Routes, trails and destinations for a cycling break in Lincoln.
Luxury hotels, quaint guesthouses, country cottages perfect for cyclists.
Pick up a hirebike for a hassle-free day of cycling.
This annual elite road race has taken place in Lincoln annually for more than 60 years.
There is a great range of hotels, guesthouses and rural cottages waiting to welcome you, and your bike for a stay near the historic city.
Or, make use of hirebike to save the hassle of bringing your own equipment: pick up a bike and drop it off at one of seven stations in and around Lincoln.
Download the latest cycling routes guide for Lincoln and get inspiration for your cycling break below.
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A connection of green parks and open spaces rich in wildlife and history, perfect for walking or cycling between.
Hire a bike and head out from Doddington Hall for a picturesque ride through the country or a trip to historic Lincoln.
Enjoy a 100-mile cycle route from Lincoln Castle to the Lincolnshire Coast and back through the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.
The Fossdyke Canal Trail runs alongside the Fossdyke Navigation, a Roman built canal which joins the tidal River Trent to Lincoln's High Bridge.
Hire a bike from stations in and around Lincoln for a quick and eco-friendly way to get around the city and to explore the surrounding countryside.
Follow the Lincoln Grand Prix route to discover the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside and ride in the shadow of champions.
Discover the Lincolnshire Wolds on two wheels by following the route of the Lincoln Grand Prix Sportive.
A pictoresque, traffic-free cycle route leading from Lincoln's Brayford Waterfront to the Nottinghamshire village of Harby.
A modern self-catering holiday home very close to Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter with room to sleep up to 6.
Only half a mile from the Lincolnshire Showground, Bridleway B&B has a fantastic location; set beside an oak wood yet only five minutes to Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter.
Relax and enjoy the Lincolnshire countryside from a multi award winning holiday cottage at Elms Farm, 45 minutes from Lincoln.
A classic country cottage B&B offering very comfortable en suite accommodation in Collingham, south-west of Lincoln.
Tranquil, luxurious, 4-star Gold Award holiday cottages, a restful Caravan Club CL site and peaceful coarse fishing lakes all set in the beautiful county of Lincolnshire.
Award winning farmhouse bed & breakfast set in tranquil countryside with farm trails and woodland walks, within an easy drive of Lincoln and the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Superb, luxury, 4-star, gold award self-catering accommodation in the tranquil Lincolnshire Wolds within easy travelling distance of Lincoln, the east coast and aviation heritage venues.
Longdales House Bed & Breakfast is an ideal base from which to explore Lincoln and the surrounding area, operated by Bishop Grosseteste University.
Hidden amongst countryside and sheltered by the rural village of Stainfield, Rural Roosts offers high quality luxury pine lodges, ideal all year round accommodation.
Set in an acre of beautiful mature gardens, Sowberry House offers a haven of peace and tranquility.
The White Hart Hotel is a traditional hotel with a modern twist and stunning views of Lincoln Cathedral.
This welcoming, boutique hotel is a beautiful early Georgian House, set in three acres of mature garden and woodland in the heart of Washingborough village, just 2 miles east from the historic city of Lincoln.
Lovely Victorian Guest House offering high standard accommodation with excellent facilities
A modern, countryside lodge just 4 miles from historic Lincoln - ideal for an outdoors break.
Award winning accommodation, contemporarily furnished, with Egyptian cotton bed linen and soft fluffy towels just 5 miles from Lincoln.
The Gables Guest House is a 4 star rated guest house with a gold award for excellence
Newport Guest House is a centrally located accomadation within walking distance of Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle.
Delightful converted stables overlooking pony paddocks and open countryside offering bed and breakfast near Lincoln.
In picturesque countryside only 20 minutes from historic Lincoln, this Georgian farmhouse provides an idyllic country retreat where you can escape from it all.
William the Conqueror began building Lincoln Castle in 1068 on a site occupied since Roman times.