Cliff Edge Cycle Hire

Cliff Edge Cycle Hire
Activity centres | Attractions | Grantham
Hire a bike for the whole family in Grantham's Wyndham Park for access to the riverside trail, and to Belton House, Belvoir Castle and the South Lincolnshire countryside. Cliff Edge Cycle Hire aims to make your day enjoyable and stress free. We have carefully selected bikes to provide a safe and comfortable ride both on and off road. All bikes and accessories are maintained to a high standard and all service history is routinely logged.
Grantham's 'Green Flag' award winning Wyndham Park offers the perfect start point for your day of cycling. From here, follow the riverside National Cycle Route 15 to Belton House, check out its deer park and extensive grounds and enjoy its woodland adventure play park. Or take a ride on a tandem, along a traffic-free Grantham Canal into the spectacular countryside of the Vale of Belvoir, then onto the majestic Belvoir Castle. There are many places to stop on the way for a pub lunch or take a picnic to enjoy amongst interesting and varied wildlife you will find along the route.
The countryside makes the area around Cliff Edge Cycle Hire a fantastic cycling destination for all ages and abilities. It's most suited to recreational riders, couples, families and groups - not forgetting the pet dog! Or spend the afternoon in the park with the kids, maybe teaching them to ride on one of our balance bikes. The choice is yours!
Wyndham Park Visitor Centre
Hill Avenue
Grantham
NG31 9BB
www.cliffedgecyclehire.com
cliffedgecycles@hotmail.com
07771 602609

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Wyndham Park Visitor Centre
Hill Avenue
Grantham
NG31 9BB
www.cliffedgecyclehire.com
cliffedgecycles@hotmail.com
07771 602609

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Cliff Edge Cycle Hire

Wyndham Park Visitor Centre

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Cliff Edge Cycle Hire

Hire a bike for the whole family in Grantham’s Wyndham Park for access to the riverside trail, and to Belton House, Belvoir Castle and the South Lincolnshire countryside.

Cliff Edge Cycle Hire aims to make your day enjoyable and stress free. We have carefully selected bikes to provide a safe and comfortable ride both on and off road. All bikes and accessories are maintained to a high standard and all service history is routinely logged.

Grantham’s ‘Green Flag’ award winning Wyndham Park offers the perfect start point for your day of cycling. From here, follow the riverside National Cycle Route 15
to Belton House, check out its deer park and extensive grounds and enjoy its woodland adventure play park.

Or take a ride on a tandem, along a traffic-free Grantham Canal into the spectacular countryside of the Vale of Belvoir, then onto the majestic Belvoir Castle. There are many places to stop on the way for a pub lunch or take a picnic to enjoy amongst interesting and varied wildlife you will find along the way.

The countryside makes the area around Cliff Edge Cycle Hire a fantastic cycling destination for all ages and abilities. It’s most suited to recreational riders, couples, families and groups – not forgetting the pet dog! Or spend the afternoon in the park with the kids, maybe teaching them to ride of our our balance bikes. The choice is yours!

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