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Kidlington Rural and Oxford Loop Cycle Route

England > Oxfordshire > Oxford
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameKidlington Rural and Oxford Loop
Distance : miles (km)28.64  (46.09)
Posted ByR U
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
Start LocationBanbury Road (A4260), Kidlington
End LocationBanbury Road (A4260), Kidlington
Cycle Steps
This is a trundle through rural Oxfordshire, taking in some moderate hills, with a few miles into, and back out of, Oxford towards the end.
Start by heading out of Kidlington on the A4260, Bandury Road. Then turn right on the A4095 towards Bunkers Hill and Enslow. Take the B4027 to Bletchington and start a Weston-on-the-Green and Kirklington loop. On return to Bletchington turn left onto the B4027 once more and head towards and over the A34 to Islip. Continue through Islip on the B4027 until the turn off for Woodeaton. Head for the A40 and turn right. Turn left into the A4165, Banbury Road, then right into Davenant Road, starting the Oxford loop. At the end of this turn left into the A4144, Woodstock Road and head into Oxford. Follow this to the junction with the A4165, shortly after you pass the the Acland Nuffield Hospital. Take the A4165, Banbury Road and head out of Oxford closing the loop back at the A40 roundabout. Stay on the A4165 heading back to Kidlington.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Several nice villagey pubs, and of course Oxfords Dreaming Spires.

Near By Cycle Shops
Walton Street Cycles
Your comments?
posted by:UplahRating : difficult :
I haven't done this route, but would like to say that when you're in Old Marston, you can't really turn right off Marsh Lane to get over the A40...

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