Scotland Cycle Routes
Cycling is a fantastic and sustainable way to discover all the beauty that Scotland has to offer. It keeps you fit and healthy, and you get to slow down and really enjoy the scenery. Traveling by bike is environmentally friendly. It's cheaper than paying for fuel or to hire a car, so leave your car behind and take your bike on the train.
West of Crieff to Gleneagles
This challenging route offers stunning views over the Ochil Hills.
Brown Carrick Hill from Maybole
Heading north from Maybole, this route rises steeply up Brown Carrick Hill, with lovely views over Ayr Bay and across to the Isle of Arran.
Selkirk South to Hawick
Enjoy this lovely route through the river valleys of Ettrick, Ale Water and River Teviot.
Carrick Hills from Girvan
This route starts and ends in Girvan, with views across to the island of Ailsa Craig.
Annan to Dumfries via Cycle Route 7
This route gently skirts through lovely countryside along the Solway Firth, with interesting history along the way.
Enjoy views over old mining and lush farmland country on this route to the east of Ayr.