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So, the big question: where to go?

First of all we are offering to download app for you phone called CycleStreets UK. Press one of the link and you will get straight to the application: Google Play , Iphone , Windows Phone , Blackberry . One more option: Open cycle map or Sustrans

If you don't like applications and prefer paper maps, here's a link where you can download and print map of Edinburgh and Lothian: Edinburgh Council or Inner Tube.


Additional information where to go on a bicycle: Visit Scotland, and here's a list of 20-50 mile cycle routes or one more intresting blog to get some ideas where you want to go 20 milers. Proposal with riding selection in Edinburgh by Cycling Scot.

Glenkinchie Distillery
4 hours

Malt whisky distillery with visitors centre on its malting floor, plus guided tours and a free dram.

It takes 2 hours on a bike to reach this Distillery.

This is the link how to get here:


Rosslyn Chapel
2 hours

Intricately carved chapel built in 1446, featured in The Da Vinci Code movie, with history talks.

It takes 1 hour on a bike to reach this Chapel.

This is the link how to get here:

Forth Bridge via Cramond
2 hours

The Forth Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge over the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland, 9 miles west of Edinburgh City Centre. It is considered an iconic structure and a symbol of Scotland.

It takes 1 hour on a bike to reach this Forth Bridge and Queensferry town.

This is the link how to get here:

Pentlands via Canal
2 hours

The Pentland Hills are a range of hills to the south-west of Edinburgh, Scotland. The range is around 20 miles in length, and runs south west from Edinburgh towards Biggar and the upper Clydesdale.

It takes 1 hour on a bike via famous Cannal and you are here.

This is the link how to get here:

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