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Cycling Routes

Please see below Strava links to a number of routes produced by Long Leg Tours. Most of these routes have been used in Long Leg Tours events. These routes have been risk assessed however roads & conditions change so these routes should only be used as a guide. If you ride any of the route and they are no longer accurace please let us know by emailing info@longlegtours.co.uk and we will update them.

Route of the Month

St Ives to Cambridge and back via the guided bus cycle way - https://www.strava.com/routes/11554243

The ride starts and finishes in the market town of St Ives, near Waitrose. If you head in an anti-clockwise direction you will soon pass through a number of small villages and will end up in the great city of Cambridge. Cambridge is famous for its universities and you will pass a number on this route. As you start heading back out of the city you will come across the cycle path that is traffic free for 15 miles, this runs alongside the guided busway and takes you right back to St Ives. There are a number of car parks near the start of the route.

Best of the Rest

Oundle 52 mile loop - https://www.strava.com/routes/11288662

The ride starts and finishes in the historic town of Oundle, near a great little cafe called Beans. If you head in an anti-clockwise direction you will soon pass through a number of small villages including Alconbury. As you start heading back north you will notice how many of the building are built of stone. There are a number of car parks near the start of the route.

Peaks 55 mile loop - https://www.strava.com/routes/11288406

This ride start and finishes at the Peak Shopping Village, Rowsley, DE4 2JE. This route has got great views of the Peak District which is a fantasic place to ride. Enjoy the climbs and take care on the decents.

Chiltern Hills 55 mile loop - https://www.strava.com/routes/10861282

This ride starts and finishes at Link Road car park, HP16 9AE in the village of Great Missenden. It takes in a number of good veiws including the Dunstable Downs. The Anglers Retreat in Marsworth could be a stopping point. Once back at Great Missended there is a number of cafes and coffee shops.

Great Barford 60 mile loop - https://www.strava.com/routes/10861445

This ride starts and finishes on the outskirts of Great Barford, Bedfordshire. There is a number of places to park in the village. The route heads south finally arriving in the small village of Whitwell which is a great place for a coffee and cake. When heading out of Whitwell you may be lucky enough to spot some Red Kites.

I thought the Slepe Morning Sportive was very well organised. The route marking left no doubt about where to go and it was a decent route and kept us off main roads most of the time. The food stop was excellent, the checking in was easy and the briefing for the start was magnificent. Good job all round!


Well done to Simon and the team for a great event – a bit of everything, including the wind! Lovely food station. From all at Octagon Cycling Club.

Neil Bowman

I would just like to say a massive thank you and congratulations to Simon of Long Leg Tours and his team for putting on a very well-organised sportive. Everyone was very helpful and the food and water stations did not disappoint. Roll on next year and many more to come.

Tim Haynes

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