Easy Cycle Rides

Easy Rides - know your cycling level.

These easy rides offer a new experience for those who want to ride easy, while being active on a road bike during their holiday in the Lake District. Our guides will show you the wonderful scenery and explain the history of the Lake District while you gain experience of cycling the country lanes. You will have enough time to rest and take photos, and there will be café stops. These rides are an excellent opportunity to ride with friends or the family and maybe experience E-Bikes for the first time.

Guided Leisure Rides… cycling adventures for all.

From our base in Lowick Green, on the southern edge of the Lake District National Park, we are surrounded by some of Britain's most beautiful countryside.

This, coupled with the spiders web of Cumbrian country lanes, offers an unprecedented opportunity for quiet leisurely cycling. Every ride is a new adventure and while some little hills may require walking up they are always rewarded with a fine descent. There are lots of opportunities to stop off at local pubs and cafes or just chill out by a lake or shore.

These rides can be so much more enjoyable if guided by a knowledgeable local cyclist. We can guide you to and fro, on rides uniquely chosen to suit your cycling ability and fitness, at a speed that you will enjoy. Most rides are about 20 miles long which, when cycled at a leisurely pace, can take the best part of a day.

The rides listed below are a mere indication of what is available in the locality, as on the day of the ride we may amend the route to accommodate the weather.

Remember, every road cycle adventure is custom made for you, your family or your group.

Coniston Water Loop

A beautiful gently undulating ride taking in the East shore of Coniston Water with fantastic views across the lake to the Old Man of Coniston.

High Furness Loop

Riding south from Lowick through rich agricultural land towards the historic town of Ulverston.

High & Low Furness Loop

Continuing from High Furness along the shores of Morecambe Bay to Peil Island. 

 Rusland Valley Loop

Rural south Cumbria at its quietest and most quaint, Rusland is famous for its ancient forests of Oak and Hazel.

Rusland Valley Loop & Hawkshead

From Rusland, famous for its ancient forests of Oak and Hazel, continuing to the popular Lakeland village of Hawkshead via Grizedale Forest.

Cartmel Peninsula

Following the old horse and coach route through Bouth and past Holker Hall with time in the historic village of Cartmel with its ancient Priory and cafes.

Recommended hire bikes for these rides:

E-bikes and Family Bikes