The Jurassic Cycle Trails start from Overcombe, Preston, Weymouth where there is a convienient car park at DT3 6SX.
There is also a new cycle hire business called ‘Jurassic Trails Cycle Hire’ who can be contacted on 01305 836428 with a great selection of brand new bikes, child seats, tag a longs and trailers for half or full day hire.
Route 1 – Follow cycle paths around Lodmoor Country park and Nature Reserve – ideal for youngsters learning to ride with plenty of things to do along the trail and lots of visitor attractions and amenities at Lodmoor Country Park.
Route 2 – A slightly longer route leading into Weymouth Town Centre with it’s many attractions, award winning beach and 17th century working harbour – this route is mainly on cycle paths with one main road to cross on foot so is also ideal for all the family.
Route 3 – Continuing on from Weymouth joining the Rodwell Trail and heading for a stunning ride over to the Isle of Portland, marvelling at the many winsdsurfers, sailors and kitesurfers at this world famous London 2012 Olympic watersports destination. Arriving on Portland at Osprey Quay home to the National Sailing Academy, Portland Marina and close by Portland Castle – plenty of picnic locations along the way to make for a full day out on your bike. This route is suitable for families and is mainly on cycleways, younger children might enjoy the challenge of cycling for 16 miles.
Maps of the ‘Jurassic Cycle Trails’ are supplied and the routes are well signposted with the familiar blue cycle route signs which now appear all over the country thanks to the ‘Sustrans’ organisation.
Contact ‘Jurassic Trails Cycle Hire’ for more information – even if you have your own bike they will be pleased to help 01305 836428
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