Starting from Overcombe Corner follow the beach cycle path towards Lodmoor Country Park and Nature Reserve – ideal for youngsters learning to ride with plenty of things to do along the trail and lots of visitor attractions and amenities at Lodmoor Country Park. Explore the wildlife in the nature reserve or enjoy a picnic on one of the many green areas around the park. There is also outdoor gym facilities and a children's play park within the grounds of Lodmoor.
Starting from Overcombe Corner follow cycle paths around Lodmoor Country Park and Nature Reserve leading into Weymouth town centre (via Radipole Nature Reserve) with it’s many attractions, award winning beach and 17th century working harbour – this route is mainly on cycle paths with one main road to cross on foot so is ideal for all the family.
Starting from Overcombe Corner follow cycle paths around Lodmoor Country Park and Nature Reserve leading into Weymouth town centre (via Radipole Nature Reserve) with it’s many attractions, award winning beach and 17th century working harbour. Then continuing on from Weymouth joining the Rodwell Trail and heading for a stunning ride over to the Isle of Portland, marvelling at the many windsurfers, sailors and kitesurfers at this world famous London 2012 Olympic watersports destination or even taking the unique chance to walk onto Chesil Beach- the Jurassic Coast’s jewel in the crown . Arriving on Portland at Osprey Quay home to the National Sailing Academy, Portland Marina and close by Portland Castle – plenty of picnic locations along the way to make for a full day out on your bike. This route is suitable for families and is mainly on cycleways, younger children might enjoy the challenge of cycling for 17 miles.
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There are many trails and routes to explore in the surrounding area. We have detailed some of our most popular routes below. Remember to follow the green sign located on signposts along the popular cycle trails of Weymouth and Portland
Maps can be supplied when you collect your bikes.