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Medium Routes

Medium cycle routes offer the perfect day ride. Ranging from 11 - 60 miles, they provide a great way to explore some of the more rural and picturesque areas of Northern Ireland. Take on the hills in the Mournes or the Sperrins or enjoy the sea air along the North Coast or Strangford Lough.

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Ballymoney Cycle Route,

A route linking the bustling market town of Ballymoney to the moorlands of North Antrim.

By The Broadwater and Sandy Bay, Moira, Craigavon

This ride links the former Lagan Canal to Lough Neagh then returns following part of the route of the former Antrim to Lisburn railway line between Glenavy and Upper Ballinderry

To Lough Neagh and Back, Lisburn

A challenging ride in parts, which passes through the flatlands to the west of Lisburn to reach Lough Neagh then climbs the lower slopes of the Belfast Hills before descending sharply back into Lisburn.

Drumlins and Canal,

A senic route with a variety of landscapes. Takes in stunning views of Loughbrickland Lake. The route also passes through the award winning village of Scarva where its famous tearooms offer a welcome break.

Cushendall,

This route rises from sea-level to 290m and links the beaches at Waterfoot and Cushendun to the hills of the Antrim Plateau passing through some of the famous Glens of Antrim.

Bann Montaighs Trails,

These trails embrace the southern shore of Lough Neagh.

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