Plenty to do on two wheels in the Lake District this September

Plenty to do on two wheels in the Lake District this September

Cycling in late  summer and in the Lake District, it doesn’t get much better than that as a form of transport, activity and way to explore the area.

And the GoSkyRide programme of cycling events is the ideal, easy and fun way to enjoy being on two wheels. These guided bikes rides, events and ride socials detail what to expect and guidance on what type of bike to use and the level of difficulty. They also take all the hassle out of deciding on a route as it is all sorted for you.

This September and October the cycling fun doesn’t stop with some super routes especially in the area to the west of Lake Windermere where the roads are quieter, there is a large amount of bridleways and designated cycle routes as well as woodland tracks. Also look out for rides around nearby Grasmere and Kendal. The GoSkyRide programme does finish at the end of October for the season so make the most of the last of the longer days and these excellent, and often free, organised cycling events.

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A leisurely start time of around 11am meaning those staying in B&B’s can enjoy breakfast before setting off on mainly off road routes often requiring a mountain bike or a hybrid with off road tyres, check each ride and events profile and recommended bikes. Booking can be done online via http://www.goskyride.com which also gives all the route, gear and other information required including f the ride is suitable for children and level of difficulty.

Cyclist friendly accommodation suitable for easy access to many of the remaining GoSkyRide events can be found at the Cuckoo Brow Inn and Lake District B&B at Far Sawrey. Just a hop across on the Windermere ferry or accessed from the southern end of Lake Windermere. Peaceful and with quiet roads, just 2.5 miles from Hawkshead and Ambleside.

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