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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Great Brickhill to Milton Bryan Loop|
|Distance : miles (km)||15.66 (25.20)|
|Posted By||D Muirhead|
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|This is a road route, mainly on country roads, but with two seperate runs on A roads, that has some climbs and descents and runs through to Woburn Estate.
There is an initial hill out of Great Brickhill, but after this it is a steady ride, taking the right fork after the A5 to Woburn. In Woburn turn right onto George Street, A4021. There is also a long, steady climb out of Woburn to Milton Bryan. An easy descent takes you down to Church End, from which a short, steep climb will bring you into the Woburn Estate. A couple of cattle grids are situated on this road, so strongly recommend a swift dismount! Back in Woburn, again turn right onto High Street, A4021, at the same junction as before. Continue straight on ass the road becomes Newport Road, A5130. Turn left, onto Longslade Lane, heading towards Woburn Sands. Take a left towards Woburn Golf Club and go past this and back across the A5 into Little Brickhill. Descend and then climb into Great Brickhill.
I am a very average rider and this took me about 75 minutes.
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|Shop in Woburn, pubs in Milton Bryan, Church End, Woburn, Little Brickhill and Great Brickhill - in fact they're everywhere!