Traffic-free Cycling Routes In Cambridgeshire

The best traffic-free cycle routes now have route guides that are graded, and very detailed. Each route guide gives you a weather forecast, and tells you details about the route. These details include what the route surface is like, how safe it is for especially younger kids, or new and nervous cyclists.

You will also learn what barriers there may be, what bikes are suitable for the route, and even where toilets and refreshment stops are! Finally, each route guide has an interactive map, from where you can download the GPX of the route.

The route guides also include details of getting there, including the nearest train station. Just be sure to first read my Bikes On Trains guide, for tips on taking your bike on a train.

Cycle routes in Cambridgeshire

  • The Roman Road (Cambridge)
    Roman Road cycle route overall rating: ⭐⭐⭐ This 12.8 mile route mostly follows the course of an old Roman road, hence the name. Starting in Cambridge, the route is initially on (normally) quiet roads, with a stretch on a segregated cycle path, but soon picks up the actual remains of a Roman road. The route … Read more
  • Cambridge Guided Busway
    Cambridge Guided Busway Cycle Route Overall Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ The Cambridge Guided Busway was originally built as a service road for the busway. Sadly, when it floods (as it does from time to time) the local authority refuses to do anything about it, claiming it’s a service road. However, when talking about what they’re doing for … Read more