Moderate Cycle Routes on Dartmoor
Take a look below at just some of the cycle rides available for you to enjoy on Dartmoor. These ones are marked as moderate; this means that the route is no more than nine miles distant, taking place over undulating but not extreme ground. What a great way to keep fit.
Most of the routes below state their level of difficulty and give an outline of the routes, so that you are fully informed before you even get on your bike.
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3 West Street, Okehampton
This selection of four routes (with on extension for the more adventurous cyclist) all start in and around Okehampton, and will take you to some of West Devon's most delightful small villages and towns.
This is a national celebration of the social, health and environmental benefits of cycling. The week aims to get people to give cycling a go all over the UK. Dartmoor is very popular with both on and off road cyclists and the National Park website
Tavistock to Plymouth
Drake’s Trail is a network of walking and cycling trails. The network has something for all ages and fitness levels, starting with the new off-road cycling section between Tavistock and Plymouth.
CAReFREE DARTMOOR: Explore the lovely Dartmoor National Park on foot or on a top-quality electric bike -- or both. We offer guided tours, designed to suit you, that start from a variety of locations on Dartmoor and last a full or half day.
Bedford Square, Tavistock
These four circular and one linear routes take you on a tour of some of the unspoilt areas of West Devon, including many points of interest along the way.
Haldon Forest Park is the perfect environment for sports riders.
This is a technical, fast and flowing trail with tight corners and lively descents to test your reflexes. Only for experienced riders with appropriate bikes and protective equipment.
This is a linear route that links the two South Devon towns of Newton Abbot and Bovey Tracey. It is aimed at good cyclists above the age of 11 years old, as 80% of the route is on road with traffic.
The route passes close to Brent Tor. If you decide to do the longer journey, then you will also pass Lydford Gorge and Waterfall (National Trust) and Lydford Castle (English Heritage).
This is a new, truly spectacular and mostly traffic free cycle route through rural Devon with fantastic views of Dartmoor and the surrounding countryside.