North East England is comprised of Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear, Tees Valley, North Yorkshire, Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, Sunderland, South Shields, Durham, Middlesborogh, Stockton-on-Tees, Hartlepool, and Darlington. This land base with 3,317 square miles and a population of 2,515,442 has plenty of cycling routes for the inhabitants and visitors alike.
There are some pretty wonderful cycling routes in the area including the Sunderland to Ebchester and Blaydon Loop Cycle Route, Ryhope to Wynyard Park Cycle Route, South Hylton to Silksworth Figure Eight Cycle Route, Cleadon to Muggleswick Loop Cycle Route, and Cleadon to Conset Loop Cycle Route. The maximum of distance of them is 60 miles, while the mean distance is 50 miles, and the low distance is 10 miles. There are several reasons to peruse the cycling routes in the North East England, not the least of which is the scenery. There are many cycling routes in the region that merely last 5 miles, and their durations are under 1 hour. There is simply no reason to ignore the cycling routes if you are in the area because it is so brief where you can get on and off a cycling route. There are over 5 dozen cycling routes in this region alone. One of the favorites of locals is the Denton Burn Commute that starts in Denton Burn and ends in Newcastle University that goes 4 miles and has a duration of 30 minutes.
There are over 87 cycle routes in Tyne and Wear alone. Some of the more popular routes for travelers, cyclists, and tourists include Sunderland to Ebchester and Blaydon Loop Cycle Route which starts at Sans Street (A1018) and goes 55 miles, Rhyhope to Wynyard Park Cycle Route which starts at Ryhope Road (A1018), Ryhope and goes 20 miles, South Hylton to Silksworth Figure Eight Cycle Route which starts at South Hylton Riverside and goes 10 miles, Cleadon to Muggleswick Loop Cycle Route which starts at Cleadon and goes 60 miles, Cleadon to Conset Loop Cycle Route which starts at Shields Road (A1018), Cleadon and goes 54 miles. All of these routes give you an exemplary tour of the Tyne and Wear area. Furthermore, the area was founded in 1974, at a time when cycling was very popular, so much of the area is devoted to cycling. The museums and art galleries are worth stopping at too because you can really get a good idea of everything going on in the area by visiting all the stops along the way on the cycling tour. There are innumerable routes you can choose from, but the Tyne and Wear area is probably the best place of all to travel when you’re on your bike. Moreover, there are routes in Gateshead which rival even the best routes in Tyne and Wear.