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Lenzie to Milngavie Cycle Route

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Cycle Route Details
Route NameLenzie to Milngavie
Distance : miles (km)12  (19.31)
Posted Byhappy
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Cycle Route Location
County/RegionEast Dunbartonshire
Start LocationLenzie
End LocationMilngavie
Cycle Steps
Head along the old railway line path to Kirkintilloch.
Head along Townhead road in Kirkintilloch until you arrive at the library.
Turn left at the library and head down to the first roundabout.
At the roundabout take a right onto Glasgow road.
Travel about 50m until you can take a side road left onto Campsie road, along side McNairs builders merchants.
Travel along this road this road for about a mile, until you come to a T junction.
Turn left and travel along Campsie road until you arrive in Torrance.
Just after arriving in Torrance, take the 3rd road on the right (West Balgrochan Road), leading on to Barraston road.
Stay on Barraston road until you come to a fork in the road. Turn right here on to Tower road.
Stay on Tower road until you come to a T-Junction, and take a right, followed by a left shortly after.
Travel along this road until a T-Junction, take a left, followed by a right immediately after.
This takes you down a steep hill. Half way down the hill take a side road right onto Baldernock road.
Travel along this road, pass Dougalston golf course on your right and your in Milngavie.
This route is great as all the roads are very quiet.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Dougalston Golf Club, McNairs Builders Merchants, Kirkintilloh Canal

Near By Cycle Shops
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Cycling Clubs located in this region
ED's Cycle Co-op
Glasgow Ivy CC
Glasgow Mountain Bike Club
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