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There is a number of excellent cycling trails around the Forest of Dean, varying from tranquil family-friendly jaunts of several miles to longer and more demanding circuits. Pedalabikeaway hires out both leisure bikes – including tandems and buggies for kids -–and full suspension mountain bikes, and sells maps and gives advice on cycling routes. Here you’ll also find a downhill bike park with nine demanding trails for experienced riders; cycling tours can also be arranged on request.
For more information on cycling in the region, also check out http://deanforestcycles.co.uk/.