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4. Raad Daawheeyl

Type:Cycle Route

4. Raad Daawheeyl


Grade: Moderate

Distance: 40.5 miles

Start & Finish: Ramsey Queen Pier

A flat 40-mile tour of the Northern Plains, starting and finishing at Ramsey’s Victorian Iron Pier. 

From the Ramsey Queen's 2,241 foot iron Pier which is currently under restoration, make your way through Ramsey which takes its name from the Norse phrase wild garlic river and was the most convenient harbour to England, Scotland, Ireland and Scandinavia, invaded by Vikings and the Scots in its time. Explore the historic estates of Milntown as you ride out of Ramsey which displays an important collection of vintage cars and motorcycles.

Make your way past Andreas Church, through St Judes and around the Curraghs before cycling up the coast Road to Jurby which is a good stop for a refreshment. From here it’s a smooth journey passing a choice of nature reserves on remote countryside roads before reaching Bride and the turning point to the Point of Ayre.

From the Point of Ayre, make your way back into Ramsey and be sure to explore the high street which is known for its small independent boutiques and novelty gift shops. 

For a detailed GPX file of the route please click here.

Ramsey Queens Pier, Ramsey, Ramsey

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