Cycle route network
The network of cycle routes is shown on a map and on information boards.
A brief word of explanation is in order for those of you who are cycling the cycle route network for the first time:
The nodes are the points where these cycling paths intersect. Each node in the network is numbered. You can use these nodes to map out a cycling itinerary. You decide for yourself how long you want the trip to be and where you want to go. Just have a brief look at the map before you set off. Make a list of the nodes you want to cycle through. Then add up the distances between the nodes and you'll know exactly how long your trip will be. If you've done your homework properly then all you'll need to do during the trip is keep an eye on the node numbers. The excellent signposting takes care of the rest! At the crossroads, forks and slip roads between the nodes there are rectangular signs with directional arrows and the number of the node you'll be riding towards. There are also signs that show when you're approaching a node.
Plan your cycle route