New Forest Cycling Tours Opens Up New Guided Rides of Wiltshire

New Forest Cycling Tours has expanded its operating area by offering three new guided cycle rides to encompass the beautiful Wiltshire countryside. 
Each ride takes in some of Wiltshire’s beautiful landscape, with two of the three tours heading into the Stonehenge & Avebury World Heritage Site. 
The three new tours on offer are:
– The Historic Three: Salisbury, Sarum and Stonehenge (30-mile circular tour)
– The Ancient Ridgeway and Avebury Cycle Tour (27-mile circular tour)
– Green Man of Wiltshire and the Kennet & Avon Canal Tour (27-mile circular tour)
Steve Edmed, Owner of New Forest Cycling Tours comments:
“Wiltshire is a hidden gem, yet is home to some of the UK’s most iconic sites such as Stonehenge and Avebury. Beyond this, there are some amazing places that often people haven’t explored on bike.
“I want to show my customers just how amazing the landscape is and to encourage visitors to experience the county in a green and sustainable way. 
“I am very much looking forward to showcasing just how fantastic this county is with the launch of my new tours and would encourage anyone with two wheels who fancies giving it a try to book on.”
Fiona Errington, Head of Marketing, VisitWiltshire adds:
“Cycling in Wiltshire is not just about keeping fit it’s also a sustainable mode of transport; and a great way to uncover the essence of the county. With almost half of Wiltshire dedicated to National Landscapes, cycling provides an unparalleled opportunity to explore the picturesque countryside. In the peace of Wiltshire’s timeless landscapes, cyclists can truly experience rural England at its very best, creating lasting memories of natural beauty and scenic wonders.”
More information about New Forest Cycling Tours’ new tours can be found at https://newforestcyclingtours.com/tours/ or by calling 07976 688437.

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