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Cycle NI - Your definitive guide to cycling in Northern Ireland
Cycling in Northern Ireland
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National Cycle Network

The National Cycle Network is a comprehensive network of safe and attractive cycling routes throughout the UK, developed by the charity Sustrans. In Northern Ireland, the Network extends to more than 800 miles, mostly on quiet country roads and includes 106 miles of traffic free paths. From forest trails and riverside routes to canal and lakeside cycling, a host of long, medium and short rides on the National Cycle Network await cyclists of all levels.
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91

Route 91

National Route 91 of the National Cycle Network is signed between Portadown and Tynan in Co Armagh and also as a figure of eight based around Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh and known as the Kingfisher Trail. The Kingfisher Trail is a long distance trail in Co Fermanagh.

92

Route 92

National Route 92 of the National Cycle Network runs from Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh to Derry and is covered by the Ballyshannon to Ballycastle cycle route map available from sustransshop.co.uk.

93

Route 93

National Route 93 of the National Cycle Network is open and signed between Larne, Co Antrim and Derry. The route is proposed to run around the coast to Newry, Co Down via Bangor and Belfast.

94

Route 94

National Route 94 of the National Cycle Network is a circuit of Lough Neagh and is known as the Loughshore Trail. It is open, signed and covered by the Sustrans Loughshore Trail cycle route map available from www.sustransshop.co.uk.

95

Route 95

National Route 95 of the National Cycle Network goes north from Tynan, Co Armagh to the shore of Lough Neagh and then across to Pettigoe via Newtonstewart via the Sperrin Mountains.

96

Route 96

National Route 96 of the National Cycle Network connects Toome and Coleraine, Co Londonderry. The route is currently open and signed.

97

Route 97

National Route 97 of the National Cycle Network links Glenarm to Ballymena in Co Antrim. It is intended that the route will be further extended to Randalstown where it will link to the Loughshore Trail.

99

Route 99

National Route 99 of the National Cycle Network traverses the Ards peninsula in Co Down, skirts the southern shores of Strangford Lough and down to Newcastle, Co Down. The route is covered by the Strangford Lough cycle route map available from sustransshop.co.uk.

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Route 9

National Route 9 of the National CycleNetwork runs from Belfast to Slieve Gullion, near Newry, Co Down. Long term, it is planned to extend the route to Dublin. Currently, over 40 miles of Route 9 are on traffic-free towpaths and pretty minor roads.

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Route 10

(No information about this route is available)

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Route 11

(No information about this route is available)

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Route 20

(No information about this route is available)

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