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Cycle Route on the River Clyde

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Published June 2nd 2016
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With the nicer weather starting to creep in I thought it was time to dig the bikes out and get outside. Being my first ride of the summer I was a little rocky so kept it nice a short. Starting near St Enoch subway station in the city I took the pathway down next to the River Clyde. I stuck to the city side of the river and the surface of the pathway was nice and flat. The fact that it's a well maintained pathway made it an easy ride but it was busy with a lot of walkers.

There are a lot of tourist attractions to see and visit on the route towards the west end of Glasgow. You will pass the Science Centre, SECC, Finnieston Crane, the Tall Ship and the Transport Museum. Not bad for a day sight seeing. For the more advanced bikers it is possible to continue on this bike trail all the way to Loch Lomand. The route is 34km from the SECC and follows the river onto the canal until you reach Loch Lomond. For more information on this cycle check:
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