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Millport Circular Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameMillport Circular
Distance : miles (km)13  (20.92)
Duration(hh:mm)01:18
Difficulty
Posted Bybrods
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryScotland
Town/CityMillport
County/RegionNorth Ayrshire
Start LocationGlasgow Street
End LocationGlasgow Street
Cycle Steps
A simple loop around the small island of Millport. It is very easy. The second loop through the centre is quite hilly,suitable for both mountain and road bikes. Great for a family day out. Bike hire is usually available on the island.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Plenty of places to eat in Millport.

Near By Cycle Shops
On your Bike
Your comments?
posted by:falconRating : difficult :
I work for one of the 3 cycle hire centres in Millport called ON YOUR BIKE situated next door to the Ritz cafe opposite Millport Pier. The circular route around Cumbrae is actually 10.25 or 10.5 miles around (depending on which way around you go). It is a beautiful ride with views over to Arran and Bute and a flat road all around, over half of which is not on the bus route and very infrequented by cars. There are two cafes on the route for refueling! The inner circle is less fequented by cyclists due to the steep incline to reach it in the first place but well worth the effort as on a clear day the views are spectacular. ON YOUR BIKE is the only hire centre to offer Electric Bikes which make the inner circle an achievable option to less fit people (like myself!) We also have (one of only 2 in Scotland) a 7 seater conference bike available for something a little different! for more details www.onyourbikemillport.com

posted by:piperazziRating : difficult :
Cycled around the island today using the outer circle on the above map. It's only 10.05 miles from the ferry terminal and we did it anti-clockwise. The roads had a lot of debris on them from the recent January gales but was passable although wouldn't have liked to have used the thin tyres on a road bike. Stopped at the Harbour Tea Room for soup of the day & a roll. It was very welcome on such a cold day.

posted by:ItsMarcRating : difficult :
I live locally and have thus done this loop many times, on my mtb, often do 2 laps. Great views on a clear day. Always see people in all the gear and wondered how many laps they do at a time? Not been brave enough to go for a 3rd yet!


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