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.

A mum and baby Shetland Pony near the village of Ruthwell, Scotland

Latest Routes

  • A mum and baby Shetland Pony near the village of Ruthwell, Scotland

    Annan to Dumfries via Cycle Route 7

    This route gently skirts through lovely countryside along the Solway Firth, with interesting history along the way.

  • National Byway Cycle Route

    Ayr Loop

    Enjoy views over old mining and lush farmland country on this route to the east of Ayr.

  • South Uist coast

    Lochboisdale Loop

    This route skirts along some of the beautiful beaches of South Uist, following parts of the spectacular Hebridean Way.

  • Fishing Boat moored on the Crinan Canal

    Crinan Canal

    History and archaeology buffs will especially enjoy this interesting journey along a lovely waterway.

  • Killiecrankie Viaduct

    Killiecrankie and the Soldier's Leap

    This short but exhilerating ride takes you along the River Garry and then tests your strength with a steep climb and thrilling descent.

  • Goatfell on the Isle of Arran, Isle of Arran

    Arran Loop via The Ross Road and String Road

    Tackle a pair of challenging hill climbs and enjoy some thrilling descents on this loop around the center of Arran.