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Chippenham 40 Miler Cycle Route



England > Wiltshire > Chippenham
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameChippenham 40 Miler
Distance : miles (km)39.78  (64.02)
Duration(hh:mm)04:00
Difficulty
Posted ByR Downs
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityChippenham
County/RegionWiltshire
Start LocationLondon Road, Chippenham, Wilts
End LocationLondon Road, Chippenham, Wilts
Cycle Steps
This route is a 40 mile, quite flat circular training route all on road and suited to all types of bikes and abilities. Quiet roads taking in local villages.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Hullavington, Biddestone, Corsham

Your comments?
posted by:chrispetersonRating : difficult :
Very enjoyable route. A little more varied than I expected with a few hills. Shows of the best of the villages in the area with lots of pubs to stop at. Thanks for sharing it

posted by:IanRating : difficult :
Did a slight modification - missing Corsham and heading north west to Castle Combe and Acton Turvile. From AT then across to Grittleton
Recommend stops in Grittleton & Christian Malford

posted by:MichaelRating : difficult :
Some very large hills, but luckily you just go near them so it's pretty flat all the way.

A great ride if you are wanting to do a long ride that is not too challenging.

The Fosse Way, that you join in Lordswood, continues pretty straight all the way to Exeter, and you can stay on it a bit longer if you want to alter the ride a bit more.

posted by:elliottRating : difficult :
very difficult when it is windy and rainy must remember to plan when doing this route recommend the rising sun pub in Christian Malford very nice there !!!!

posted by:sassymRating : difficult :
Lovely bike ride. I thought there was going to be more hills after reading other comments but I thought it was pretty flat. It was a beautiful day and was very quiet. A good training route for a beginner like me. Thank you for sharing it.

posted by:LizzyRating : difficult :
Stayed in Grittleton this weekend and did this twice - easy, flat route and loved the lack of traffic and traffic lights (I;m used to cycling in London!).


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