Across the Canterbury district there is a cycle route for all tastes, whether it be rural, coastal or urban and along the way there are beautiful views and historical sights for the whole family to enjoy.
Have you spotted our Active Mile Markers across the district? They measure a distance of up to three miles in some locations where you can either walk, run or cycle. Keep a record of your time and distance and see your fitness improve. Perhaps challenge your family or friends to join in- you’ll be amazed at your progress!
The Active Mile markers can be found at the following locations:
It takes most people about 20 minutes to walk a mile, although if you don’t take much exercise it might take you a bit longer than this at first.
If you are looking to hire or buy a new bike, the district has a large selection of shops to choose from.
The Kent Countryside deserves to be explored but if your looking to get from “a to b” on two wheels then here are a number of popular cycle routes. The link below includes family friendly cycle routes and downloadable maps produced by Spokes East Kent Cycle Campaign Group.
If you have any cycle rides that you would like to share then please upload your routes using Map My Run.
If you are keen to learn how to ride a bike but don’t know where to start, there are a couple of local Cycling Instructors that may be able to help: