Fife has a lots of options for cyclists with a network of off and on road routes to explore. James Bonner is an experienced cyclist and has recently explored two routes in the Heartlands and North of the Kingdom.
2020 is Scotland’s ‘Year of Coasts and Waters’, recognising and celebrating the country’s rich relationship with inland and coastal waters. Fife, and some of the neighbouring regions, is an area of Scotland that is geographically and culturally linked to water and the sea, and cycling is a great way to explore the connections and enjoy the great outdoors.
The first route is an inland circular journey, starting and finishing at Kinghorn. It heads west then north, taking in the lovely rolling countryside in the Heartlands of Fife with some fine views. The second is a back and forth journey along the River Tay in North Fife, starting from the Tay Bridge and visiting some of the lovely towns along the way, and again with some wonderful views.
Why not read the blogs and get on your bike and explore Fife!
Route one - Cycling tour of the Heartlands of Fife
Route two - Cycling tour of North Fife