Surrounded by some of Scotland’s most beautiful countryside, the towns and villages of the Scottish Borders make an ideal starting point for some of the region’s shorter cycle trails.
Whether it’s a five mile route that takes in one of the best places in the Borders to see otters, an eight mile tour of the stunning Berwickshire coast, or a more challenging 53 mile route passing by three of the region’s most beautiful stretches of water, the Scottish Borders has trails to suit all levels of leisure cyclist.
Follow the links below to download detailed cycle route information:
- 4 Abbeys Cycle Route
- Borderloop Cycle Route
- Coast and Castle Cycle Route
- Southern Borders Loop Cycle Route
- Tweed Cycleway Cycle Route
Are you a Borders business looking to attract cycling tourists?
The new online Bike Kit provides marketing advice, links to information on the region’s cycle routes, free imagery, web banners, top tips and suggestions for joint working to enable accommodation providers, bike hire shops, cafes, restaurants and attractions throughout the Borders to showcase the region’s potential as a cycling destination to prospective visitors.