Angel of the North Circular Cycle

This 22km (14 miles) circular cycle route will take you from the heart of Newcastle's Quayside, along cycle routes down to the iconic Angel of the North statue, then back along the historic Bowes Railway that is now reopened as a dedicated cycle track. There are plenty of delightful places to stop, rest, eat, drink and shop along the way so take your time and make a day of it!

Whitley Bay Cycle

This 40km (25 mile) there-and-back cycle route will take you from the heart of Newcastle's Quayside, along cycle lanes by the River Tyne, all the way to Whitley Bay on the coast (& back) and all along mostly traffic-free cycle paths or quiet roads. There are plenty of delightful places to stop, rest, eat, drink and shop along the way so take your time and make a day of it!

River Tyne West Circular Cycle

This 34km (21 mile) circular cycle route will take you from the central quayside area of Newcastle out along the River Tyne to the west, crossing over at the village of Wylam and coming back on the other side of the river. There are plenty of delightful places to stop, rest, eat, drink and shop along the way so take your time and make a day of it!

Jesmond, Ouseburn & Town Moor Cycle

This 13km (10 mile) circular cycle route will take you from Newcastle's Quayside, along lanes by the River Ouseburn, into the beautiful Jesmond Dene Valley, the heart of chic Jesmond Village, across The Town Moor, into Leazes Park and then back along the Quayside and all along mostly cycle paths and quiet roads. There are plenty of delightful places to stop, rest, eat, drink and shop along the way so take your time and make a day of it!

Extension Cycle along River Tyne West to Hexham

This 44km (27 mile) there-and-back extension to our River Tyne West Circular cycle route takes you further out along the River Tyne cycle route 72, Hadrian's Cycleway, all the way to the Roman Towns of Hexham and Corbridge. If you do this full extension on top of the River Tyne West Cycle route, the whole trip will be 78km (48 miles). So why not make a day of it, buy a picnic in a local shop, and enjoy this route along the Tyne.