With over 350 miles of dedicated cycle routes and a series of mountain bike trails, Fife is a great place to go if you're at home on a bike.
Fife is on several National Cycling Routes including; Route 1, the Coast & Castles route which heads up through the centre of the region before heading east towards St Andrews, the world famous Home of Golf; route 76 which follows the River Forth, heading round Fife’s coastline before joining 766 which heads north then west along the south of the River Tay. Route 764 is an off road section coming from neighbouring Clackmannanshire to Dunfermline, one time capital of Scotland.
If you are looking for more off road cycling there is a network of short mountain bike trails taking in the coast, parklands and forests. There are plenty of options for longer rides too including the Lomond Hills which are the highest point in Fife with a good path network and great views from the top. Fife Coastal Path is another good choice. It runs all the way from Kincardine in the west to Tayport on the north shore of the Tay (117 miles).