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
Start in East Linton, a pretty village with shops, cafe and pubs. Head up out of the village towards North Berwick - a fairly steep incline but only for a short distance. Turn left onto B1377 and then left again onto to the B1347 and you will cycle over the old airfield constructed in 1915 for constructing airships in the First World War and now home to the National Museum of Flight. The entrance to the Museum is on the left and is now home to Concorde.
Continue further down the B1347 road and you can make a quick detour into the village of Athelstaneford, home of the Saltire, a small flag trust centre is located within the doocot in the church grounds. Once back out of Athelstaneford, return to the B1347 and take a left and a right towards Gilmerton and follow the road round, sharp right and take first junction on the left and follow this road through Markle and past Markle fisheries and over the railway crossing.
This road leads to you back to the B1377 just above East Linton Village where you started. To view a route map please visit www.visiteastlothian.org