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Dorset and the Jurassic Coast – Headwater Holidays

Signpost Cycling are proud to be appointed as local agents for international activity tour holiday operator Headwater Cycling & Walking Holidays and present their brand new itinerary for the south west of England.We are also looking after the brand new walking itinerary Jewels of the Jurassic Coast If you have been to the cinema lately and watched […]

Tour de Manche Route Guide

Tour de Manche UK Route Guide Now Available

STOP PRESS The Tour de Manche UK Route Guide and Maps are now available – Plymouth – Poole 175 mile / 282km http://www.signpostcycling.co.uk/routeguide Everything you need to plan your cycling holiday along the Tour de Manche UK Includes: 16 Page Route Guide – Accommodation, Eateries, Route Highlights & Itineraries South Devon Cycling Map Dorset Downs […]

International Journalists

International Journalist Visit with Visit England

Just spent a great couple of days working with Visit England on an international journalist familiarisation visit of the ‘Tour de Manche’ cycle route. Looking forward to reading their articles which could potentially reach around 3.5 million readers between all their publications in Holland, Belgium, Germany and the UK.   http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/search/?search=Cycling&topic_id=4241

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Signpost Cycling Hosts Dutch Journalist

We had great pleasure in hosting Dutch journalist Annemarie Bergfeld and her family for a days cycling in Weymouth & Portland on the currently being developed – Jurassic Coast Cycle Trail between Weymouth and Portland – making use of the new and improved cycleways, as part of the area’s Olympic legacy, and the Rodwell Trail. […]

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UK Vélodyssey (Devon Coast to Coast) Route Overview

UK Vélodyssey Overview – In the UK also known as the Devon Coast to Coast (Plymouth to Ilfracombe 100 Miles) Route: Plymouth to Barnstaple (Via Ilfracombe)Distance: 123 miles/198km Type of Route: 74 miles/119km (60%) are traffic-free trails49 miles/79km (40%) are on quiet country lanesFollowing NCN27 & NCN278 (Woolacombe)Level of Difficulty: Beginner / Intermediate – A considerable […]