See Bath by bike
Our network maps show our dedicated cycle infrastructure, such as off-road cycle paths and crossing points, as well as cycle contraflows and special access within the City Centre. However, if you are interested in seeing some of the best of Bath without having to plan, our specially-compiled leisure routes below are ideal. Ranging from short City Centre tours to longer journeys into the surrounding countryside, each route has a guide to distance, hills and points of interest along the way, so you can pick the best one for you.
Two Tunnels Greenway
Described by The Independent as “one of the most scenically varied and sightseeing-rich couple of hours of cycling anywhere in Britain”, this 12.5 mile ride also includes the longest cycling tunnel in the UK. View the route map. View on Map My Ride. *NEW* watch our scenic route video
Kennet & Avon Canal to Bradford on Avon
This longer 17.5 mile ride features quiet towpaths, country pubs and the noteworthy Avoncliff Aqueduct which was completed in 1801. View the route map. View on Map My Ride. *NEW* watch our scenic route video
Bath to Bristol Railway Path
Navigation is easy on this simple, traffic free route between the two Cities. The full distance one way is 13 miles, but the out-and-back route means that you can turn around whenever you like. View the route map. *NEW* watch our scenic route video
If you haven’t time to explore the above days out, our two city centre routes below offer plenty of sights in the shortest time and are a great way to get to know the City.
Route 1 A four mile route including the Royal Crescent, city Parks and Pulteney Bridge. View the route map. View on Map My Ride. *NEW* watch the video
Route 2 In less than 2 miles, you can see Milsom Street, the artisan quarter in Walcot Street and Pulteney Weir. View the route map. View on Map My Ride. *NEW* watch the video
If you want to venture further afield, there are lots more routes in the South West to try. Visit Better by Bike to see the latest news and find more great rides.