The Wolds is a great place to visit on two wheels!
The National Cycle network route from Hull to Harwich passes through the AONB, whilst the 69 mile
Lindsey Trail is suitable for carriage drivers, horse riders, cyclists and walkers.
There are plenty of circular routes of varying lengths for every ability.
Check out our six cycling routes round the Louth area
- Hubbard's Hills to Red Hill (6.5 or 11.8 miles)
- Hubbard's Hills to Welsdale Bottom (11.1 miles)
- Louth to North Ormsby (18.7 miles)
- Louth to Grimoldby (7 or 11.5 miles)
- Legbourne to Belleau (16.2 miles)
- Legbourne to Authorpe (13.5 miles)
or download the South and North Wolds cycling maps so you can create your own routes! These and lots more cycling routes, maps and links are available from Lincolnshire County Council
In North East Lincolnshire, there are bike rides for all ages, abilities and levels of confidence. There's everything from finding a route for you and the children or something more challenging. Copies of each leaflet can be picked up from North East Lincolnshire Libraries or from the Cycle Hub at Grimsby Town Station.
West Lindsey offers the following routes.
Alford Wheelers a cycling club with a comprehensive and long standing race heritage.
Rasen Riders located on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB, the club can boast some of the quietest back roads and beauty trails the county has to offer.