Ninham is the ideal location to base yourself if cycling is your thing, with bridleways starting from the site leading you directly onto local cycle routes

There are cycling routes to suit everyone, with a choice of challenging off-road bridleways, peaceful byways and level purpose-made tracks on former railway lines, all within minutes of the site

Within an area of just 147 square miles you will find over 200 miles of cycle routes enticing you into the countryside or along the coast. CLICK HERE for Isle of Wight Cycle Routes

Cycling on Isle of Wight

Quiet country lanes and scenic off-road cycling routes make the Isle of Wight an ideal destination for a UK cycling holiday. There are cycling routes to suit everyone, with a choice of challenging off-road bridleways, peaceful byways and level purpose-made tracks on former railway lines
Within an area of just 147 square miles you will find over 200 miles of cycle routes enticing you into the countryside or along the coast

Bicycle Island

The cycling brand of the Isle of Wight, celebrating our highly reputed status as one of the top cycling destinations in the world. The cycling routes can be broken into half-day rides or multi-day rides, depending on what you are looking to do. Many of the half-day rides are quite easy routes that provide great family cycling days out, and explore different areas of the Island. Click here for some ideas for day rides, half-day rides and shorter cycle routes.

If you want to fully explore the varied landscape and coastline of the Island, and want a more challenging route then you should try one of the multi-day rides, such as the Round the Island Cycle Route.If you want a truly unique cycling experience then check out the “Red Squirrel Trail“. Much of this family-friendly cycle route runs along sections of the Island’s former railway track directly accessible from Ninham itself