With miles of National Cycle Network, open heathland and woodland trails, cycling is a fantastic way to explore the East Devon AONB.
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of our unspoilt landscape, look at the wildlife and take in the stunning views at a slower pace. Prefer to go off road and faster? We have some great places for you too.
Also known as the South Coast Cycle Route. Off-road section between Axminster and Kilmington and traffic-free section, following quiet roads and a former railway line between, Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton.
An opportunity to explore East Devon on this regional 80 mile circular route, around Sidmouth, Seaton, Axminster, Honiton and Woodbury. Some of the route follows the National Cycle Network Route 2 along the south coast of Devon.
Bridleways across the vast pebblebed heathland of Woodbury Common, Mutter’s Moor near Sidmouth and East Hill, on the outskirts of Ottery St Mary, offer a range of short and longer trails.
Pebblebed Bike Code
Some of the trails are sensitive to damage and erosion, following the Pebblebed Bike Code, wherever you are cycling, will help keep them in good condition for all to use and enjoy far into the future.
For more details see the Pebblebed Heaths Conservation Trust website.
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