Downloads Cycle about - The Amazeing route (Linking Bardney and Wragby) Document Cycle about - The Amazeing route (Linking Bardney and Wragby) (PDF, 1MB) Cycle about - Caistor Document Cycle about - Caistor (PDF, 657.34KB) Cycle about - Gainsborough Document Cycle about - Gainsborough (PDF, 714.46KB) Cycle about - Market Rasen Document Cycle about - Market Rasen (PDF, 668.65KB) Cycle about - Nettleham Document Cycle about - Nettleham (PDF, 628.5KB) Cycle about - The Queen Eleanor ride (Saxilby to Harby) Document Cycle about - The Queen Eleanor ride (Saxilby to Harby) (PDF, 748.33KB) Cycle about - Witham Pilgrimage Document Cycle about - Witham Pilgrimage (PDF, 937.95KB) Cycle about - Woodlands Document Cycle about - Woodlands (PDF, 754.67KB) Latest news Sustainable Warmth Competition Funding! Residents praised as almost 87% of all recycling bins presented were emptied! Riverside walk progress update More news Sport and leisure Walking Cycling Fishing Swimming Exercise classes and keeping fit Find a sports club Football pitches Healthy Lifestyle Services There is so much to see in West Lindsey and a great way of experiencing this is by cycling. With cycle routes to suit all abilities from 2.5 to 46 miles on flat to hilly terrain, it is the perfect place to get out your bike. We have produced a range of cycle route leaflets all of which are available to download below. The Cycling in West Lindsey website has a range of cycle routes through the district and the National Cycle Network is also a useful source of additional information. Information about cycle routes in the Lincolnshire Wolds which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty can be viewed on Love Lincolnshire Wolds website. Willingham Woods on the eastern edge of Market Rasen, is the perfect setting for walking and cycling. Many of the circular routes from Market Rasen use the National cycle Route 1 as a base. The Lindsey Trail is a 69 mile trail across the Lincolnshire Wolds. Suitable for carriage drivers, horse riders, cyclists and walkers it extends from Willingham Woods in the north to Horncastle in the south.