Whether it’s rocky cliffs, estuaries or sandy bays, the Welsh coast offers a variety of seascapes that are great to explore on two wheels
With all the gruelling cycling events that take place around Wales featuring muscle-creaking climbs up near-vertical hillsides, you may think a family bike ride in this neck of the woods is out of the question. Think again. For with all the mountains and cliff faces that greet the Irish Sea as it pounds the Welsh shoreline, there’s more than enough flat (and flattish) land to warrant a leisurely bike ride or two (or three, in this case).
ROUTE 1 – Seabirds, cliffs and a thrilling descent in Llandudno
ROUTE 2 – Follow an old railway line next to a stunning estuary in Gwynedd
ROUTE 3 – An easy ride around Swansea Bay to the village of Mumbles
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For the full feature on family cycle rides, see the April 2019 issue of Welsh Coastal Life. For back issues, click here.
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