Cycle Routes Near Nagoya

With the Giro d’Italia already underway and the Grand Tours of France and Spain soon to come, you may be feeling inspired to get on your road bike and put some kilometers in your legs. However, living in the middle of the city you may feel like there is nowhere to go; we are hardly in the mountains of Nagano, after all. But with that said, there are still some decent routes to hit, especially if you get a little bit out of Nagoya. Below is by no means an exhaustive selection of rides – far from it – but they may give you a few ideas. And who knows, when you get out on the road, you might find like-minded people who will let you know even better ones. Speed Trials; Moricoro Park – 5km circuit Built for the 2005 World Expo, Moricoro Park is easily accessed from Nagoya and has a wide number of attractions. For riders, the key attraction is undoubtedly the cycling course. A 5km circuit with tight turns and hairpin bends, it is an ideal place to ride to test your speed and handling away from the city traffic. Gifu Hills; Ena-Nagoya 81km There are a few ways to get from Ena to Nagoya, and some have more climbing than others. But any way you go – as long as you keep off the main roads – you should be able to find rivers that wind through beautiful old towns, and at times fly through…
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Cycle Routes Near Nagoya
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Cycle Routes Near Nagoya

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