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Wheel your way on a Norfolk adventure
The Norfolk Coast is a cyclist’s paradise, whatever your level.
With plenty of flat terrain for first-timers and challenging routes for serious bike-packers, there are cycling adventures to suit everyone.
Along the routes there are plenty of places to eat, drink and stay that welcome cyclists. You’ll find secure cycle parking, toolkits and free water bottle refills at many stop-offs.
- Norfolk Trails offer miles of off-road cycling routes, through winding countryside, rural villages and along the stunning Norfolk Coast.
- Visit Travel Norfolk for more about cycling routes in Norfolk, bike and scooter hire, and a journey planner.
- Go to Komoot or AllTrails to choose routes and track your progress.
A ride through history
Cyclists up for a challenge can tackle the new Rebellion Way. This 233-mile route is inspired by two of Norfolk’s famous rebel leaders.
Beginning and ending in Norwich, it guides you through a varied mix of country lanes, bridleways, byways and cycle paths.
Boudicca led a revolt against Roman rule almost 2,000 years ago. Heading out of Norwich, the Rebellion Way passes by Venta Icenorum, the capital of Boudicca’s Iceni tribe, where you can still see remains of the settlement.
The route also passes Kett’s Heights, a key location in Kett’s Rebellion in 1549, when rebels destroyed fences of wealthy landowners. The group targeted Robert Kett who, instead of fighting the rebels, joined and led them to march on Norwich, taking the city.