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We are not regular bike riders, but we had a lovely day during our Bristol break doing the Bristol and Bath path.
It was about a mile walk from our hotel to pick up our bikes from the Bristol Cycle Shack. I'd recommend them as...More
Having recently got the kids on bikes and trained to a level at which they only occasionally fall off, we headed onto the Avon Cycleway. A mixture of walkers, runners, families and serious cyclists, made it quite busy. However, it’s well kept and safe over...More
Ok, first off this is a review of route 410 with sustrans, not the Bristol Bath cycle way which is lovely but a damned sight shorter. We cycled from Bristol along route 4 which is the bath cycle path until Saltford. We then started on...More
We ride this route regularly between Bristol and Bath as well as the off shoots to Salford, Chew Valley and other points further afield. The path is well maintained with an interesting mix of urban, residential and countryside settings. There are a number of pubs...More
We've used the cycle track to get to work and pleasure.
It's an amazing way to get to work and use with the family at the weekend.
We've used it this weekend and it is still busy and very enjoyable.
It is easy to use...More
We only did this one way on our trusty Brompton's. It is quite difficult to find the start of this cycle route. It is an easy ride suitable for a ride with younge children. Coming from the Westcountry were we have the camal trail we...More
Myself and my husband cycled the path from Bristol to Bath and after a few hours in Bath cycled back. A really lovely way to pass a day and keep fit. It is easy to join the cycle path at Bristol, Bath can be bit...More
We can get to this track very easily along the A474 and usually cycle from north Bristol to Bath but I also use it for walking and take my father in his wheelchair. We really love the excellent cafes at Warmley or Bitton where at...More