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Biking routes in Norwich

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Biker friendly watering holes in Norwich

Deepdale Cafe


The census of 2011 records Norwich as having a population of 213,166 people. This makes it one of the most populated cities in the east of England.

Motorbikes are a popular means of travel here. As a result of this and the locals’ love of motorbikes, there are many biking clubs and ride outs in Norwich every week. Here’s some more information about Norwich’s famed biking routes.


Biking routes in Norwich

To the east, you have The Broads. Just a few miles west of Norwich, is the University of East Anglia. Further west, there is Thetford Forest Park. Here are some popular routes.

Cambridge to Tottenhill: The route from the University of Cambridge to Tottenhill offers a mix of interesting bends and fast straights. This route covers 39.1 miles. From the University, you have to take the northern road to Arbury and then A14. Soon you will reach a roundabout. From there, take the A10.  There on, it is pretty much a straight road.

Sometimes, there is heavy traffic on this route. But then you will also get many opportunities to pass the vehicles. Just keep a lookout for police cars; they haunt this route. Don’t go speeding or else they may catch you. If you are ready to go a bit further from Tottenhill, you can visit C&A Superbikes at King’s Lynn.

Fakenham to Mildenhall: Fakenham to Mildenhall is a 45.4 mile drive. There is an alternative route which is slightly longer, at 51.9 miles. The second route goes though Brisley and Necton. Both the routes meet at Swaffham from where the second route takes the A47, passing through Finchham, Bexwell, Southery and Kenny Hill.

The first route takes the A1065, going through Swaffham. At Mundford, it enters the famed Thetford Forest Park, passes through the outskirts of Thetford, and enters the A11 to reach Mildenhall.

There are a lot of trees on the way. As a result, visibility may suffer at some points. There is little police presence on the route. But this route was recently mentioned in RIDE magazine recently so we don’t know what where the situation stands now.

Norwich to Fakenham: This is a short route- just 25.4 miles through the A1067. If you want to go on a quick ride, this is the route for you. Be careful when you reach Lenwade because the cops are waiting there to catch unwary speedsters. The route actually gets better from Lenwade, whereon there is a good riding surface. But watch out for farm traffic. The route passes through Lenwade, Sparham, Foxley, Guist, Great Ryburgh.

Norwich to Burnham Deepdale: Burnham Deepdale is a small village on the North Norfolk coast. You can reach Fakenham and then from there, Burnham Deepdale is just half an hour or so. The full journey from Norwich to Burnham Deepdale covers 42.2 miles and will take an hour and a half. Burnham Deepdale is famous for its Deepdale Cafe. The place is welcoming of bikers.

Biking routes in Norwich

Biker friendly watering holes in Norwich

Deepdale Cafe: Deepdale cafe is not exactly in Norwich. It is near the northern coast, in the village of Burnham Deepdale. Deepdale Cafe is located in Dalegate Market, on the main road of the village. The place welcomes bikers and serves sandwiches, burgers and coffee. There’s even fuel for your bike. When you are done resting, visit the local shops.

The Contractors Canteen: Out-of-station bikers can visit The Contractors Canteen close to Sloughbottom Park in Norwich. The proper address is Unit 9, Mile Cross Business Center. The place is manned by some very down to earth guys, who are always ready to help an out-of-towner. The place serves all day breakfast. You can park your bike inside the huge car park. The place is ideally located close to the center of Norwich city. The canteen is open seven days a week, from 6.30 am to 3 pm.

Biker friendly accommodation in Norwich

The Swan Hotel: From the outside, Swan Hotel looks imposing but it welcomes bikers. The hotel gets bikers from all around, seeing how it is well connected to East Anglia, Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Ipswich. Single bed and breakfast begins from £60.00. Twin bed and breakfast is £85.00 for the room. The prices include the breakfast. Facilities at the hotel include bar, restaurant, phone, ironing, TV Lounge, color TV and tea and coffee making.

Whitwell & Reepham Station: Whitwell & Reepham Station also known as Whitwell station is an upcoming railway museum in Reepham. The place is 13.9 miles to the North of Norwich. Every Friday evening, there is a bike meet here, starting 5 pm. There is a bar facility here too. In summer, on the weekends, you will find up to 1200 bikes converging on this place sometimes. There is a camping ground nearby. You can stay there if you bring your camping gear.

Norwich has a fast growing biker scene. There are many biker friendly pubs and restaurants in the city and on the outskirts. Outstation bikers will find the city a revelation.

Biker friendly watering holes in Norwich
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