Stuck for something to do this year?
The National Cycle Network is a 10,000 mile project being developed by local authorities and others and is coordinated by the charity, Sustrans.
As much as possible the National Cycle Network follows quiet roads or purpose built traffic free paths and aims to connect the centre of towns along the way.
More information on the routes can be found by visiting www.nationalcyclenetwork.org.uk
One such route is the Pennine Cycleway which runs from Berwick -upon-Tweed through to Derby. This 355 mile route runs through beautiful scenery in the National Parks of the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland.
Why not hire our VW Campervan, Freddie and make the most of these cycle routes as he comes fitted with a cycle carrier for up to 4 bikes.
We all love a cycle, whether it a leisurely ride along quiet disused rail lines with your family or a more vigorous trip through the Peaks and Dales, the National Cycle Network will offer something for everyone.