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Lincoln to Boston via Water Rail Way Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameLincoln to Boston via Water Rail Way
Distance : miles (km)32.96  (53.04)
Duration(hh:mm)03:12
Difficulty
Posted ByN Parsons
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityLincoln
County/RegionLincolnshire
Start LocationWaterside South, Lincoln
End LocationWitham Bank East, Boston
Cycle Steps
Most of the route follows the River Witham, Water Rail Way. It is well sign posted and most of the route on traffic free cycle paths. There are a couple of sections where it is necessary to use roads.
(More detailed maps are available on Sustrans website)
Cycling Clubs located in this region
Louth Velo
Your comments?
posted by:Davepat46Rating : difficult :
The wife and myself did this September 2013 Lincoln - Boston overnight - Lincoln.What a great ride,just about tarmac all the way except for "Summer route" at Bardney which takes you down a track of Broken glass shards???? so suggest you take the little longer "Winter route" about a mile more on B road.

posted by:DaemoRating : difficult :
I did this route as part of a hundred mile circuit to Lincoln and back in mid June.
There were virtually no other people on the paths, a steady 15mph on a road bike was easily achieved and it was a thoroughly pleasant way to travel - and no traffic for 90% of the route too.
Very nice - I'd highly recommend it but it's not a racing circuit as there are walkers etc - but you can see for miles so it's very safe.
It's also very flat so riders of any ability can ride decent distances.


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