East England is one of the top nine official regions of the UK that is constituted by the following areas of Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, and Suffolk. There are some prime places to hone the BMX riding skills that have become so engaging to so many people and as an alternative, jump on a road bike and cycle gently though the countryside.
For instance, the college is probably the best spot to do a BMX ride in Cambridgeshire. There are steps, ramps, walls, handrails, and the like. It is very similar to a skatepark. There are several BMX skateparks in other areas of East England. Essex skatepark is the primary one. Some people say that once you visit the Essex skatepark, you never see things the same again. There is an awesome concrete design with dark amber cheery black slate wood ramps that line the whole area for a diverse skating experience that can’t be compared to other skate parks. Maple Street Park at Essex Junction Vermont is the place to go if you want to learn how to skate.
Streetscape is another skatepark in Norfolk. There are metal ramps galore for doing all the tricks you’ve always wanted to do. Moreover, there are friendly bikers that can help you on any part of your BMX experience.
Some good cycling routes in Essex include Brightlingsea Circular Cycle Route, Weald Park Loop Cycle Route, Hanningfields Reservoir Circular Cycle Route, Kelvedon Hatch Circular via Highwood and Norton Heath Cycle Route, and Silver End Circular via Kelvedon Cycle Route. The first route is the Brightlingsea Circular Cycle Route and it goes 22 miles, another goes 13 miles, another goes 15 miles, another goes 24 miles, and another goes 11 miles.
Some good Essex cycle routes also include Around Hanningfield Reservoir, Essex Cycle Sportive-London to Terling, Marks Tey to Toppesfield return, Friends of Essex Churches, Sudbury Run, Chelmsford via Writtle Circular, Epping Circle, Halstead Circular Via Great Yeldham, Hainault RC Hilly TT, Chelmsford Leaden Roding Loop, Newport Hills, Gosfield Circular, and Billericay Circular. The majority of these routes are about 20 miles, and they go for about 2 hours. Some end in Terling, Billericay, Chelmsford, Collier Row, Admirals Park, Walton on the Naze, and Ferrers Road.
One such route is a very popular one which is the Brightlingsea Circular Cycle Route that can burn 918 calories, in the twon of Brightlingsea in the county of Essex. It begins and ends in Brightlingsea since it is a circular route. The distance is 22 miles, and it’s a wonderful route to get in shape. You can pass several landmarks along the way like a nice pub called the Plough, and it is in Gt Bentley. There are several cycling clubs located in this area so you can find one to join up with pretty quickly.