North Wales cycle and mountain bike routes

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Cycling into and around Bangor

To help you get a flavour of cycling around Bangor we've asked some of our fellow cyclists to provide us with an account of their recommended routes into and around Bangor.

Below are some of the routes that Bangor University Road Cycling Club usually ride. These are supplied as guideline in terms of where to ride, so should be followed with discretion.

Cycling North Wales

Anglesey has several waymarked circular cycling routes, as well as being part of two national cycle routes. Each route allows you to marvel at the fantastic scenery that Anglesey has to offer, whilst providing opportunities to spot some of the island’s beautiful wildlife.

Visit Snowdonia lists all kinds of cycle routes throughout Gwynedd, Snowdonia, and Llŷn Peninsula for all kinds of cyclists, from world class mountain bike trails to tailor-made family friendly cycling experiences

Denbighshire has many cycling jewels, the Clwydian Range and Hiraethog have some of the best bridleway cycle route networks in the country that pass through a landscape of outstanding beauty. Please visit Ride North Wales for details of family, easy, moderate and hard road and mountain bike routes and links to local events and bike facilities.

Cycling in Conwy has mountains and forests for mountain bikers, seafront cycle routes for families. The National Cycle Network along the North Wales Coast (National Route 5) Links Rhyl, Kinmel Bay, Abergele, Colwyn Bay, Rhos on Sea, Llandudno, and Conwy.