cyclists. Whether you want ideas for a route, information to get you started, safety advice or details about any aspect of cycling, you find it here
Cyclists Touring Club - the country's largest group of people on bikes with a mission 'to make cycling enjoyable, safe and welcoming for all!'
The Greater Manchester Local Authorities have joined together to provide a jointly run cycling website - www.cyclegm.org
The Bike Ride Shop from Rannerdale have lots of information, route maps, guides and T-shirts for a whole host of long distance cycling routes. Visit their website for further details and information http://www.bikerideshop.co.uk/
The Staveley Cycle Centre, based at Staveley Hall Garden Centre, provides cycle hire for all the family. http://www.staveleycyclecentre.co.uk/
Cycle Hire in South Yorkshire - http://www.wortley-cycles.co.uk/
www.peakdistrictcycleways.co.uk features a wide range of cycle routes to suit all abilities, plus a round-up of the local facilities and attractions on offer. We feature all the Peak District's traffic-free cycle trails, including the Monsal, High Peak and Trans Pennine Trails, plus some hand-picked mountain bike routes and a few longer rides around quiet country lanes if you really want to stretch your legs. There is also a list of bike hire centres and bike shops, advice notes and a gallery, plus an entertaining and thought-provoking blog covering life on two wheels.
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