The new Cotswold Line Cycle Route passes through some of Britain's finest cycling country... and it's open to you whether you're a beginning cyclist or an experienced tourer.
The route follows the Cotswold Line railway, so you can simply cycle as far as you like - then get the train home.
It runs from Oxford to Worcester, via picturesque Cotswold towns such as Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh. We've chosen quiet lanes and occasional off-road tracks to make sure your cycling is picturesque and hassle-free wherever possible.
First-time cyclist? Why not cycle from Kingham to Moreton-in-Marsh on flat roads, stopping off at the famous Daylesford Organic cafe. Hardened tourer? Challenge yourself to all 75 miles in one day. Or anything in between!
This brand-new route has been devised by local cyclists and is now fully signposted apart from two short sections.
Simply click the links to the right for a description and map of each stage.
You can download a PDF map of the whole route (1.6Mb PDF).
Find out more about travelling by train.
Wanting to hire a bike? Check out our listing of cycle hire and bike shops.