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Come Cycling Ledbury

Do you want to attract visitors to where you live - and for them to enjoy cycling while they're there? The Come Cycling initiative is the perfect opportunity.
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Come Cycling Ledbury!

Cycling communities throughout Britain are being invited to join the national Come Cycling scheme by setting up their own website, linked into the Come Cycling home page.

Come Cycling is a web-based cycle tourism initiative, launched in April 2011, which has been piloted in Ledbury, Herefordshire by the Ledbury Area Cycle Forum as Come Cycling Ledbury.

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A short cycle ride in the Dulas Valley, Wales

The Dovey and Dulas valleys lie in a beautiful part of Wales. The cycle ride described here is only twelve miles long, but there is a wealth of interest along the route.
The beautiful Dovey and Dullas valleys are perfect for cycling

The outward route it follows a National Cycle Network route but the return journey follows the 'A' road, which, while busier, does give a change of scene.  It’s also a straight downhill run – just freewheeling! For those who prefer to avoid traffic, it is possible to do a 'there and back' ride. 

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