The Isle of Wight is fast becoming a mecca for cyclists of all abilities and disciplines. Road cycling and Mountain Biking are popular for day vists to the Isle of Wight and for Holidays on the Isle of Wight. Over 250 miles of marked bridleway await the intrepid Mountain Biker and counless back lanes, villages and scenic routes await the serious road cyclist. WhiteonWight aims to provide routes straight from the ferries for day trippers and weekenders and plenty of alternative start points for the holiday maker. Being Mountain Bikers and Road cyclists, WoW also understands the need for refreshment breaks so many routes include pubs and cafes on the way.
The island really can’t be explored in one day , although, a lot can be seen by bike as long as you have a plan; but, holidays in the Isle of Wight, with a mind to cycling and walking, will ensure that you see a lot of what it has to offer. There are many hotels, self catering accommodation and Bed & Breakfast establishments that will welcome cyclists, and many pubs, cafes and attractions will also welcome you with open arms, making sure you are suitably refreshed and educated for the next leg of your adventures.
There are two very popular pastimes marking the Isle of Wight as a destination for sports and leisure fanatics and personalities. Around Wight is the Solent and English Channel, a popular destination for sailing and the World famous Cowes Week. On Wight, cycling and walking form the largest attraction for the more adventrous holiday on the Isle of Wight. This site will point you to some of the best trails and roads the Isle of Wight has to offer.