The rides are designed for leisure cyclists to have an easy introduction to the area, with stops along the way – history, performance and comedy. Suitable for visitors and locals alike.
Numbers will be strictly limited due to social distancing measures but if anyone is interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
We have designed the following three routes:
1. Swansea – The City by the Sea/Tref ar y Traeth
Begin and end at Santander Bike Hub by The Waterfront Museum. (Half Day 10.00am -12.00midday). Spend a couple of relaxing hours touring the sights and sounds of the city by the sea, from Copperopolis to the Cenotaph; there is much more to this place than Dylan Thomas. Moderate to Easy – 7kms. Mostly cycle path.
2. Swansea to Mumbles – The Splendid Curving Shore/Bae Arbennig Abertawe.
Begin and end at Santander Bike Hub by The Waterfront Museum. (Participants can choose to stay in Mumbles. Half Day 1.30pm-3.30pm). Follow the journey of thousands before you as you cycle the old Mumbles Railway from Rutland Street to Mumbles Pier. Meet some of the fascinating characters who took the train and hear their stories. Moderate to Easy – 20 kms. All cycle path.
3. Gower Industrial Heritage Ride – Reid Treftadaeth Ddywidianol Gwŷr.
Start and Finish at Bike-Ability. This is more of a ride with stops and is a full day (10.00am-4.00pm). From Mines and Steelworks, to Cockles and Laverbread. Stops in Penclawdd and Llanrhidian, with a long climb and descent to come home. Half Cycle Path/Half Quiet Roads. Challenging – 35 kms.