*New* Greater Glasgow Bikemap

Showing all of the cycle tracks and cycleways in the Greater Glasgow Area

Greater Glasgow Cycle Map
Greater Glasgow Cycle Map
A map of the Greater Glasgow area highlighting off-road (traffic free) cycle tracks and those routes with light traffic
Greater Glasgow Cycle Map£13.00
620 x 320 folded to 180x 80

Greater Glasgow Cycle Map.

Printed double sided, at a size of 62 x 32 cm and folded into a compact size of 18 x 8 cm, the map shows and grades all the known cycling trails in the Greater Glasgow area. The traffic free tracks are clearly annotated and also shown are the quiet cycle routes with light and controlled traffic.

North of the river are the routes from Clydebank through Yoker, Bearsden, Partick, and Kelvinside through the City to Springburn and vicinity. The track and links along the Forth & Clyde Canal. South of the river there are numerous parks and routes through Govan to Paisley. Head past the airport to Renfrew and back across the ferry to Yoker. Take the South City Way from Queen's Park to the centre of the City.

* Trails graded as traffic free or with light traffic

* Clydebank, Yoker, Bearsden, Port Dundas and Springurn.

* Glasgow City Centre, Kelvinside, Partick, Parkhead

* Paisley, Pollok Park, Queens Park, Rutherglen

* The Cathkin Braes

A comprehensive Cycle map review...."Exploring Glagows rich heritage:

The Greater Glasgow cycle map offers an immersive cycling experience, unveiling the city's extensive network that spans hundreds of kilometres. With a remarkable integration of off-road tarmac tracks, this cycling haven takes enthusiasts through the heart of the city and its suburbs,

Glasgow has successfully capitalized on its legacy from hosting major sporting events like the Commonwealth Games and the UCI Cycling World Championships. The result is a cycling network that seamlessly blends with the city's urban fabric, incorporating old railway lines, canal paths, and innovative routes - City Ways, designed specifically for cyclists alongside roads.

One of the map's highlights is its ability to guide cyclists to the sites that once powered the industrial machine for the British Empire. Pedaling along tracks that lead to giant industrial cranes and the remnants of shipyards that launched some of history's most significant vessels offers a unique perspective on Glasgow's industrial past.

Linking up parks and green spaces, including iconic locations like Pollok Park and Glasgow Green, the map seamlessly blends urban exploration with natural beauty. This creates an ideal route for both leisurely rides and more purposeful journeys.

For tourists, the cycle map serves as an excellent guide to explore the city's sites and museums. It provides a cycling route that unveils the grandeur of Glasgow. Visitors can be overawed by cycling around the massive stadiums of Ibrox, Celtic Park, and Parkhead. This immersive experience connects cyclists with the vibrant history and culture of the city.

The Greater Glasgow cycle map stands out as a valuable resource for cyclists of all levels, offering a well-designed network that not only serves as a means of transportation but also as a gateway to Glasgow's rich heritage. Whether riding through industrial landmarks or enjoying the green spaces, this map ensures a fulfilling exploration of one of Scotland's most dynamic cities.

ISBN 978-1-906184-53-7

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