After exploring Newark, cyclists can discover the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire countryside along this 15 mile/24 km cycle route to Harby.
The route heads under Newark’s bypass and the A1 and through Winthorpe before a traffic-free section passes the future site of an RSPB reserve, which is being developed on the worked-out areas of Langford Quarry.
The village of Collingham, boasting two churches and two pubs, provides a perfect spot to take a break en-route.
Continuing on, the route follows rural lanes through attractive villages to reach Harby and the start of a 6.5 mile/10.5 km, traffic-free path to Lincoln.
Cyclists can enjoy a circular ride, via an unsigned route taking in several Lincolnshire villages along the way, or an on-road, linear option is also available.
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