Cycling adventures

Fancy a two-wheeled adventure? We’ve got just the thing! Our cycling Trails will have you peddling the route from stop to stop as you enjoy some scenic interludes between solving clues.

You’ll have to stop peddling to solve the clues, of course! Sometimes this will be a quick stop-and-solve. At other times, you’ll need to lock up the bikes and explore a location on foot to find the answers you seek. Then it’s back on the saddle and off to the next location along the self-guided route.

How to find cycling Trails

It's super easy to find cycling adventures around your local area or whichever place you'd like to explore. Firstly, enter the place you'd like to visit into the search bar at the top of this page. You'll then be able to see all the Treasure Trails within 30 miles.

Click on the filter button just above the map to see the filter options pop up on the left-hand side. Under 'Getting Around', click the 'Scooter friendly' box and press the 'Submit Filters' button. Then, you'll be able to see all the awesome cycling adventures just waiting to be tackled!

Not all regions of the country have cycling Trails, so to save you a bit of time, we’ve put together a full list of cycling Trails below. Please note that some of the routes are linear, meaning they’re just one way, so you will also need to plan for the journey back.

Can't find a cycling route near you? We've got plenty of walking Trails and even scooter-friendly routes across the UK to keep you busy! If you know somewhere that would be perfect for a cycling Trail, let us know

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We don’t currently have any cycling Trails in Wales, Northern Ireland or the north west of England, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out! From hills to valleys, city to countryside, coastal scenes to mountains and everything in between, there are plenty of chances to soak up the sights, sounds and heaps of heritage each has to offer. Search for the place you'd like to explore and check out our selection of walking and driving Trails.

South West

The view across The River Torridge from The Tarka Trail, Devon


From coast to countryside, we have five fun cycling Trails for you to try out in Cornwall:


Step away from the tourist traps and see everything that North Devon has to offer with this cycling Trail:

  • Tarka Spy Trail 2, a linear spy mission with 9 miles of cycling, plus the journey back.


Seek the special sights in Dorset with these two cycling Trails:

  • Sandbanks, a linear treasure hunt with 4 miles of cycling (or walking), plus the journey back.
  • Weymouth Jurassic Cycle Trail, a linear treasure hunt with 9 miles of cycling, plus the journey back.


Get back to nature in the Cotswolds with this Gloucestershire cycling Trail:

South East

Explore beside the Thames at Strand-on-the-Green


Wander off the beaten path to discover the hidden gems of the New Forest with these three Hampshire cycling Trails:

Isle of Wight

We have a peddle-tastic cycling Trail in the Isle of Wight where you’ll unearth fascinating historical heritage highlights along the way:

  • Bembridge, a ‘loop’ treasure hunt with 7.5 miles of cycling.


For a cycling adventure in London, we take you away from the hustle and bustle of the city:


Explore green spaces on the outskirts of the city with these Surrey cycling Trails:

East of England

A corn mill in Great Bircham, Norfolk


For a top cycling adventure in Norfolk our Birchams Trail will take you through some stunning countryside as you go:

East Midlands

Normanton Church at Rutland Water


We’ve got a fantastic cycling Trail in Derbyshire, which will weave you down the waterways for wildlife, history and clue-cracking:

  • Bugsworth Canal Basin, a linear treasure hunt with 1.5 miles of cycling (or walking), plus the journey back.


Slip out of the city to discover the three cycling Trails Leicestershire has to offer:

  • Appleby Magna to Shackerstone, a ‘loop’ spy mission with 12 miles of cycling (or driving) and 2.5 miles of walking.
  • Belvoir Castle Country, a ‘loop’ treasure hunt with 10 miles of cycling (or driving) and 2 miles of walking.
  • Vale of Belvoir, a ‘loop’ spy mission with 10 miles of cycling (or driving) and 2 miles of walking.


Our Nottinghamshire cycling Trail will have you riding through the rolling countryside to seek the clues:


From the waterside to the countryside, these three cycling Trails will show you the tranquillity that Rutland offers:

West Midlands

Cycle beside the river in Worcester


Meander through some areas of outstanding natural beauty with this Herefordshire cycling Trail:


Sneak out of the city in search of green spaces with a cycling Trail in Staffordshire:


See a different side to the city and venture around the historic county of Worcestershire with these two cycling Trails:


Explore the Yorkshire countryside on a cycling Trail

East Yorkshire

Soak up the sights and sounds of East Riding with these two cycling Trails:

North Yorkshire

A disused railway line in North Yorkshire is the setting for this Trail, taking you off-road with woodlands, wildlife and picturesque views:

North East

Warkworth Castle in Northumberland


Meander down the Northumberland Coast for a dose of vitamin sea with these cycling Trails:

Please note, these two Trails follow the same route and contain the same Clues, except one is in reverse.


The old jetty at Kinlochard

Argyll and Bute

Get a full dose of the Scottish sights with lochs and isles on our cycling Trail around Argyll and Bute:

  • Loch Lomond West, a ‘loop’ treasure hunt with 8 miles of cycling (or driving) and 2 miles of walking.

Dumfries and Galloway

Our cycling Trail in Dumfries and Galloway explores the southern coastline and its panoramic views:

  • Whithorn, a ‘loop’ spy mission with 20 miles of cycling (or driving) and 2 miles of walking.


Take to two wheels in Fife and you’ll be rewarded with heaps of heritage and super stories to discover:

  • Ceres, a ‘loop’ treasure hunt with 9 miles of cycling and 1.25 miles of walking.

Scottish Borders

Tackle the cycling Trail around the Scottish Borders and you’ll enjoy fantastic countryside between these two border towns:

Stirlingshire and the Forth Valley

There’s one cycling Trail around Stirlingshire and the Forth Valley, taking you away from the hustle and bustle to tranquil scenery along Loch Ard: