Cycling in Cornwall

Cycling in Cornwall offers a wonderful opportunity to explore the region's stunning coastal scenery, charming villages, and picturesque countryside, with a variety of cycling routes and trails to choose from. Why not leave the car and explore some of the great cycle tracks there are to offer in Cornwall.

The Mineral Tramways, Nr Bissoe

Cycling Trails

With a variety of cycling routes and trails to choose from, it's never been easier to explore Cornwall on two wheels. Hire a bike or an e-bike and guide yourself around some of our favoruite trails, or take a cycle tour to see all the top spots.

Popular cycle trails include the Camel Trail, a 17-mile trail from Padstow to Bodmin; the Mineral Tramways Network, that follows the historic mining routes in central Cornwall; and Bodmin Moor, for an off-road adventure!



10 cycle trails to try

Get out and explore Cornwall’s amazing cycling and walking routes while discovering wildlife, heritage and parts of Cornwall you never knew existed.

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Unmissable Camel Trail stop-offs

Gloriously flat, largely traffic-free and incredibly scenic – it’s no wonder the multi-use Camel Trail is so popular!

Bodmin , Padstow, WadebridgeRead more
Lakeside Cycle Hire, Helston

We have enjoyed the most amazing 3 day’s cycling on Shawn's electric bikes. The service was second to none and it was an amazing way to enjoy the Cornish countryside and beautiful beaches. We were thoroughly spoilt, thank you so much

Tony T, TripadvisorLakeside Cycle Hire

Browse our results for Cornwall's cycle trails and cycle hires, and start planning your next two-wheeled adventure.

  • There's no end to the beauty of cycling in Cornwall. With its phenomenal coastline, wild moorland and exquisite fishing villages, this peninsula county makes for fantastic riding.

  • The Cornish Way is a 180 mile (288 km) cycle route which forms part of the National Cycle Network. It runs from Land's End, at the western tip of Cornwall, all the way to Bude on the Devon border. Here it links to the West Country Way which continues to Bath and Bristol.

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