National Cycle Network

Fietskaarten van de National Cycle Network.

Het 6.500 mijl grote National Cycle Network werd ontwikkeld door Sustran in samenwerking met meer dan 400 lokale overheden, andere nationale en lokale organisaties en de DETR. Het netwerk loopt gedeeltelijk over fietspaden, verkeersarme wegen en door kalme stads- of dorpskernen. Het werd ontwikkeld met aandacht voor de veiligheid van de onervaren fietser, het gebruiksgemak voor locale uitstappen en is steeds indrukwekkend voor bezoekers. Het moedigt mensen aan al fietsend deze streek te ontdekken en daardoor luchtverontreiniging tegen te gaan. Bovendien is het netwerk goed voor 5000 banen in de constructie en dienstverlenende bedrijven.

Op de kaarten werd de route ingekleurd, waarschuwingen voor hindernissen genoteerd, hoogteprofielen van elke etappe gedrukt en detailkaarten van stads- of dorpskernen toegevoegd. Daarnaast bevatten de kaarten een overvloed aan toeristische informatie, nuttige adressen en veel meer. Dit zijn onmisbare kaarten om Groot-Brittannië optimaal al fietsend te ontdekken.


De hieronder opgegeven prijzen zijn inclusief BTW.

 

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NCN 14 Three Rivers Cycle Route Newcastle - Middlesbrough (1:100.000)

Three Rivers Cycle Route
Newcastle - Middlesbrough
Three Rivers Cycle Route between Middlesborough and South Shields and over 400 miles of signed cycle routes around Tyne, Tees and Wear.

Op de kaarten werd de route ingekleurd, waarschuwingen voor hindernissen genoteerd, hoogteprofielen van elke etappe gedrukt en detailkaarten van stads- of dorpskernen toegevoegd. Daarnaast bevatten de kaarten een overvloed aan toeristische informatie, nuttige adressen en veel meer. Dit zijn onmisbare kaarten om Groot-Brittannië optimaal al fietsend te ontdekken.

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NCN 1b Hull to Fakenham Cycle Route (1:100.000)

Hull to Fakenham
Easy cycling, through countryside from Humberside through Lincolnshire to Norfolk.
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NCN 1c Fakenham to Harwich Cycle Route (1:100.000)

Fakenham to Harwich
Easy cycling, crossing the countryside of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
 
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NCN 1e Aberdeen to Shetland Set (two map pack) (1:100.000)

Aberdeen to Shetland Cycle Route
Aberdeen to Inverness & Black Isle (map1 )
Cromarty to Shetland (map 2)iddlesbrough
(1) Aberdeen - Inverness and the Black Isle (2) Cromarty to John O'Groats and the Orkney and Shetland Islands
This is the first ever two part Sustrans map.
This voyage of discovery, through the Highlands and low country to John O' Groats, is very popular with British 'End-to-End' cyclists and forms part of the international North Sea Cycle Route. The route extends to the Orkney and Shetland Islands.
Two full colour fold-out map, printed on waterproof paper.
Scale 1:100 000 - Aberdeen to Inverness & the Black Isle
Scale 1:175 000 - Cromarty to John O'Groats and the Orkney and Shetland Islands
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NCN 27 The Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route: Hull to Middlesbrough (1:100.000)

Devon Coast to Coast
Ilfracombe to Plymouth

Fold-out map, printed on waterproof paper and protected by a see-through plastic wallet, of the route linking Ilfracombe on the north Devon coast and Plymouth - with its ferries to France and Spain - via Dartmoor

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NCN 5b West Midlands Cycle Route (1:100.000)

West Midlands Rose Cycle Route:
Oxford to Derby via Birmingham
One of two routes taking you through the heart of England, key attractions on this section of National Route 5 include Stratford on Avon and Sandwell Valley Country Park. Full colour fold out map, printed on waterproof paper. Scale 1:100 000.
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NCN 68b Pennine Cycleway South (1:100.000)

Pennine Cycleway: South
& Dales

Pennine Cycleway, South Pennines and The Dales Cycle Route Map: Sustrans' Official Route Map and Guide to the 124 Miles of National Cycle Network Through the South Pennines and Yorkshire Dales

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NCN 69 Way of the Roses (1:100.000)

Way of the Roses Cycle Route
The Way of the Roses is a new ‘coast to coast’ route between Morecambe on Lancashire’s Irish Sea coast and Bridlington on Yorkshire’s North Sea coast which is due to open in September 2010. Passing through the historic cities of Lancaster and York, the 169-mile route also links the Forest of Bowland AONB, the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Nidderdale AONB and the Yorkshire Wolds. Sustrans is co-ordinating the initiative on behalf of partners in both counties and is publishing a map of the whole route, which should be available in August 2010.
Route: Morecambe to Bridlington, passing through Lancaster and York
Distance: 171 miles from Morecambe to Bridlington. A southern strand heading through Knaresborough will be open in Summer 2011.
The Way of the Roses is a special cycle route celebrating 15 years of the National Cycle Network. It is a spectacular 'coast to coast' cycle route from Morecambe Bay (the Irish Sea) to Bridlington Bay, on the North Sea coast.


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NCN 6b Derby to York (1:100.000)

Derby to York Cycle Route:
The route travels through the heart of the East Midlands and Yorkshire.
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NCN 77 The Salmon Run Cycle Route (1:100.000)

The Salmon Run Cycle Route:
Dundee to Pitlochry
Route length: 54 miles/87km - mostly in Perthshire
Level: Easy/Moderate
Links: Route 77 connects with Route 7 at Logierait just south of Pitlochry.
Route 77 connects with Route 1 at the Tay Bridge in Dundee.

National Route 77, follows the winding course of the River Tay upstream for 54 miles (87km) between the City of Dundee and the highland resort town of Pitlochry. The mighty River Tay is the longest in Scotland and is famous the world over for the quality of its record-breaking salmon. Diverse scenery characterises this route, from the river estuary at Dundee to the rich farmland of the Carse on Gowrie and on, northwards, to the more rugged upland landscape around Pitlochry and Dunkeld. Highlights en route are many and include RRS Discovery (the famous ship that took Scott to the Antarctic in 1901); a Scottish winery; Kinnoull Hill and the sights of Perth and the stunning conservation village of Dunkeld with its ancient cathedral. At journey's end in Pitlochry you'll find distilleries, a festival theatre and salmon ladder plus an excellent network of waymarked walks.


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NCN 9a Kingfisher Cycle Trail: (1:100.000)

Kingfisher Cycle Trail: Ireland
Through the counties of Fermanagh & Leitrim.
A cycle route which crosses and re-crosses the border between Northern Ireland and Eire via Lough Erne and the Leitrim Hills.


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Walney to Wear Cycle Route (1:100.000)

Walney to Wear Cycle Route:
Barrow-in-Furness to Sunderland

The official route map & guide to the 151 mile cycle route between Barrow-in-Furness and Sunderland