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Local Road Routes

There's an absolute goldmine of road bike routes waiting to be unearthed around Comrie Croft. You can ride quiet backroads all day, with some of the best cake stops for miles around, up some monster climbs and come across pinch-yourself views. The most amazing thing is that there's not more people doing it! Try some of these routes for starters. 

Easy or Short Routes

There's a good selection of quiet roads within a quick roll from the Croft. Once you negotiate 500 yards of the A85, you can potter around the country lanes or try some of the punchy climbs which are within easy reach. Here are our favourites.

Comrie Croft, Mill of Drummond, Langside, Comrie

A shortish route along quiet roads. This route has a couple of reasonable hills on it, and enjoys the highly popular langside over to Comrie

Medium Routes

If you are in the mood for a decent leg stretch, these routes will give you a good 2-3 hours of riding, perfect for a half days excersize. Some have good hills, some are longer and flatter, mostly on quiet roads. 

Quiet Backroads Loop via Kinkell Bridge

A Low Level spin around some quiet country lanes, a lovely tour around the lower lying side of Crieff. Still a couple of sharp climbs though!.

Hard or Long Routes

If you really want to push it, or are used to long days in the saddle, Comrie's location on the Highland Boundary Fault Line means you have a great choice of terrain whichever way you point your bike. Expect 6 hours or more of riding, proper hills and great cake stops!

Big Day Out via Killin, Aberfeldy and Crieff

A long and beautiful ride taking in Loch Earn and Loch Tay, returning via Crieff. Expect some testing climbs and some great cafe options

How to use our Route Guides

We use the Ride with GPS app to detail local routes. This is an excellent app to utlilise if you wish get full details of the routes we are suggesting here. In order to get an offline map, you will need to sign up the paid version, you can do this from as little as £3 for a week. We are not on commission, its just a great way to get full ride maps and cues, much cheaper than buying a map to use for a week. 

Just click onto any of the maps and you will be magically transferred to the Ride with GPS site where you can sign up.

You can also pop into our store where we will print you off a bespoke map with cue sheet, on quality paper, for a small fee