Newcastle Cycles

We have a great selection of cycle routes around Newcastle for you, all planned on routes with good surfaces and not packed with cars. You’ll cycle along canal and river towpaths, resurfaced disused railway lines, bike routes through country parks as well as leafy quiet tree-lined roads. Routes include alongside the River Tyne out into the countryside and to the Coast at Whitley Bay, the Ouseburn Valley, Town Moor and Jesmond Dene and of course the Angel of the North!

This 13km (10 mile) circular cycle route will take you from Newcastle’s Quayside, along lanes by the River Ouseburn, into the beautiful Jesmond Dene Valley, the heart of chic Jesmond Village, across The Town Moor,...
This 34km (21 mile) circular cycle route will take you from the central quayside area of Newcastle out along the River Tyne to the west, crossing over at the village of Wylam and coming...
This 40km (25 mile) there-and-back cycle route will take you from the heart of Newcastle’s Quayside, along cycle lanes by the River Tyne, all the way to Whitley Bay on the coast (& back)...
This 22km (14 miles) circular cycle route will take you from the heart of Newcastle’s Quayside, along cycle routes down to the iconic Angel of the North statue, then back along the historic Bowes Railway that...