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Rea Valley Cycle Route

England > West Midlands > Birmingham
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameRea Valley
Distance : miles (km)8.32  (13.39)
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Cycle Route Location
County/RegionWest Midlands
Start LocationDigbeth
End LocationLongbridge
Cycle Steps
From Digbeth to Longbridge, a pretty flat route quite gentle, passing through Cannon Hill park
Cycling Clubs located in this region
Concorde CC
ctc Heart of England
Solihull cycling club
Your comments?
posted by:FBAndyRating : difficult :
Scouted the route as part of a charity ride. Pretty easy going, despite, taking the old MTB which needs servicing and some mud guards.

Probably shouldn't have riden back through Frankley. But it's all good when it's for work.

posted by:olskool mtberRating : difficult :
do this route most weekends but take the worc's and b'ham canal when you get to kings norton towards the city. once in gas st you can go anywhere in the west midlands.. soho loop is good.

posted by:gareth vaughanRating : difficult :
Scenic cycle route via norhfield and kings norton. I do this route twice a week and find it easy to navigate. Blue cycle signs are easy to follow.

posted by:PLapworthRating : difficult :
Used as route to attend the SkyRide!

An eye opener to what city centre routes there are.

posted by:Tony HoweRating : difficult :
I''ve cycled this route a couple of times from Northfield to Selly Park. It''s fantastic for families - a short section is along the canal but the path is decent. You feel like you''re right out of town as you ride through meadows and parks, with plenty of nice places to stop for a rest, a picnic, a playground, and perhaps an ice cream.

posted by:35761Rating : difficult :
Rode the whole route from Longbridge into B’ham city centre with my 6 year old lad, on our BMX’s - he loved it!!

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