Manchester is not about partying in one of the most celebrated nightclubs. You can go hiking, biking as well as cycling. Cycling is, undoubtedly, one of the fascinating outdoor activities in the city. It is also a remarkable way to explore Manchester. Here are given some recently added cycling routes that might fascinate you the most.
Urmston, Lymm, High Legh, Urmston:
Fasten your lace, get your bike and embark upon a twenty year mile track. Start your journey right from Urmston till you make your first stop at Lymm village. For non-regular riders, Lymm village makes a wonderful rest. High Legh offer a quieter ride with picturesque countryside views. It is a great way to blow cobwebs away.
Park Bridge/ Daisy Nook/ Medlock Cycle Route:
This particular route entices people who are strong enough to take a tough journey. Old disused railways and hard tracks constitute the route. There are some steep climbs required. The route is a dedicated off the beaten track. Places famous that you will pass by are IKEA, Snipe Retail Park, Medlock Leisure Park, Daisy Nook Country Park and Park Bridge Visitor Centre. Halfords is set on the Snipe Retail Park.
Chadkirk to Mellor Cross & Back Cycle Route:
Your journey will start from Chadkirk. En route you will come across quiet estate, amazing country roads, tough bridleways and tracks. Cycling here will be a challenge. The major landmarks on the way to come across are Chadkirk Chapel, Bronze Age dig at Mellor Church and Mellor Cross. There is another dig found at the Lakes. Popular cycle clubs to find in the region include the Tribe MBC, Middleton Cycling Club, Bolton Clarion, Wythenshawe Hospital Cycling Club, Seamons CC and Greater Manchester Cycling Club.
Are you ready to take up the challenges?