For traffic-free cycling and a great range of routes and locations to explore, South Devon has it all for adventures of the two-wheeled kind. Whether you want tranquillity in the summer countryside or an energetic autumn break, South Devon prides itself on catering for cyclists of all levels.
Most leisure cycling in South Devon is promoted through its official cycle routes, with the National Cycle Network Route 2 or NCN2 being the main purpose built (and traffic free) cycleway in the area. From Exeter to the Plym Valley, the cycle routes take you on a journey around the best of the South Devon countryside and coastline. If you're bringing the kids then it offers a safe and secure route that will keep you off the main roads and away from the summer traffic jams.
Things to Do
Devon by Bike
We provide safe, flat, traffic-free, cycling holidays in Devon. We arrange B&B accommodation and transport customers, their luggage and bikes between the Tarka Trail, Exe Estuary, Granite Way and Plym Valley trail. We specialise in holidays that are safe for families and less experienced cyclists ... read more
The Templer Way is a walk of 18 miles tracing the historic line of granite being taken from the quarries at Haytor to the docks at Teignmouth. Where possible it follows the Haytor Granite Tramway and Stover Canal, the means by which the granite was moved.
The route gets its name from the ... read more
Cultural Trails: East Prawle Cycling Route
East Prawle Cycling Route: Trade and Settlement
This is a classic bike route through superb and varied scenery, along a nice mix of green lanes and country roads. Enough incline to get the blood circulating, and superlative views to reward the effort. It is a 12mile circular route over qu ... read more