Blue Earth Summit is a breakthrough business conference inspired and powered by the outdoors. Join us in Bristol, 11-13 October 2022.
Blue Earth Summit planned a road ride.
July 29, 2022
Love hills? A popular site for Bristol grimpeurs, Dundry is a must, situated just to the south of the city with many different routes up.
Some are steeper, some a little more loose, all a challenge! Having said that, the views over the city from the top are absolutely spectacular, and make getting your… read more
Blue Earth Summit planned a gravel ride.
This is a really hilly loop that doesn't go far from Bristol but links up a lot of brilliant off-road segments from rocky byways to farm tracks, all connected by pretty, quiet back lanes.
The last part is straight back into Bristol city along the Bristol to Bath Path, which you may be glad of after the… read more
Heading out of the city of Bristol to the north-east, this short Tour takes in some of the closest byways and bridleways in the green belt, made easily accessible thanks to the Bristol to Bath Path, a traffic-free way out of the centre of the city.
The length, accessibility and easy nature of this Tour… read more
Blue Earth Summit planned a bike ride.
Fancy a trip to the seaside, and maybe even a dip? This Bristol classic route heads out west to the Severn estuary where you can see both the North Devon and South Wales coastlines.
Enjoy cycle paths on Festival Way and flat lanes on your way out to Clevedon Marine Lake, a pool filled by the tide where… read more
The northern half of the mega Bristol Green Belt 360 gravel loop, this still poses a chunky challenge.
The Tour will take you through fields, estates, back lanes and gravel tracks around the north of Bristol and straight through the middle of the city on cycle tracks and mountain bike trails.
There aren… read more
Blue Earth Summit planned a mountain bike ride.
Brought a mountain bike and looking for a way to let off steam? This lap of the blue-rated Nova trail at nearby Ashton Court is a great option, and easy to ride to from Central Bristol too.
The Ride Bristol volunteering team have been doing a lot of work recently to maintain the trails here, and it shows… read more
July 27, 2022
While there isn't a huge amount of elevation gain separating Cardiff and Bristol, there are a fair few gravel tracks as you track the south coast of Wales and cross the Severn Estuary that separates it from England.
Finish the Tour with views of the Avon Gorge from Clifton Downs before descending down… read more
Heading north from Devon's county capital to Bristol, this route takes in a mixture of paved lanes, cycleways and gravel tracks that'll be sure to add adventure to your ride.
Highlights include the National Trust's Killerton Estate parkland, the Grand Western and Bridgwater Canals and the Strawberry Line cycletrack.
A gorgeous road ride between Southampton and Bristol, you'll pass through the ancient settlements of Salisbury, Warminster and Bath on this route.
There are some great cycle paths along the way too, including one to get you out of Southampton and the Whitchurch Railway path to help you navigate into Bristol.