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The National Cycle Route 765 (with proposed links to NCN 7), quiet back-roads and extensive tracks in and around Doune and Deanston make the area excellent for cycling.  Numerous family-friendly off-road loops are complimented by longer routes for those more dedicated.

Many visitors on road tours, as well as racing and mountain bike enthusiasts, use the Teith Bridge as a pivotal starting point for accessing the whole of the Forth Valley as well as a gateway to the Trossachs national park. 

Doune and Deanston provide a perfect start-point for a series of Cycle road tours and the best may be the East Circular Three Glens Mountain Bike Ride  which takes in Argaty, Kilbryde, the Darn Walk and the Carse of Lecropt.  It will take experienced riders a few hours and offers families with a range options and activities along the way. East road circular route map

For more rides click on the following links: North road route map, South road route map, West road circular route map.

For more information look at the local cycling circles club page

Finally... for all you locals... why not try active commuting to Dunblane railway station on your bike via the Old Railway Line and newly surfaced path via Dunblane High School?        See East Green route map.  It's only three miles and helps you avoid the sometimes busy main road.  It could benefit your health and, perhaps, your pocket! Handprints

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