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A cycling Tour de Force with Wightlink Ferries

The gruelling Tour de France may be over for another year but there are still plenty of reasons to get on your bike this summer and beyond.

With Isle of Wight ferry operator Wightlink Ferries, it is easy to reach the Island and discover fantastic cycle routes, beautiful scenery and the UK’s largest cycling event – the Isle of Wight Cycling Festival.

Wightlink Ferries allows foot, and car, passengers to bring bikes on-board for no extra cost with day return fares from £13.80, so there is every reason to explore the Island’s 200 miles of cycling routes.

Those looking for inspiration, and to narrow down the vast choice of routes the Island has to offer, Wightlink has a selection of recommended cycle routes to try: click here for details.

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If that’s not enough, cycling enthusiasts should head to the Island for the annual Isle of Wight Cycling Festival on 13-28 September. With a selection of group rides for all levels, there are plenty of ways to take part and enjoy the Islands 28 miles of heritage coastline.

During the 15-day cycling extravaganza visitors wanting to take a break from the saddle can enjoy the vast number of attractions that the Isle of Wight has to offer, including beautiful beaches, Osborne House or the rollercoaster at Blackgang Chine.

Posted on 29th July 2014 at 09:45 am in Ferry Operators | Wightlink |

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