With the Sidlaw hills just outside Dundee, there is plenty going on, and available for all cycling tastes, road, track, time trial, mountain bike, cyclo cross and duathlons.

Dundee also has a green circular which provides a 26 mile route to cycle round the city with helpful signs pointing out places of interest along the way.

Dundee sits at the centre of many major cycling routes which lead out to the rest of Scotland. You can find out more at the Sustran website.

Green Circular - There is lots to see as you go round the Green Circular, it links major parks and many places of interest right through the city, from the country park at Camperdown, the waterfront at Broughty Ferry and the City Centre.

The route is signposted in both directions and follows the outskirts of the city, avoiding major roads where possible.

Bike and Go Dundee - Where bikes can be hired for £3.80 per day and kept for up to 72 hours. You can hire up to two bikes at a time – great for days out with friends.

Electrical Bikes Scotland - Electric Bikes Scotland specialises in electric bikes sale in the centre of Dundee.

 

River Tay

There is no better way to see the city and its wildlife than taking a trip along the famous River Tay. Numerous tour operators offer trips from March to September. Bottlenose dolphins and seals are regular visitors to the estuary, and the famous hump back whale still remains part of Dundee folklore...

Camperdown Park, Wildlife Centre & Historic House

Located on the northwest fringe of Dundee, Camperdown Country Park is open all year and offers a range of activities including woodland trails, 18 hole championship golf course, Pitch and Putt course, an adventure playground and Camperdown Wildlife Centre where you can see European brown bears,...