Northern England’s long-distance cycle routes include the Pennine Cycleway (South and North), the Pennine Bridleway, the Coast & Castles (South) routes.
- Coast and Castles South cycle route (Tynemouth to Edinburgh)
- Pennine Cycleway South (Derby to Settle)
- Pennine Cycleway North (Settle to Berwick-upon-Tweed)
- Pennine Bridleway
- Lancashire Cycleway
- Yorkshire National Byway
- North East England National Byway
Most of England’s coast to coast routes also cross northern England.
- C2C coast to coast cycle route (Whitehaven in Cumbria to Sunderland or Tynemouth)
- Reivers Route (Tynemouth to Whitehaven)
- Hadrian’s Cycleway (Tynemouth to Ravenglass in Cumbria)
- The Way of the Roses (Morecambe in Lancashire to Bridlington in Yorkshire)
- Trans-Pennine Trail (Southport to Hornsea)
- Walney to Wear (Barrow in Cumbria to Sunderland)