Severn & Thames Cycle Map
This area map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area. It covers the Severn & Thames area of the South West region of England, including Bristol, Bath, Bath & North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, North Wiltshire and Swindon.
This is a truly inspiring area to explore by bicycle. The Cotswolds, the UK's largest 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', the heights of the Mendip hills and the rolling fields of the Wiltshire countryside are just some of the places to offer spectacular scenery. The whole of the area is scattered with picturesque villages, welcoming country pubs, and places of historic interest. The Severn & Thames area is also home to the Bristol to Bath railway path, the very first Sustrans cycle route that guides you in perfect tranquillity between the two historic cities.
The pocket-sized colour map shows clearly mapped on-road and traffic-free paths, easy to read contours, and detailed inset maps for the major towns and cities as well as recommended linking routes connecting the NCN with quiet roads. The map also features 4 day rides with directions and a description of the area, highlighting key cycle routes, local history and places of interest.
Major cycle routes covered by this map:
- National Route 3 between Bristol and Wells.
- National Route 4 between Chepstow and Hungerford which follows the Bristol & Bath railway path and the Kennet & Avon Canal.
- National Route 24 between Midford and Frome via Radstock including the Colliers Way.
- National Route 41 between Bristol and Gloucester.
- National Route 42 around Cinderford
- National Route 45 between Figheldean to Frampton-on-Severn via Pewsey, Swindon, Cirencester and Stroud.
- National Route 48 between Cirencester and Northleach
- National Route 244 / Bath Two Tunnels Greenway between Bath and Midford.
- National Route 254 (Wiltshire Cycleway) between Westbury and Great Bedwyn via Bradford-on-Avon, Corsham, Malmesbury, Broad Hinton and Malborough.
- National Route 403 between Melksham and Great Bedwyn via Chippenham, Calne, Avebury and Malborough.
- National Route 410 / Avon Cycleway circular route around Bristol (missing the south western quarter out to Clevedon)
- National Route 57 between Witney and Northleach.
Published: November 2017
Size: 10 x 15 cm folded, 60 x 80 cm unfolded
Printed on water and tear-resistant Polyart recycleable paper, category 2 HDPE
Thanks for looking at this Severn & Thames Cycle Map 11 - Sustrans - Including Bristol, Bath, Chippenham, Stroud & Swindon. We may have more Sustrans products and Books & Maps available. If you've any questions, give our friendly team a call.
Or APPLY 0% APR Finance With No Deposit
Your new dream bike, kit and clothing are just a few simple clicks away. Whether you're after brand new bike for heading off-road, upgrading your wheels or tracking your performance with a GPS computer, we've got a range of payment options to help you spread the cost.
Please note we can only offer finance in-store or over the phone. Please feel free to call us on (01729) 824232 7 days a week.
Spend £250 or more on any items with us (even discounted items) and you can spread the cost with finance. It only takes minutes and you don't have to put down a deposit. Use our handy finance calculator to see which finance plan best suits your budget.
Only full price items are available with 0% finance. Discounted items will be 15.9% APR
|6 MONTHS||12 MONTHS||24 MONTHS||36 MONTHS||48 MONTHS|
Cyclescheme no longer has a limit! This means you can save money on everything you need. Go for a bike, a bike and accessories, or just accessories – it’s your choice!
What is Cyclescheme?
Cyclescheme is an employee benefit that saves you 25-39% on a bike and accessories You pay nothing upfront and the payments are taken tax efficiently from your salary by your employer. Please visit the Cyclescheme website for more information *click*
- Get a quote from us.
- Get a certificate through Cyclescheme and your employer.
- Redeem your certificate
- Ride away your new bike!
With Bike2Work you could save up to 42%
Bike2Work believe that the benefits of cycling to work should be open to everyone. In short, they want to get people on bikes.
It is their aim to reduce environmental pollution, encourage healthier lifestyles and make getting on a bike less expensive than you might expect.
In line with the Government’s Green Transport Plan, Bike2Work make it easier for both Employers and Employees to get involved with the Bike to Work Scheme. After all, happier, healthier Employees mean increased productivity and less days off sick.
We cannot offer discounted bikes on either scheme. Full price applies.
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.