Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map


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Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map

Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map
Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map

Suffolk must be one of the most charming of counties to explore by bicycle. When Al Churcher delivered his routes to us at Goldeneye we couldn’t keep him quiet, such was his enthusiasm and wonder at Suffolk’s country lanes and byways. He has cycled all over the world, but Suffolk remained a firm favourite.

The inland scenery is not spectacular for the county’s main glory lies with its attractive villages; the local architecture jealously preserved from modern depredation.

There is an abundance of churches, ranging from the magnificence of Lavenham and Long Melford to more modest churches, but almost all have a unique feature to be proud of. The quiet countryside has been immortalised in the paintings of John Constable who lived most of his life in the Stour Valley on the Essex  borders.

Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map

• Matt Laminated for Foul-Weather Protection
• Ideal Scale for Touring @ 1:126,720 (2 miles to 1 inch)
• 17 Circular Routes Overprinted on Map
• National Cycle Network Routes illustrated: NCN 1, 13, 30 & 51, and the “Two Rivers Cycle Route” and the Suffolk Coastal Cycle Route, RR 41
• Traffic-Free Family Routes featured: Alton Water Circuit,  Icknield Way, The King’s Forest Rides, Peddar’s Way, Rendlesham Cycle Trail and the Thetford Forest Park Cycle Trails

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