|5 mile limit||4mi||Tue 15 Aug|
|direct||1mi||Tue 15 Aug|
|Partick & Kelvindale loop||6mi||Mon 7 Aug|
|South City loop||5mi||Mon 31 Jul|
|01 Aeroport Glasgow||4mi||Sun 28 May|
|Barbeth rtn||4mi||10 Jun 2016|
|Barbeth out||4mi||10 Jun 2016|
|burrell out ct||3mi||6 Jun 2016|
|Silverburn to South Nitshill||1mi||2 Jun 2016|
|Bearsden to Central Station||6mi||20 Apr 2016|
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Wednesday 9 April
Sustrans and the Scottish Government have announced £14m of grants to build better cycle routes across Scotland. Added to an extra £18m from councils and other partners, the money will…
Tuesday 18 March
The cities of Bath and Glasgow are each to get a ‘Boris bike’-style hire scheme, both to be run by German company Nextbike. Glasgow’s hire scheme will be entirely new,…
Find somewhere to cycle this weekend. Here’s our route-planner’s top picks around Glasgow:
National Cycle Network
The National Cycle Network is a great way to find traffic-free routes and quiet lanes. These routes pass through Glasgow:
To Dunoon, Greenock, Armadale, Bathgate, Livingston and Edinburgh.
To Lockerbie and Hamilton.
To Sunderland, Washington, Stanley, Annfield Plain, Consett, Penrith, Carlisle, Annan, Dumfries, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbright, Newton Stewart, Maybole, Ayr, Irvine, Kilwinning, Dumbarton, Alexandria, Callander, Aberfeldy, Pitlochry, Kingussie and Inverness.
To Edinburgh, Linlithgow, Falkirk, Denny and Kirkintilloch.
What are the roads like? Which are the most cycle-friendly cafés? Where’s your favourite place for a Saturday afternoon spin? Share your knowledge with other local cyclists.