Cycling around Hungerford
Cycling is a popular activity in Hungerford and West Berkshire. West Berkshire Council provides a number of walking and cycling maps and routes to help you explore the area. The maps have been individually drawn to show paths and routes which are open for you to use on foot or by bike. The cycling maps can help you explore the district by a number of leisurely routes, such as Route 4 – Marsh Benham and Hungerford. Komoot also provides the top 20 bike rides around Hungerford. If you’re looking for more information about the area, you can visit The West Berkshire Council website.
Kennet and Avon Canal Route
A lovely mix of gorgeous countryside and tranquil canals, the 21-mile Kennet and Avon Canal route is a perfect day out for the whole family. There’s plenty to see and do near the route, including Highclere Castle, Nature Discovery Centre, and the Museum of Reading.
North Wessex Downs
The North Wessex Downs offers fantastic opportunities for cyclists and horse riders. Quiet roads meander through pretty villages and there is an abundance of bridleways across the AONB.
West Berkshire Spokes Cycling Group
Spokes is a voluntary organisation representing all cyclists across West Berkshire. By joining Spokes, you will become part of a great local cycling community.