National Cycle Network

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Regional routes are another integral part of the National Cycle Network, serving to link more areas and towns to the Network. The present Regional route numbering system that is being phased out, divides the UK into ten regions with Regional Routes numbered 10-99 within each region. The signing convention is the same as for the National Routes except for using a blue, rather than red number patch.
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The Avon Cycleway, Regional Cycle Route 10 by David Anstiss
The Avon Cycleway is an 85 mile circular route around Bristol, mostly on country lanes.

Heading clockwise, starting at the Avon, it heads to Shirehampton, Hallen, Easter Compton, Olveston. Then it join a section of Regional Cycle Route 41 to Littleton-upon-Severn. Then the Avon Cycleway heads to Thornbury, Milbury Heath, Cromhall, Wickwar, Horton, Chipping Sodbury. Then it goes to Yate, Iron Acton, Frampton Cotterell, Coalpit Heath, before using the Bristol-Bath Railway Path.

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Tonbridge to Penshurst Cycle route (Regional Cycle Route 12) by N Chadwick
Tonbridge to Penshurst cycle route (Regional Cycle Route 12) between Tonbridge castle and Penshurst Place offers an excellent, almost entirely traffic free ride from the heart of Tonbridge alongside the River Medway, out into the countryside as far as the glorious buildings of Penshurst Place, some 5 miles (8km) to the west.

TQ5846 : Wealdway to the left, National Cycleway 12 to the right by N Chadwick

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Cycle Route 90 by N Chadwick
Route 90 is the Sustrans regional route linking Brighton to the Cuckoo Trail via the A27 cycle path, Lewes, Glynde and Berwick. It has never been completely signed.

TQ4508 : Mill Lane by N Chadwick

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Regional Cycle Route 15 by N Chadwick
This route follows the Viking Coastal Trail from Reculver in North Kent to Sandwich in East Kent.

TR3970 : Regional Cycleway 15 near Botany Bay by N Chadwick

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Regional cycle Trail 18 (Heron Trail) by N Chadwick
This is an 18 mile circular route on the Hoo peninsula, bounded by, the Thames to the north and the Medway to the south. Dickens wrote four of his novels including Great Expectations and Tale of two Cities close by and the area was a popular smugglers haunt. The trail provides a combination of rural and maritime interests, medieval houses hiding behind later facades and spectacular views along the route.

TQ7376 : Buttway Lane by N Chadwick

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National Cycle Route 688 by N Chadwick
Route 688 runs 55 mile from Winterburn to Linton on Ouse.

Route 688 is the central part of the Way of the Roses cycle route across the Yorkshire Dales, Nidderdale and the Vale of York, via Pateley Bridge, Ripon and Boroughbridge. The route is entirely onroad with steep ascents / descents (especially Greenhow Hill). There are signed links from Gargrave, Skipton and York stations.

SE0460 : Lane to Burnsall by N Chadwick

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