From Coastal paths to the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds. North East Lincolnshire is a brilliant place for fun on two wheels. We have an extensive network of on and off-road cycle paths and bridleways suitable for both the cycling enthusiast and for the whole family to enjoy.
No bike? No problem! Grimsby Cycle Hub provides hire on a range of different bicycles and can also offer delivery to you anywhere within Lincolnshire.
We have an extensive network of on and off road cycle paths, footpaths and bridleways suitable for both the cycling enthusiast and for the whole family to enjoy Download our cycle map here.
Bradley Wolds Loop – The Bradley Wolds Loop is one of our longer rides. Starting at Bradley Football Centre the ride takes in many of the quiet lanes around the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Hub Beach Cruise – Starting and finishing at the Cycle Hub in Grimsby Town centre and taking a ride through the town to Cleethorpes seafront this ride is a great one for an afternoon out on your bike.
Peaks Circular – The route starts from Weelsby Woods, heads out towards the outskirts of Waltham before turning back through New Waltham and Cleethorpes heading back to the Woods.
West of the Hub – This is a slightly shorter ride from the Cycle Hub in Grimsby.
Fishermen and Ships – This ride takes in great views across the Humber with its almost unique mix of wildlife and industry. Much of the ride is along the seawall away from traffic. As well as the river the ride also takes you through the local villages of Great Coates, Stallingborough and Healing.
A Hint of the Wolds – The ride takes you out from Immingham and up into the Lincolnshire Wolds before a cafe stop in the market town of Caistor and a ride back through some stunning countryside through Great Limber, Brocklesby and Habrough.
Ice-cream on the Prom – The ride is a little under 3miles in length with a stop for an ice cream half-way making it suitable for just about anyone.
Milers Loop – The Millers Loop is one of our most popular Breeze rides and it’s not surprising. At a distance of 8 miles on mostly flat, quiet roads the ride is ideal for anyone, you don’t need to be the next Bradley Wiggins or Victoria Pendleton to enjoy this ride around the countryside south of Waltham.
Ploughshares, Carts and Manor Houses – Starting from Bradley Cross Roads this ride takes you on a tour of the countryside that’s right on your doorstep. At a little over 16 miles the route will take you around two hours to get round, depending on your own cycling pace of course!
If you require more information about the cycle routes in and around Cleethorpes, please contact the Cleethorpes Tourist Information Centre on 01472 323111 or firstname.lastname@example.org