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  • Cycling across Bruntsfield Links, Edinburgh
    Cycling across Bruntsfield Links, Edinburgh
  • Cyclists make their way along a street though the centre of East Linton
    Cyclists make their way along a street though the centre of East Linton
  • Cyclists push their bicycles across one of the aqueducts on the Union Canal
    Cyclists push their bicycles across one of the aqueducts on the Union Canal
  • Two cyclists push their bikes up Victoria Street, Edinburgh
    Two cyclists push their bikes up Victoria Street, Edinburgh

Hop on your bike and explore the stunning scenery of Edinburgh & The Lothians. With miles upon miles of routes to choose, such as coastal trails, along old railway lines or quiet country roads, there are exciting routes just waiting to be explored.

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a very cycle friendly city with an extensive network of traffic-free routes, such as old railway lines, that weave their way through the city. At peak times, cyclists are allowed to share the buses' green lanes in and around the city centre which means you can keep moving. Popular cycling routes in the city include the Union Canal Path, Water of Leith Walkway or Innocent Cycle Path - all easy routes with great scenery.

Midlothian

Midlothian is an excellent destination for a cycling adventure. A popular route starting from the picturesque village of Rosewell is the scenic Midlothian Country Circular. Set in the countryside to the south of Edinburgh this is a surprisingly rural route with only a few short sections on main roads. It makes for an excellent days cycling and there are lots of pubs, tearooms and attractions along the way.

West Lothian

West Lothian offers a great and varied selection of cycling routes. The Broxburn to East Calder route is perfect for a short ride at just over 14 miles long and it takes you along the peaceful Union Canal towpath and disused railway lines.

East Lothian

There are also many brilliant cycle routes across East Lothian such as the Beaches and Castles Cycle Route. This lovely circular trail begins in Longniddry before continuing along the quiet back roads of East Lothian. This one-day route can be stretched to a weekend trip to enjoy all the regions' attractions including beautiful beaches, the Hopetoun Monument and Tantallon Castle. The route can also be reached from the centre of the city along the Edinburgh to Longniddry Route.

Browse the listings below to plan your next cycling trip in Edinburgh & The Lothians.

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  1. Rivers and Castles

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    Haddington

    A short circular route taking in National cycle route 76. Start in Haddington and skirting past Hailes Castle follow route into East Linton and back round via Athelstaneford birthplace of the Saltire.

  2. Circular Tour

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    Musselburgh

    Longer circular route of East Lothian, route uses both roads and off road paths.

  3. Easygo Electric Bikes Ltd

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    Linlithgow

    Welcome to Easygo Electric Bikes Ltd

  4. Midlothian Country Circular

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    Rosewell

    A scenic circular route using quiet roads in Midlothian.

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    Longniddry

    An easy circular route along quiet back roads in East Lothian.

  6. Edinburgh to Longniddry

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    Edinburgh - City Centre

    Suggested cycling route to Longniddry from central Edinburgh (to link with Coast and castles)

  7. Flight and Flags

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    East Linton

    Start in East Linton, after an inital short climb the route takes in the National Museum of Flight where you can visit Concorde. Continue through village of Athelstaneford birthplace of the Saltire. For further details visit www.visiteastlothian.org

  8. Family Fun

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    Dunbar

    Short cycle route from Dunbar to Tynninghame beach, passing the East Links Family Park.

  9. Gradings

    Edinburgh - City Centre

    A suggested route from central Edinburgh to Rosewell to join the Midlothian Country Circular.

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    Musselburgh

    A circular route which takes in the eastern side of the county. Route goes through Musselburgh, Pencaitland with the option of visiting Glenkinchie Distillery,and Prestonpans, where you can see the vast collections of murals throughout the town.

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