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The canals

Birmingham’s canal network is a boon for the cyclist – but don’t expect miles of pristine tarmac.

Surfaces vary greatly, and can be muddy in winter. Like all canals, the…

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Cycle routes

Birmingham’s traffic-free routes are largely based on the canal system. This will get you comfortably to Edgbaston and Selly Oak, Wednesbury and Wolverhampton, or Gravelly Hill and Erdington. The city…

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The Phoenix Trail

Oxfordshire’s finest old railway path is the Phoenix Trail, from Thame to Princes Risborough. Perfectly flat, adorned with sculptured seats, and with a pleasant town at each end, it’s an…

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Abingdon and the Thames

Outside London, most of the Thames Path isn’t cyclable: the surfaces are too rough, the path too narrow. But you can get a good taste of the Thames by following…

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Danger spots

Without doubt, Oxford's worst location is the area around the railway station. Frideswide Square, the junction and bus interchange outside it, is ultra-confusing with too many traffic lights, turn lanes…

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