Suffolk Fire Ride 2023- Routes

The 2023 routes comprise of two routes, a 35 mile route and a 75 mile route, which will be signed at junctions.  The short route uses parts of the longer ride allowing our riders to set out and return together from the same direction.  There is also an opportunity to take a welcome break at Brandon Fire Station for our riders undertaking our longer ride.  Either way, don’t spend too much time in the cafes along the way or at our stop, we have some refreshments ready for you at the finish!

Please note that routes are subject to change.

35 mile route route (Garmin Connect)

75 mile route file (Garmin Connect)

.GPX files can be downloaded by clicking on the three dots on the Garmin Connect site.  If you have problems loading the route using the links, please make sure you are using a supported browser, like Edge or Chrome.

Cycling in Suffolk – Most Active County

There are many excellent routes in Suffolk, with options ranging from sandy coastal areas, quiet forested lanes, pretty villages and also some hillier regions around Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk borders.

Suffolk has many independent cafes and cycle shops that welcome cyclists and work to keep everyone well fed and pedalling safely.

Suffolk is a popular destination for both the Women’s and Men’s Tour of Britain, and it is the aim of Suffolk County Council for Suffolk to be ‘Most Active County’.

Cycling is an inclusive sport, and the Suffolk Fire Ride is designed to appeal to all riders of all abilities.  Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service are proud to support Suffolk communities in ‘living safe and fulfilling lives’.