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  • Maps and routes

    Looking for information about cycling in South Yorkshire? The local Councils are a great source of information to head to if you’re looking for a bit of inspiration on where to cycle. Or alternatively, there are lots of well-established cycling groups across the county who will be able to offer advice on the best routes to take.

    Journey planning tools

    Here are a selection of our handy favourite cycling journey planning tools: 

    Cycle Streets can be useful when planning your route, allowing you to input your exact start and finish point, giving you the option to select the fastest route or a slower, but less busy one. It also provides you with journey time, distance, calories burned and even the route’s elevation profile. 

    The National Cycle Network is a series of traffic-free paths and quiet roads that connect to every major town and city. Take a look at Sustrans’ online National Cycle Network map to see how you can make the most of the network across South Yorkshire. You can also purchase hard copies of regional route maps on the Sustrans website

    The Trans Pennine Trail is a national multi-user route running 370 miles between Southport and Hornsea and we’re lucky enough to be a part of it here in South Yorkshire. Take a look at the online map to see how you can make the most of the route in Barnsley, Sheffield, Rotherham and Doncaster.

    Cycling maps and routes

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