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Cycling is becoming increasingly popular whether its for leisure, sport or a means of transport. What better way to explore Redcar and Cleveland!

With Guisborough Forest, the stunning Cleveland coast and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park right on the doorstep the cycle opportunities are endless.

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are proud to host a section of the long distance National Cycle Network (NCN 1) route 168 from Middlesbrough to Staithes, taking in the glorious coastal views of Saltburn-by-the-Sea and forms part of the longer North Sea Cycle Route.

The Let’s Go Tees Valley and Sustrans  website have route builders that can help you find some of the best cycle routes in our borough and beyond.

You can find the cycling routes in Redcar and Cleveland by using the MyRedcar map.

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