Cycle Routes in Lincolnshire

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With miles of open countryside and a lengthy and attractive coastline, Lincolnshire has much to offer the cyclist. This section of England is also fairly flat offering up an abundance of attractive cycling options.
National Cycle Network route 1 runs through the county with one of the highlights the crossing from Lincolnshire into East Riding of Yorkshire via the Humber Bridge (pictured)

There are several National Cycle Network signed routes in the county many of which have been mapped and can be viewed and downloaded below.
For more information on NCN routes in the county (including free cycle maps) please click here

For more information on cycle routes in Lincolnshire including tips, advice and free cycle maps please click here

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 Short Routes: <15 miles (25km)
Route NameDistanceDifficulty
Cleethorpes Country Park1 miles (2 km)*
Grantham to Bottesford11 miles (17 km)*
Harby to Lincoln6 miles (10 km)*
Stamford to Oakham14 miles (23 km)***

 Mid Distance Routes: 16 - 30 miles (26-50km)
Route NameDistanceDifficulty
Boston to Wainfleet All Saints22 miles (36 km)**
Grantham to Newark-On-Trent25 miles (40 km)**
Lincoln to Market Rasen21 miles (33 km)**
Lincoln to Newark-On-Trent24 miles (38 km)**
Market Rasen to Grimsby21 miles (34 km)***
Melton Mowbray to Grantham22 miles (36 km)****
Peterborough to Stamford17 miles (27 km)**

 Long Routes: > 30 miles (50km)
Route NameDistanceDifficulty
Boston to Lincoln36 miles (58 km)**
Boston to Skegness32 miles (52 km)**
Leicester to Stamford39 miles (62 km)****
Lindsey Trail75 miles (121 km)****
Market Rasen to Hessle37 miles (60 km)**
Melton Mowbray to Newark-On-Trent34 miles (55 km)***
Peterborough to Spalding31 miles (50 km)*
Wisbech to Boston39 miles (62 km)**


 Lincolnshire Cycling Links
NameDescription
North Lincolnshire CouncilInformation and cycle maps for the area.


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