Cycling Trails in Cornwall

There are a great range of wonderful cycling routes throughout Cornwall, from delightful scenic routes suitable for the whole family to more rugged “off the beaten track” routes for the advanced cyclist.

Below you will find a few of the more popular routes our customers have enjoyed.

We would love to hear about your experiences of cycling in Cornwall and any suggestions that you might have for cycling routes, please feel free to write us a message through our contact page or via Facebook.

Cornwall council have a great resource for finding out more about Cycling in Cornwall, we have linked here to two pdf’s which you will find useful The Cornish Way which gives directions on six inter-linking trails stretching across the county to Lands End and The St Piran Trail which is a very popular trail around Newquay and the surrounding area.

Featured Cycle Trails in Cornwall

The Camel Trail

The most popular part of this trail is from Wadebridge to Padstow but a well kept secret is the extra 15 miles of beautiful trail which goes all the way to Wenfordbridge and can be connected to at numerous points along the route.
GPS Route | Website

St Piran Trail

The St Piran Trail is around 35 miles and runs from Truro all the way to Padstow where it joins up with the Camel trail. It takes in the bustling seaside town of Newquay as well as the old market town of St Column Major.
GPS Route | Website