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Byker River Tyne Loop Ride Cycle Route



England > Tyne and Wear > Newcastle
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameByker River Tyne Loop Ride
Distance : miles (km)21.13  (34.01)
Duration(hh:mm)02:06
Difficulty
Posted ByP Goldblatt
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityNewcastle
County/RegionTyne and Wear
Start LocationByker
End LocationByker
Cycle Steps
River Tyne loop ride starting Byker approx 21 miles using Byker link Hadrians cycleway Keelmans cycleway and via Shields ferry and Millennium Bridge
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Segedunum Quayside Shields Ferry Tyne Cycle Tunnel Bedes World Arbeia Baltic Sage Millennium Bridge

Your comments?
posted by:sixfootfiveukRating : difficult :
I live in Willington Quay, and love nothing more than to do this loop on a Sunday, and stop by at the Quayside for a pint before returning back through Walker/Wallsend, back to Willington Quay

posted by:Rating : difficult :
Love this route, pitty it couldn't be longer

posted by:simonannitsfordRating : difficult :
I've done this route a couple of times, but using the pedestrian tunnel rather than the ferry, which gives some great views along the Tyne in places.

Anyone wanting to extend the route could always just go further east along the Tyne.


Simon

posted by:SpecalazRating : difficult :
Done this loop a few times (mising out the Byker bit). Great run, especially south side from Hebburn (turn down Ellison Street to be near the Tyne a bit longer) upto Quayside when it hugs the Tyne. North side ok, just wish it could be closer to the river. Although you can do a slight change to this route and head for St Peters wharf instead of joining national cycleway 72, then pick up cycle path along the edge of the tyne joining 72 later on


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