The National Byway

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An example National Byway signpost
National Byway sign at a road junction

The National Byway is a 4,500-mile (7,240 km) signposted cycling route round England and parts of Scotland and Wales.[1] It runs along quiet roads, rather than a mixture of roads and tracks like the National Cycle Network, making it more appropriate for road bikes. The route is managed by the registered charity "The National Byway", with Patron Viscount Linley and President Lord Foster of Thames Bank.[1] Maps are available from the National Byway web site and Sustrans.[2][3]

National Byway signpost

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