Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map


Cycle map showing traffic-free cycle routes and quiet country lane routes in Suffolk. Weatherproof map with detailed mapping.

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Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map

Cycling country lanes and traffic-free cycle routes

Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map

Suffolk must be one of the most charming of counties to explore by bicycle and the Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map is ideal.

Map designer Al Churcher has cycled all over the world, but Suffolk remains a firm favourite of his.

The inland scenery is not spectacular for the county’s main glory lies with its attractive villages; the local architecture jealously preserved from modern depredation.

There is an abundance of churches, ranging from the magnificence of Lavenham and Long Melford to more modest churches, but almost all have a unique feature to be proud of.

The quiet countryside has been immortalised in the paintings of John Constable who lived most of his life in the Stour Valley on the Essex  borders.

Order it with the Goldeneye Norfolk map to cover East Anglia.

• 17 (Seventeen) Circular Routes Overprinted on Map
• 6 (Six) Traffic-Free Family Routes: Alton Water, Icknield
Way, King’s Forest Rides, Peddar’s Way, Rendlesham
Cycle Trail & Thetford Forest Park
• National Cycle Network Routes: NCN 1 Hull to
Harwich, NCN 13 Crosses Suffolk via Sudbury to
Lavenham to Fakenham, NCN 51 Orford to Felixstowe,
NCN 30 The Two Rivers Cycle Route & RR 41 Suffolk
Coastal Cycle Route

Suffolk Goldeneye cycle map

EAN Number: 9781859652756
Publication Dated: April 2021, 5th Edition, Goldeneye
Format: Map
Prev Published History: 9 781859 652480
Size: 245mm x 125mm x 10mm (Spine)
Finish: Concertina Fold, Matt Laminated
Design: Double-sided A2 Sheet
Extent: 24pp
The Map Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch / 1: 126, 720

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