Cycling Routes In Norfolk

If you’re looking for a cycling adventure, look no further than North Norfolk. With routes that take you through picturesque villages and along the stunning coastline, North Norfolk is the perfect destination for cyclists of all abilities. So, pack your bike and get ready to explore some of the best cycling routes in the country.

We host cyclists from all over the world that are looking to explore our beautiful coastline. Our bed and breakfast rooms help to create the perfect base to begin cycling from. We’ll provide a hearty breakfast to fuel you up for a full day of cycling. You can view our accommodation here.

Our Location

Dairy Barns, Lound Farm, Hickling Lane, Hickling, Norfolk, NR12 OBE

At Dairy Barns, we provide;

  • A hearty breakfast
  • Secure Cycle Storage
  • Tyre repair kit and pump
  • Somewhere to dry wet clothes and shoes/boots if the weather lets you down!
  • Packed Lunches (pre-order)

Happisburgh Lighthouse – Sea Palling Beach Loop 16.9 Miles

This route starts at Elmhurst Avenue, near Stalham. From there, it winds its way through the countryside to the beautiful Happisburgh Lighthouse. The route is mostly paved, making it perfect for cyclists of all skill levels. There are a few small hills along the way, but nothing too strenuous. The Tour finishes back at the start point after passing the wonderful Sea Palling beach and our very own Dairy Barns.

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Weavers Way 30.9 Miles

This route starts just outside of Stalham and heads north towards Happisburgh before heading West to Swanton Abbott. It then takes in the beautiful River Bure at Coltishall. After a crossing on the Woodbastwick ferry, it’s another 5-6 miles back to the starting point.

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Sea Palling Beach – Happisburgh Lighthouse Loop 26.6 Miles

If you’re looking for a challenging cycling route, this is the one for you. You should be in good shape and comfortable riding your bike for long distances. The ride includes some sections that you may need to push your bike up. The route is hilly in places, so it’s not for beginners, but it’s definitely worth the effort for cyclists looking for a challenging ride.

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River Bure Loop 20.5 Miles

This route is ideal for any fitness level and is a relatively easy cycle route. It features mainly paved surfaces and also includes a ferry crossing.

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Cycling is a great way to get around and enjoy the local area near Dairy Barns. It’s also a great workout. But, like any workout, it’s important to warm up before you start pedalling.

Here are a few tips to help you warm up before you go for a ride:

1. Do some light stretching.

Before you get on your bike, take a few minutes to do some light stretching. This will help loosen up your muscles and prepare your body for the workout ahead.

2. Start with a slow ride.

Don’t go full throttle right from the start. Start with a slower pace and gradually increase your speed as you warm up.

3. Pay attention to your body.

Listen to your body and stop if you start to feel pain. It’s important to warm up gradually, so you don’t injure yourself.