If you're looking to explore the UK's most picturesque areas by bike, then our range of leisure cycling holidays are for you! Amongst the highlights are the Sea to Sea / C2C and Hadrian's Cycleway, Scotland's Loch and Glens and for those looking for the ultimate UK cycling challenge our Le Jog (Lands End to John O'Groats) tour is a must.
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This is a 'must-do' cycling holiday in the UK! With its quiet country lanes, cycleways and paths it's a wonderful way to see the varied and beautiful landscapes of northern England, on the National Cycle Network route from the Irish Sea across to the North Sea. After dipping our back wheel in the sea at Whitehaven, we head e... .. Read More
This fantastic cycling holiday in the UK utilises the National Cycle Network, with that extra Skedaddle ingredient. This supported trip travels along the boundary of the Old Roman Empire, starting and finishing at either end of Hadrian's Wall. During the ride you will be able to follow in the footsteps of Roman soldiers, whi... .. Read More
The ultimate cycling holiday in the UK - that really is the only way to describe our Land's End to John O'Groats epic ride. Just about every cyclist should make this journey at least once in their lifetime. Starting in Land's End, to take advantage of the prevailing wind, we skedaddle off on a 1,000 mile plus adventure, thro... .. Read More
The Way of the Roses coast to coast cycle route is a classic cycling holiday in the UK, opened in September 2010, and takes you from Morecambe in Lancashire to Bridlington in Yorkshire. As it crosses the country the route passes through the Lune Valley, the Forest of Bowland, the Yorkshire Dales, Nidderdale AONB (Area of Outstan... .. Read More
This cycling holiday in the UK takes us from Morecambe in Lancashire to Bridlington in Yorkshire. As it crosses the country the route passes through the Lune Valley, the Forest of Bowland, the Yorkshire Dales, Nidderdale AONB (Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty), the Vale of York and the Yorkshire Wolds, as well as the historic c... .. Read More
A classic cycling holiday in the UK from Newcastle upon Tyne to Edinburgh, on The National Cycle Network Route 1: Coast and Castles, and utilising the North Sea Cycle Route. Arriving in Newcastle with its excellent transport connections, we'll spend our first night in this vibrant city. The next day, after following the Rive... .. Read More
This superb cycling holiday in the UK visits a lovely part of Northern England, and is a great coast to coast option for those who have already done the C2C or Way of the Roses routes. In four days of riding the W2W route passes through a variety of wonderful countryside, stretching from Walney Island - just outside Barrow-in-Fu... .. Read More
Join us for this spectacular 200 mile cycle challenge from Newcastle upon Tyne to Edinburgh on Sustrans National Cycle Network Route 1. Sustrans will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Network throughout 2015 and the iconic Coast and Castles route has been specially picked for a celebratory ride and to raise vital funds ... .. Read More
Way of the Roses answer to l’Arc de Triomphe Offering a cross-country journey through some of the most dramatic landscapes of the UK, our Way of the Roses tour is a classic cycling journey across both Lancashire and Yorkshire. From the … Continue reading
Last Updated: 26/08/2015
C2C season is upon us, which means lots of you are getting out on two wheels and taking on the UK’s favourite place to place journey! Having signed up with her dad, 16 year old Ruth Fox also decided to … Continue reading
Last Updated: 17/08/2015
Rolling countryside, challenges worth cycling for, delicious daily picnics and the trusty Skedaddle van for when things get a little too tough! Our UK supported trips are as popular as ever and filling up fast… For a coast-to-coast journey with a … Continue reading
Last Updated: 28/07/2015
With remote, quiet lanes and dramatic rolling countryside, the UK is a great place to enjoy a self-guided summer cycling holiday. In Scotland, Lochs and Glens explores stunning, remote wilderness. Highlights along the way include cycling alongside the impressive Loch Lomond, spotting leaping … Continue reading
Last Updated: 17/06/2015
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