1 - 2 hours
Ride on two little known off road cycle paths and view a mix of significant historic transport sites, mixed with some havens of urban wildlife and tranquillity.
- Queen Square
- This section of the Brunel Mile was opened in early 2008 as part of the celebrations of 200 years since the birth of Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
- The original Temple Meads station immediately abuts the main road. This was built in 1840 by Brunel and is the oldest surviving railway terminus in the world.
- The St Philips Greenway is a haven for wildlife and tranquillity in the heart of the city.
- The former Brislington Depot of Bristol Tramways.
- Whitchurch Railway Path runs along the line of the former Bristol & North Somerset Railway. This line ran between Bristol andFrome, but closed in 1968.
- Horseworld is a charitable organisation that cares for neglected horses, ponies and donkeys. You can pay an entrance fee to have a look around and support the charity.
- Enjoy a well earned rest by at Dean Music Shop, which has a small cafe area within the shop
- The Stockwood Greenway runs through Stockwood Nature Reserve, which is a preserved area of old farmland.