Cycling has taken off like never before. Recent successes by Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome, and improved media coverage of downhill bike racing have introduced this sport and hobby for millions of cyclists all over the world.
Wheelale is dedicated to finding some off the best cycle routes in some of the most picturesque countryside. These cycle routes are aimed at road bikes, mountain bikes, and hybrid bikes. There are short routes, to long cycle routes. Graded in three simple difficulty levels, easy, medium and challenging, you can be sure to find a bike ride that will suit how you feel today. Bike riding is a great way to enjoy the outdoors from young to old.
We aim to give you bike routes with great places to start, finish and in between other places to take a rest and refresh at. All our routes offer fantastic cafes, public houses, cake shops and bike repair shops. They all welcome cyclists and offer facilities for your bike. From places to lock up your bike, to wash facilities for your prized possession.
WheelAle creates cycling routes for the cycling community, upload your cycling routes to share or find a new cycling routes to enjoy. Get active, get fitter, get on your bike and get involved.
We at Wheelale love cycling and we love nothing more but to finish with a nice warm drink, a gorgeous cake or even a cold beer on a warm summer evening at a place that we know welcomes and embraces the cycling fraternity.
So what are you waiting for? Check out the cycle routes and then get out on your bike and enjoy the wonderful outdoor life. Remember as well, your routes could be featured on here.
Thank you for visiting, and please stay safe.
Distance: 10 Miles Difficulty: Easy
An easy route starting and finishing in the village of Fair Oak, Hampshire UK
Distance: 3 miles Difficulty: Easy
This is a lovely easy bike ride that would be suited to a family bike ride. It can be tackled either way as there is a car park each end, or very easily as a return leg. Pretty much all on cycle routes as well. It follows the River Itchen so it is DEAD flat. What you waiting for?
Distance: 15 miles Difficulty: Medium
Not all bike rides have to be up and down massive hills, why not take in the beautiful views and landscape on a cycle trail alongside a river set in a stunning piece of Hampshire countryside. A mountain bike is preferred for this cycle ride, but a hybrid bike would also do ok. This is a round trip which starts and finishes from a great pub, which offers great food, refreshments and security for your prized possession, your bike.