Sunderland is home to tons of great cycle routes. Now is a great time to saddle up and explore our beautiful city from the saddle this September!


Roker Rivieria

Cycle Route Sunderland: Wheeling across Wearside















The Star Map sculpture at Roker seafront signals the start or end point in the Sea to Sea (C2C) route. A ride across the region invites cyclists to enjoy a varied mix of trailside sculptures and scenic city vistas.

The fine views across the River Wear continue as you enter the city centre and follow the water’s edge to the route’s official end at the Star Map sculpture along the seafront at Roker.

Make sure you dip your front wheel in the ocean – it’s tradition on this cycle routes Sunderland and the perfect activity for your Weekend Vibe to-do lists!



River Wear Rambling

Wearside is also the finishing point for the iconic cycle route, Walney to Wear!

Cyclists are blessed with some seriously stunning scenery as they head into the the city. One to add to your biking bucket list!



Stadium Of Light

Cycle Routes Sunderland: Wheeling across Wearside















The electric match day atmosphere may be missing, but a quick stop and Insta snap at the Stadium of Light is a must for any Mackem cyclist. We love a visit to the Stadium of Light!



Northern Spire

Take your two wheel excursion over to Sunderland’s latest architectural beauty, the Northern Spire. This cutting-edge, 240 metre long icon is well-worth checking out as you wheel across Wearside!



Hendon Promenade

Cycle Routes Sunderland: Wheeling across Wearside















An ideal spot to blow away those cobwebs and take in some stellar sea views.

This urban-beauty is a great spot to zoom along on two-wheels, gaze at Sunderland’s mighty industrial heritage and stop off for a quick Facebook snap.

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