If the longer days and lovely weather have inspired you to get back on two wheels, this is the place for you.
Whether you’ve just bought your first bike, or are happy shredding through rock gardens, Dalby offers a fantastic opportunity for natural cycling. Exploring our stunning forest on a bike will leave you grinning ear to ear. Hassle-free parking and an on-site bike hub make things nice and easy. Before you set off, pick up a map and familiarise yourself with where you’re going.
The Ellerburn trail is a multi-user pathway for everyone to enjoy with two distance options. It’s also accessible for disabled cyclists and safe for children learning to ride – including a skills area. The trail runs along Ellerburn Beck so it takes in beautiful valley views as well.
As you gain confidence, the green cycle route is an 8 to 12-mile ride along the high plateau around Adderstone. You’ll travel on forest roads and grass tracks with a few short climbs and descents. It’s a great way to see different parts of Dalby. The four-mile extension takes in the beautiful Crosscliffe and Jerry Noddle viewpoints so it’s well worth the extra miles!
As you crank up through your cycling gears and gain more skills and fitness, you can tackle the blue and red routes. For extreme and experienced riders there’s Dixon’s Hollow bike park and the World Cup cycle trail.
Visit our cycle partners, Dalby Forest Cycle Hub at Low Dalby courtyard, for expert advice, cycle hire and information on events and skills training. You can call them on 01751 460585 or go to
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