Cyclists can enjoy carefully planned routes from 6-21 miles. The National Cycle Byway meanders through the rolling wooded lands of England's shires, through the ancient Rockingham Forest, across the wolds of Leicestershire and Lincolnshire, and into Nottinghamshire and the Vale of the River Trent. The route covers around 230 miles in total.
The five cycle loops which include Oundle, offer an attractive oneday or weekend outing with start and finish points in the same place, all with easy road and rail access.
The 'Boots and Bikes' leaflet promotes the key Sustrans regional cycling route which runs from Islip to Rushden.
Fineshade Wood has a family cycle route which is 5 miles in length with some gentle to moderate hilly sections. Designed for gentle cycling, the route takes you through most of the main woodland block and the varied habitats within it.
Stanwick Lakes has a network of over 7 miles of footpaths/cycle paths (wheelchair accessible) and a cycle hire service is available on site. In addition to circular routes around the lakes there is a four mile linear route running from Irthlingborough towards Thrapston, providing safe off-road walking and cycling and a means of green travel for local visitors.
Whether you want to run, cycle, or ride your horse, visit Wakerley Great Wood and discover an historic ancient wood which contains rich and diverse archaeological remains.
Explore Fermyn Woods Country Park by bike and discover ancient woodland made up of semi-natural oak and ash woods. The children's play area and Skylark cafe will ensure a great day out for all the family.