The UK is currently applying a national quarantine order to control the coronavirus pandemic. However, if possible, you should plan your upcoming travel in the land of fog. Especially, there are some great places for you to experience cycling in this lovely country.
Quarantine becomes more and more familiar to us as the coronavirus situation worsens worldwide. In the meantime, we have more time with our family and ourselves. So why don’t we plan on upcoming trips to refresh ourselves?
So here is a list of 8 places in the UK you should go by bike after quarantine and this whole Covid-19 pandemic is over.
Isle of Wight
Probably one of the most underrated places for you to ride a bike. The island just off the southern coast of the British continent is a beautiful and varied landscape to ride.
Experience windswept cliffs, winding country roads, sea promenades, and many countrysides along with a series of challenging, often quite steep peaks. The Isle of Wight is a great place to ride.
Lots of routes around the island, to my personal taste, ride around the entire island, have very clear signs, and take you to paths you wouldn’t see without a route. Also, head to a place where most cars cannot go and go all the way on the southwest side of the island to see some spectacular views.
The garlic farm is also worth a visit with black garlic beer along with black garlic and chocolate ice cream, To be honest, it’s much better than you think!
It can be said that Yorkshire is fast becoming a great place for cycling in England. Sadly there is no Tour de Yorkshire this year. We’ll miss the incredibly tough roads and weather of early May in Yorkshire on our screens.
But that doesn’t stop you from planning a trip. This can be concentrated in an area of Yorkshire as there are so many places to bike. It’s all about what you’re after.