Isle of Wight Cycling Festival
14th - 29th September 2013

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.

All of the maps below need the Adobe Acrobat reader: 

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


THE ROUND THE ISLAND CYCLE ROUTE

CYCLE THE WIGHT ROUTE

ROUND THE ISLAND CYCLE ROUTE TEXT Page 1

ROUND THE ISLAND CYCLE ROUTE TEXT Page 2


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

12. Shanklin - Route 12

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. http://www.ehnoakley.com/cycle0.html

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'. http://www.iowcycleroutes.co.uk

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CYCLE RIDE LEADERS NEEDED
6th February 2013
Do you love cycling? Are you free between the 14 and 29 September 2020? Do you enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Island’s natural wonders all from the saddle of your bike? Would you like to be a key member of the Island’s largest cycling event?

If any of the above apply to you why not join this year’s Isle of Wight Cycling Festival as a volunteer ride leader?

The 2013 Randonnee will take place on Sunday 5th May. This year's rides will be in an anti-clockwise direction and there will be a choice of 100km and 55km rides. Event starts at 9am and finishes at 6pm.