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  • Ellesmere Cycle Rides Route 1: To Colemere & Welshampton

    Distance: 18 miles
    An easy 18 mile cycling route for lovers of the countryside who can enjoy a break at the delightful Colemere heritage site, where an array of wildlife can be spotted. Refreshments can be taken on the route at both Cockshutt and Welshampton.
  • Ellesmere Cycle Rides Route 2: Penley, Bangor and Overton

    Distance: 23 miles
    This 22½ mile circular route incorporates cycling on major roads and may suit more experienced cyclists. This is a great journey for those with equestrian interests as, after crossing the border and enjoying the sweeping countryside of Wales, you can enjoy a trip to the races at the famous Bangor on Dee racecourse.
  • Ellesmere Cycle Rides Route 3: To St Martin’s

    Distance: 13 miles
    This 14½ mile circular route takes you into the heart of the North West Shropshire Coalfield. It is easy cycling through a maze of country lanes and offers a journey into the industrial past of the County.
  • Ellesmere Cycle Rides Route 4: To Gobowen & Oswestry

    Distance: 25 miles
    This 24½ miles is suitable for more experienced cyclists as it includes some cycling on steep inclines and busy roads. Those who take the ride will enjoy both open countryside and the opportunity to enjoy the industrial heritage of the town of Oswestry, which has been an important settlement on the borders of Wales for many centuries.
  • Ellesmere Cycle Rides Route 5: To West Felton, Ruyton XI Towns & Baschurch (29.5 mile)

    Distance: 30 miles
    This is the longest route at 29½ miles, with an option to short cut to 10 miles, and is suitable for more experienced cyclists as it includes some cycling on steep inclines and busy roads. En-route, you could enjoy a picnic at the canal near Lower Frankton or, if you choose to take the longer route, stop off for refreshments in the bustling villages of Ruyton-XI-Towns and Baschurch.
  • Ellesmere Cycle Rides Route 5: To West Felton, Ruyton XI Towns & Baschurch (10 mile)

    Distance: 10 miles
    This is the shortest route at 10 miles, with an option of 29½ miles and is suitable for more experienced cyclists as it includes some cycling on steep inclines and busy roads. En-route, you could enjoy a picnic at the canal near Lower Frankton or, if you choose to take the longer route, stop off for refreshments in the bustling villages of Ruyton-XI-Towns and Baschurch.