Isle of Wight Cycling Festival

Isle of Wight Cycle Routes

The Island offers the cyclist dedicated cycleways - many following the course of disused railway lines, signed routes, miles of bridleways and quiet country lanes as an alternative to busy main roads. If you would like details of the Round the Island cycle route, please call Isle of Wight Tourism 01983 813818 and a route map will be sent out to you.

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Here are some of the Island's well established cyclepaths/ routes:



1. Yarmouth to Freshwater - Route 1

2. Yarmouth - Route 2

3. Cowes - Route 3

4. Cowes 2 - Route 4

5. Brighstone - Route 5

6. Brighstone to Shorwell - Route 6

7. Ryde to Brading - Route 7

8. Ryde to St. Helens - Route 8

9. Newport - Route 9

10. Carisbrooke - Route 10

11. Sandown - Route 11

If you prefer a less bumpy route then please visit Howard Oakley's website which details a round the island route more suited to those with road bikes.

Discover the Island with a new 64 page book; Isle of Wight Cycle Routes which includes 10 cycling routes on and off road ranging from 'easy' to 'challenging'.

Find your own way?  A dedicated weatherproof fabric map from SplashMaps has been created for the Cycling festival. Follow this link for more details.

Al’s Bikes have very kindly given a Marin Bobcat Trail 7.4 to give away!
The Isle of Wight is the Lonely Planet's number one place in the world to cycle. The ubiquitous travel guide has produced a top ten of places that should be on every cyclists wishlist. The Isle of Wight Fire & Rescue Service Cycling Club wholeheartedly agree and invite you to join us to ride their '100 Here' sportive with a choice of two routes, the 109.5km / 68 mile (100 Here) or the CHALLENGING 171km / 106 mile (Hilly Hundred Here) which has over 3000m / 10,000 ft of climbing on Sunday 28 June.