Cycling - Dumfries & Galloway
- 7stanes Ae Forest
- 7stanes Dalbeattie
- 7stanes Kirroughtree
- 7stanes Mabie
- Carrick Forest
- Clatteringshaws Loch
- Drumlanrig Castle to St Johns Town of Dalry
- Glentrool and Clatteringshaws Loch
- Lochinvar Circular
- Lowther Hills and the River Clyde
- Lowther Hills Circular
- Newton Stewart to the Isle of Whithorn
- Stranraer to Dunbar
- Stranraer to Newton Stewart
- The Merrick Circle
Welcome to two wheel heaven! From gentle pedals in lovely countryside to long-distance routes across the region, from beginners' trails to extreme downhill action, Dumfries & Galloway is the perfect destination for cycling and mountain biking.
Dumfries & Galloway is a cyclist's dream destination with hundreds of miles of routes enabling you to see the region at its best from two wheels.
Discover the fascinating history of the great Scottish invention - the bicycle - and have a pedal yourself at stately Drumlanrig Castle near Thornhill, near Dumfries.
Take on the Omega Man and Coffin Jump at The Forest of Ae - a mountain biking centre with some of the fastest downhills and most dramatic jumps anywhere.
Even if you’re not an extreme mountain biker, you'll relish a ride on the trails at Kirroughtree in the wild and scenic Galloway Forest Park.
Head to the cyclist-friendly Machars peninsula for a pick of four routes exploring this lovely area.
With its convenient bike hire scheme and choice of easy cycle routes, Dumfries provides the perfect introduction to a two-wheeled tour of the region.
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