Cycling Routes For Foodies

Pedal and taste your way through some of Britain’s most beautiful countryside and coastal towns on these cycling routes for foodies. Taste oysters in Whitstable, cheese in Cheddar and mussels and English wine cycling along the Exe Valley. It makes a delicious day out.

Woman in floral dress happy cycling

Pedal and Taste Your Way Along These Cycle Routes For Foodies

Cyclists sipping Afternoon Tea on London's Tweed Run

Sip Tea as You Cycle Past London’s Landmarks on The Tweed Run

Central London (May)

The Tweed Run is London’s best dressed cycle ride. Take a leisurely and very stylish cycle past London’s most famous landmarks and enjoy tasting stops along the way.


Taste Gin and Visit London’s Markets on a Pashley Bike

Central London 

Gin lovers get ready to saddle up and enjoy a cycling tour of London. You’ll learn about the history of gin in London, take in the sights and smells of London’s best street markets and have a little gin tasting along the way.


Fishing boat Whitstable Harbour

Cycle The Crab and Winkle Way between Canterbury and Whitstable

Whitstable, Kent

Seafoodies will love cycling along this historic old railway line, home to the first regular steam passenger railway in the world. It’s affectionately known as the Crab and Winkle way.

Sign to Bakewell on the Monsal Trail

Get a Sweet Sugar Rush Cycling or Walking The Monsal Trail

Bakewell, Peak District, Derbyshire 

Reward yourself with a traditional Bakewell Pudding after walking or cycling the 9-mile Monsal Trail (also known as the Cake Trail). It follows the former railway line offering spectacular views of the Derbyshire countryside and the magnificent Monsal viaduct as you taste and go.

Tissington Hall on the Tissington Trail in the Peak District

Stop to Taste Cheese Along The Tissington Trail

Tissington, Peak District, Derbyshire 

Walk or cycle the 13 mile Tissington Trail stopping off at villages en route to taste local cheese, cream teas and ice cream as you go.

Eroica Britannia Cycling Festival Bakewell

Graze and Cycle in Vintage Style at Eroica Britannia

Bakewell, Peak District, Derbyshire 

Eroica Britannia is a 3 day vintage cycling festival in which 3,600 riders take on the Peak District’s renowned cycling routes. The festival celebrates a love of food with its feast stops and Graze food fair.

bicycle Exe Valley Cycle Trail Devon

Eat, Pedal and Taste Wine Along the Exe Estuary Trail

Exmouth, Devon 

Tracing the Exe Valley from Dawlish to Exmouth, this 17.5 mile long estuary trail is fairly flat. It presents plentiful opportunities to stop off at cafés, pubs, vineyards and the renowned Darts Farm as you pedal your way along the estuary soaking up the view and working up an appetite.

Somerset Levels

Cycle Through Somerset’s Apple Orchards on The Cider Cycle Trail

Langport, Somerset Levels

Cycle along the quiet roads and tracks of the Somerset Levels on the Cider Trail. This 13 mile circular route will take you to a long-established maker of kitchen pots, a family run smokery and the Somerset Distillery and Burrow Hill Cider Farm.

Strawberry Line Cycling For Foodies

Cycle the Strawberry Line & Feast on Strawberries, Cheese & Cider

Cheddar, Somerset

Cycle or walk along the Strawberry Line which was built in 1869 to connect the West Country’s strawberry fields to the rest of the UK. The former railway line ends in scenic Cheddar where you can see the world-famous cheese being made.

Ampleforth Abbey Apple Orchard Yorkshire

Tour Ampleforth Abbey’s Apple Orchard & Taste Award-Winning Cider and Beers

Ampleforth, Yorkshire 

Ampleforth Abbey is an impressive Grade II listed Benedictine monastery and school. Situated in one of North Yorkshire’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it has an equally outstanding reputation for cider and beer making.